Adams 12 Five Star Schools is proud to offer quality CTE programs that provide essential life and career skills for all high school students. Our students learn that their goals may be achieved through self-discipline and by making wise decisions now.

CTE programs within the Five Star District include:

  • Business/Marketing Education - Accounting, Advanced Computer Applications, Advanced Marketing, Advanced Media Productions, Advanced Web Design Java Programming I, AP Computer Science, Business Law, Business Management, Business Math with Algebra, Finance, Food and Beverage Management, HIRE Education, IB Business Management, International Marketing and Business, Management / Entrepreneurship, Introduction to Business, Introduction to Multimedia, Marketing, Marketing Strategies, Microsoft Office Specialist Certification, Visual Basic and Web Design
  • Family and Consumer Sciences - ACE 1 and II, Adult Living, Child Development, Creative Foods, Early Childhood Education, Fashion Design, Food Skills, Independent Living, Interior Design, International Marketing and Business, Nutrition and Wellness, ProStart, Relationships, School to Career I and II, Teacher Cadet I and II, Teen Parenting, World of Work
  • Medical Sciences - Medical Sciences I, Medical Sciences II/CNA, Medical Sciences II/EMS
  • Industrial - Aerospace Engineering (Project Lead the Way), Automotive Technology I and II, Carpentry, Home Improvement and Repair, Power Sports and Equipment Technology, Welding I and II
  • Technology - Applied Technology, Computer Aided Design, Graphic Design I and II, Introduction to Engineering (Project Lead the Way), Multimedia Technology, Principles of Engineering (Project Lead the Way), Video Production 

We offer the highest quality of training

We appreciate and celebrate that quality training improves the lives of all of our students and their future. Funding is available through district Career and Technical funds and Perkins Local Basic Grant funds to support the professional development of Career and Technical educators. Professional development opportunities/events must align with curriculum objectives and district standards.

Overall Goal/Outcome of CTE

Source: Colorado Community College System

To provide quality educational programs emphasizing core academic content, workplace competencies, and technical skills, and seamless transition to further education or employment and better prepare students to meet the challenges of the workforce and emerging occupations.

Mission of Career and Technical Education

Source: Colorado Community College System

To ensure student and local program success through leadership, collaboration, and a commitment to a shared vision and provide secondary and post-secondary students knowledge and skills for employment and/or transition to further education.

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