Career-Technical Education (CTE)
Career-Technical Education (CTE) gives high school students the unique opportunity to get a head start on preparing for college and careers.
Students will learn how core school subjects like math, science and writing are used in real-life. As a CTE student you have the unique opportunity to participate in hands-on training in your chosen pathway taught by seasoned professionals in the field while gaining real work experience through various field experiences such as job shadowing or internships to name a few.
Many programs offer you the opportunity to earn college credit or industry recognized credentials.
February is National Career Tech Education Month!
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Career-Technical Education in the News
Former CMSD school now gateway to manufacturing (Photo gallery)
MAGNET'S Manufacturing Innovation, Technology and Job Center will foster growth in the region's manufacturing sector while introducing CMSD students to career possibilities in the industry.
New home for Culinary Arts under construction at East Tech
1/31/22 - The new Executive Grille is set to open next fall. East Tech’s pool and part of a locker room will be transformed into the restaurant and classrooms for the Cleveland Culinary Arts program.
PACE to help students find their career paths (Photo gallery)
11/15/2021 -- CMSD is kicking off a major new program that will get students thinking about careers at a young age and later guide them as they plan futures and gain workplace experience.
Max Hayes students restore cherished car for Amanda Berry
7/19/2021 -- A childhood dream came true for Amanda Berry this week when she received the keys to her grandfather’s car. About 50 students from CMSD’s Max S. Hayes High School worked to restore the 1986 Monte Carlo SS, starting in 2019.
Career tech students happy to get back to hands-on work (Video)
6/2/2021 -- For most of the school year, students at Max S. Hayes High School could only talk about skills like welding, precision machining and mechanics. That changed in March when the District switched from remote to hybrid learning.
Ginn center will prepare students, adults for college and career
2/12/2020 -- Ginn Academy will add a center where students, alumni, their families and even the community can take online assessments of their interests and aptitudes, train for jobs and apply or plan for postsecondary education.
8th-graders build motorcycles, try out Max Hayes
2/5/2020 -- Once a week, eighth-graders from across the District travel to Max S. Hayes High School and work in teams to rebuild motorcycles. Whether they realize it or not, they are also trying out Max Hayes.
5 schools honored for diversity in computer science
1/29/2020 -- According to the College Board, 20,000 institutions worldwide offer Advanced Placement courses. Only 818 schools in the in the world – and just 17 in Ohio -- earned the award.