Career and Technical Education

Douglas County School District offers a variety of Career & Technical Education (CTE) programming. Regional CTE programming is offered to ensure all high school students have access to quality educational programs emphasizing core academic content, Postsecondary & Workforce Readiness (PWR) competencies, technical skills, and seamless transition to further education or employment. CTE programming better prepares all students, including special populations, to meet the challenges of the workforce, economic development, and emerging occupations. 

State approved CTE programs are taught by Douglas County School District teachers who have received State CTE credentialing in their respective discipline and program. A list of CTE courses is available in each school’s Course Guide.
Students interested in regional CTE programs are required to meet with their high school Counselor to discuss CTE course information, requirements and availability, and to complete the District CTE Application process. 
*Students provide own transportation to CTE programs not offered within their home high school.

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Programming 

Castle View High School

Chaparral High School

Douglas County High School

Eagle Academy

Highlands Ranch High School

Legend High School

Mountain Vista High School

Plum Creek Academy

Ponderosa High School

Rock Canyon High School

ThunderRidge High School 

Sagewood Middle School
HOSA Student Photo

Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO)

CTSOs help students build leadership skills, promote positive work values, and reinforce the CTE curriculum. Student organizations include: Colorado Thespians, CyberPatriots, DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA, ProStart, (SC)2, SkillsUSA, and TSA. 

 


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