Career and technical education (CTE) prepares youth for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill and high-demand careers. CTE offers unique opportunity to engage students in an enormous variety of subjects, incorporating academic, creative and technical skills, with the specific goal of preparing students for life after high school. With CTE, students gain knowledge, attitude and skills to succeed.
CTE programs at Rosamond High School Early College Class are constantly evolving to meet the needs of our students, the economy, our community, and the latest college and career readiness requirements.
Thank you so much to Northrop Grumman for helping our manufacturing classes.
What is Career & Technical Education?
CTE is high school classes and programs that prepare students by teaching skills and knowledge for lifelong success. Students receive a career prep education as well as technical skills that allow them
to graduate from high school with more than a high school diploma.
Who Takes CTE classes?
- Want to have hands-on experiences in future major career fields
- Need skills to pay for college expenses
- Want well paying jobs
- Want a head start with work -based learning
- Doing career exploration
- Want skills to be more successful in college
Why should students enroll in CTE?
- Students can earn industry certificates
- Certificate of Completion
- Summer Internships
- Job Shadowing
- College Credit
Pathways available at RHECC
- Anatomy, Physiology, Patient Care
Welding- Articulated with AVC
- Welding 1 & 2
Manufacturing- Articulated with AVC
- Manufacturing 1 & 2
Construction- Aligned with Construction Union
- Construction 1 & 2
Automotive- Jr. ASE Certificate
- Auto 1 & 2
Digital Media- Articlated with AVC
- Digital Media
- Video Production
- Animal Science