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Congratulations to our CTHS Class of 2021!!Welcome to CTHS!!Check out our "360 Degree Virtual Tour"
CTHS Robotics Team "The Cyberian Tigers" are your 2021 First Tech Challenge State Champions! Team members include Brody Miller, Delano Horner, Glenda Root, Riley Ames, and Joy Lomelino.
Our young rookie team "The Tech Tigers" also did well and will be a strong competitor next season. Team members include Ian Hangartner, Gunnar Kelly, Declan Horner, Austin Boyd, Adam Wargo, Daniel Earns, and Armondo Figueroa.
Coached by community members John and Gerrie Deal, and engineering teacher Chad Finch.
Check out the YouTube Video links below to see our robot squad in action and a compilation of all the robots around the state. Follow us on Facebook https://facebook.com/CTHSRoboticsAlaska.org to see community outreach projects the students have been working on all year.OUR STORYOpened in 2007, Career Tech High School is a comprehensive high school which focuses on career readiness, technical skills, and college preparedness.
Just as college students choose a major, Tech students choose a career pathway, which means they will take pathway electives where they explore the various jobs that relate to their professions of interest.
Students select from one of our eight pathways: Building, Business, Fitness, Human Services, Health, Natural Resources, Tourism, and Transportation. As students explore pathway careers, they can change pathways at any time, just as a college student would change majors, although without the cost.
From bookkeeping and accounting to web design and computer networking in our business pathway, or computer drafting and pre-engineering to interior design and home construction in our building pathway, students experience practical, hands-on activities that shows them each pathway’s art and skill.
An application school, Career Tech places a high priority on civic responsibility, professionalism, and customer service. Consequently, our students meet a high standard for both academics and behavior, a high standard that is reflected in our 98.67% graduation rate, our AdvancedEd accreditation, and our recent 5-star ASPI rating as a Highest Performing School from the Alaska Department of Education. CTHS was also awarded from the Department of Education in Washington DC the 2015 Blue Ribbon, School of Excellence, award.
Career Tech does not offer sports (although students can participate in sports at their home high schools), or other common popular electives; our electives revolve around career exploration and employability.Mat-Su Career & Technical High School2015 National Blue Ribbon School of ExcellenceLearning Today, Leading Tomorrow Interested in MatSu Career & Technical High School?Career Tech is about helping young people figure out what they want to do after high school while they are still in high school. To help students make these decisions, we base our courses, as much as possible, on industry standards. We are continually asking our business partners what they want to see our students familiar with and fluent in—and our curriculum responds very quickly to such industry advice.
McCool Carlson Green worked collaboratively with the school Building Design Committee to refine the spatial needs and develop a range of design options to add 33,000 square feet of building to the existing Career & Technical High School. CTE Programs of Studies (CTEPS) Each Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathway offers career-minded students an opportunity to explore and prepare for a career. Career and Technical Education Programs of Studies (CTEPS) provide suggested courses to take in high school. Students and parents can use these CTEPS to guide their decision making about what courses to take in high school.
Heading off to college soon? The national average for college tuition is 13% higher in 2016 than it was 5 years ago. Follow the link below for a comprehensive list of scholarships and financial aid for students who wish to continue their education after high school.Click HERE for more details.