Career and Technical Education
CTE is split into 17 different career clusters that apply to different high-demand careers. First, CTE is focused on developing both professional and technical skills so students are better prepared to enter industry. Second, CTE incorporates learning from core curriculum into real world applications. This allows more hands-on opportunities for students to learn and practice skills. The programs are advised by business and industry to ensure the curriculum is REAL and RELEVANT for future employability. Many students have the opportunity to earn industry recognized certifications through their CTE classes that they can add to their resume and increase their employability. Explore what Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8 can offer your student so they are better prepared for the world of work!
Career and Technical Education Programs of Study
Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8 is committed to providing students for Post-Secondary and Workforce Readiness with industry standard skills. Currently FFC8 has Career and Technical Education Programs at Fountain-Fort Carson High School, Welte Education Center, Conrad Early Learning Center, and two off-site locations.
CTE Programs of Study
ACE (Alternative Cooperative Education)
Biomedical Sciences (Project Lead the Way)
DECA Business Marketing
Early Childhood Education
Engineering (Project Lead the Way)
Hair Styling/Hair Design
Career and Technical Education Contact
Did you know that 94% of students who participate in an internship graduate from high school? Are you or your business interested in collaborating with Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8's CTE programs? The Pikes Peak Business and Education Alliance is a collaboration of 13 of the 17 school districts within our region. This collaboration is developing work based learning opportunities for students to participate in apprenticeships, internships, job shadows, site visits, mentorships and more! If you are a student, parent, teacher, business/industry, or community member visit www.ppbea.org and develop your profile. This will allow you to create work based learning opportunities.
For more information, feel free to Contact Post-Secondary Workforce Readiness Coordinator Emily Sherwood