Career and Technical Education
Career and technical education, or CTE, is education that directly prepares students for high-wage, high-skill and high-demand careers. Students enrolled in our CTE course acquire skills that prepare them for successful career entry, advancement, and/or continuing education. Rochester Community Schools offers 11 CTE approved programs, 5 CTE credentials, and 9 career and technical student organizations.
Rochester Community Schools offers 11 CTE state-approved programs. Visit the course catalog to learn about all of our CTE courses.
Four Components of CTE
Students enrolled in state-approved secondary career and technical education (CTE) programs have an opportunity to acquire skills that prepare them for successful career entry, advancement, and/or continuing education. Click here to learn more about four key components integrated into our programs.
Career Technical Student Organizations
A Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) is a student leadership organization that provides an excellent framework for developing leadership skills.
Meet the team of teachers and administrators who support Career and Technical Education (CTE) and Career Focused Education (CFE) K-12 at Rochester Community Schools.
Rochester Community Schools is proud to offer a robust robotics program K-12 grade.
CTE & CFE Overview
An easily downloadable overview of the CTE and CFE programs at RCS.
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