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Career and Technical Education
Career and Technical Education programs offer a sequence of courses that provides students with coherent and rigorous content. CTE content is aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in current or emerging professions.



Career & Technical Education (CTE) offers 14 different pathways for LHS students. Pathways offer certification opportunities.

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P-TECH stands for Pathways in Technology Early College High School. As part of the program, students can choose a career pathway and take courses that provide the academic, technical, and workplace skills that are attractive to employers. Students have the potential to earn up to 60 credit hours or an associate degree in four to six years, along with industry certificates for their selected career pathway — opportunities that can potentially lead to paid internships and job placement after graduation all while pursuing their high school diploma. Best of all, this opportunity comes tuition-free.

  • Are you interested in tuition-free college classes?

  • Would you welcome the opportunity to earn 60 hours of college credit, an industry certificate, and an associate's degree while attending high school

  • Could you see yourself pursuing on-the-job training in a technology pathway leading to well-paying career opportunities?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, a P-TECH program is the place for you. 






Career & Technical Education Career Clusters

Row 1 - Agriculture
Row 2 - Education & Training

Row 3 - Human Services
Row 4 - STEM

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Blake Thornton

Blake Thornton
CTE Coordinator
Livingston High School

EMAIL ME  |  936-328-8600 Ext 8041