• Middle School Courses

    Career and Technical Education (CTE) offers an opportunity for students to learn skills they may use in high school, in college, in a career after graduation, and/or as a financial means to help further their education.  CTE blends academics and career preparation to produce well-rounded graduates ready for the opportunities of the world.  The following courses may not be offered at all campuses.  Please see the school counselor for more information.

  • Computer Science

    Engineering and Technology

    Investigating Audio Visual, Arts, and Communications
    Course Number 7th grade: 70915B
    Course Number 8th grade: 80915B
    Grade: 7 - 8
    Credit: 0.5

    Course Number 7th:  70915B
    Course Number 8th:  80915B 7
    Course Name:  Investigating Audio Visual, Arts, and Communications
    Credit: 0.5
    Grade: 7 - 8
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Exploring Information and Computer Technology
    Course Number 7th grade: 70900B
    Course Number 8th grade: 80900B
    Grade: 7 - 8
    Credit: 0.5

    Course Number 7th:  70900B
    Course Number 8th:  80900B 7
    Course Name:  Exploring Information and Computer Technology
    Credit: 0.5
    Grade: 7 - 8
    Prerequisite(s): None

    Family and Consumer Science

    Skills and Career Readiness
    Course Number 7th grade: 70850B
    Course Number 8th grade: 80850B
    Grade: 7 - 8
    Credit: 0.5

    Course Number 7th:  70850B
    Course Number 8th:  80850B 7
    Course Name:  Skills and Career Readiness
    Credit: 0.5
    Grade: 7 - 8
    Prerequisite(s): None

    This CTE course is designed to encourage students to start the process of becoming career ready. They will complete personal assessments, explore career clusters, and develop skills for personal, academic, and professional success. Students will research and create a presentation on a career that aligns with their interests.Students will learn and utilize effective employability skills such as teamwork, problem solving, time management, plus goal setting. Labs put the previously mentioned skills into action while teaching quality food preparation and nutrition. The design and construction unit stresses basic hand and machine sewing skills ending with a machine sewn project.Wise consumer principles and elements of design are also incorporated. Students will gain skills for becoming self-reliant and career ready.

    Life and College Readiness
    Course Number 7th grade: 70840B
    Course Number 8th grade: 80840B
    Grade: 7 - 8
    Credit: 0.5

    Course Number 7th:  70840B
    Course Number 8th:  80840B 7
    Course Name:  Life and College Readiness
    Credit: 0.5
    Grade: 7 - 8
    Prerequisite(s): None (Skills and Career Readiness is recommended, but not required)

    This CTE course is designed to encourage students to start the process of becoming career ready. They will complete personal assessments, explore career clusters, and develop skills for personal, academic, and professional success.Students will research and create a presentation on a career that aligns with their interests. Students will learn and utilize effective employability skills such as teamwork, problem solving, time management, plus goal setting. Labs put the previously mentioned skills into action while teaching quality food preparation and nutrition.The design and construction unit stresses basic hand and machine sewing skills ending with a machine sewn project. Wise consumer principles and elements of design are also incorporated. Students will gain skills for becoming self-reliant and career ready.