Issue 108
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Academies of Cleveland


The Cleveland Metropolitan School District is sharpening the focus of its five Career-Tech Education high schools, now operating under a new label - The Academies of Cleveland.
 
What’s unique about The Academies of Cleveland is that these 21st Century schools provide the same rigorous academic core of math, science, social studies and English, but do so through a lens that is highly personalized for students who desire careers in:
Academies of Cleveland
  • Animal Science
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business
  • Computer-aided Design
  • Computer Numerical Control Machining
  • Construction
  • Culinary Arts
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Science
  • Health Care
  • Horticulture and Landscape Design
  • Law & Public Safety
  • Plant Science
  • Programming & Software Development
  • Welding 
... and other careers and college majors, based on the students’ individual interests.
 
Experience the difference in The Academies of Cleveland:
  • Hands-on lessons where students work in teams to create products that demonstrate learning
  • Partnerships with businesses to solve real-world problems and to expose students to a multitude of careers and opportunities
  • Interaction with prospective employers who engage with students in the classroom and in field experiences at sites where the employers offer job shadowing and internships
  • Preparation for college and careers, with opportunities to earn college credits and industry certifications while still in high school
 
School Career Pathways
Garrett Morgan
Engineering
Biomedical
 
Jane Addams Business Careers Center
Accounting
Business Management
Culinary Arts
Hospitality
Marketing
Martin Luther King Jr. Campus
Allied Health: Dental Assistant
Allied Health: Nursing Assistant
Criminal Justice
Exercise Science and Sports Medicine
Fire/EMT
Max S. Hayes High School
Information Technology
Manufacturing and Engineering
Construction Technology
Automotive Technology
Diesel Technology
Washington Park Environmental Studies
Horticulture and Landscape Design
Industrial Power Technology
Animal Science and Management
 

Our Staff 


Katrina S. Myers, AOC Director
Joe Clark - Transformation Coordinator, Garrett Morgan
Shannon Powell - Transformation Coordinator, Jane Addams
Candace Williams - Transformation Coordinator, Martin Luther King, Jr. Campus
Gayle Thomas - Transformation Coordinator, Washington Park
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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