Career and Technical Education

There are many different elective choices that a student can take a Creekview. Many of these electives fall into the Career and Technology Department. For more information, please visit any or all of the career pages below.

Agricultural Science
Architecture Drawing & Design
Army JROTC
Broadcast Video Production
Business & Computer Science
Engineering & Technology
Family & Consumer Science
Graphic Design
Healthcare Sciences
Law & Justice
Marketing
Work-Based Learning

Career Pathways

Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Pathways – a graduate who completes a series of three or four specified courses in a CTAE approved pathway leading to a possible industry-recognized credential. When a student has completed their third year of a path of study, they are required to take an End of Pathway Test (EOPT) which will enable them to receive additional recognition at state, local , or school levels.

At Creekview, CAREER AND TECHNICAL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS (CTSO) play a vital role in preparing our students for the workplace, as well as becoming effective leaders within the classroom. Each Career Pathway has a CTSO which is a part of the State Curriculum and will be integrated within classroom activities.

Mission Statement

Career and Technical Education stresses integrating career guidance throughout the curriculum in all grades. This provides for career awareness, career exploration, and career management, goal setting and decision-making. Throughout the courses, core employability skills are integrated in the instructional course sequence of a given program.