Arts, Media and Entertainment Pathway

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Photo - Steve George

 

Digital Art - Heather Rust

 

Multi Media - Al Guerra

 

TV/Film - Daniel Farias

Granite Hills News Network

 
 
 
 

Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation Pathway

Culinary Arts - Students Cooking

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Click HERE to view the Program of Study

Culinary Arts - Jill Enright

Instagram - @ghhsculinaryarts

 
 
 

Health Science & Medical Technology Pathway

Sports Medicine - Katherine Leek

 
 
 
 
 

Health Career Pathway (Non-CTE)

 
 

Medical Pathway - Dena Hirt

Instagram - @ghhsmedicalpathway

 

Why Choose Career & Technical Education?

  • Because 90% of high school graduates say they wish they had more real world experiences in high school, and CTE pathways are built around hand-on, real-world, project-based learning.

  • Because more than 85% of CTE students are planning to continue their education after high school, and being in a CTE pathway helps students focus their post-secondary plans which means they are more likely to earn a degree.

  • More than 1/3 of CTE students can receive early college credit for completing a CTE pathway, which not only helps to save money, it better prepares high school students for the rigor of college coursework.

  • Because CTE pathway completers are college bound and career ready!

5 Things to Know About Career and Technical Education (CTE)

CTE Supports Academics

  • Many of GUHSD's CTE coourses are articulated with courses offered by the Gorssmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, which allows students to earn early college credit while still in high school.
 
  • Many of GUHSD's CTE classes are approved for UC "a-g" credit. All CTE classes earn elective credit, and some also meet specific subject graduation requirements.
 
  • GUHSD's CTE curricula is aligned with the California Academic and the Model CTE Curriculum Standards and supports the core academic areas wherever possible.
 
  • Some CTE students have the opportunity to participate in student competitions and win awards.
 
  • CTE classes offer applied learning of academics supporting all learning styles.
 
  • GUHSD's CTE classrooms, labs, and workshops are furnished with up-to-date, industry standard, equipment and materials.
 
  • CTE teachers are fully credentialed by the State Department of Education and have business and/or industry experience in the field in which they are teaching.
 
To enroll your child in a CTE Pathway, speak with your student's high school counselor.