Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is committed to providing students with access to education and training that will promote economic prosperity after highschool by ensuring students are prepared for college and careers.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) is an essential part of this mission because it allows students to get a head start on preparing for the workforce, making them more competitive for both college and employment after graduation.
Each of the district’s CTE programs emphasize the development of students who are both college and career bound by allowing students to apply learning from content area classes such as Language Arts and Mathematics to real world problems. These courses serve to develop interpersonal skills such as collaboration and communication through industry focused projects and activities. CTE teachers also emphasize entrepreneurial skills in all programs. Students develop employability skills by gaining experience with industry standard equipment and technology.
Seminole County Public Schools offers high school programs designed to help students explore a wide variety of career opportunities. Click below to learn more.