What are CTE Pathways?

A CTE Pathway is a method of searching for a career that
fits a student’s interests and lifestyle, and allows him
or her to build academic courses around it.

 

Garrett Johns

Garrett will be completing a Commercial
Photography Pathway this year at
American Fork High School.

 

Elizabeth Jeppesen

Elizabeth is a senior at Westlake High School
and her passion is Culinary Arts.

 

Sydney Syme

Sydney is a senior at Pleasant Grove
High School who is currently following
the nursing pathway.

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Welcome to Alpine School District CTE

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Through competency-based instruction, hands-on experiences, and work-based learning opportunities, Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides all students with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to prepare for a successful career. The structured training each student receives gives him or her the tools needed to be successful in a career after high school and/or further his or her postsecondary education, whether at a technical school, or a two- or four-year college. Each student is encouraged to explore various areas of study and to develop the competencies that are necessary to enter today’s competitive job market with confidence.

CONTACT

801.610.8451
801.610.8440
8am–5pm

CONTACT US

We have top-notch professionals ready to answer any questions you might have, including CTE Admin, Program Area Specialists, and CTE Coordinators. Click the link below to see our full directory of personnel with their contact information.

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AREAS OF STUDY

A CTE Pathway is a method of searching for a career that fits a student’s interests and lifestyle, and allows him or her to build academic courses around it. In Utah, there are over 50 Pathways within the seven areas of study.

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DOCUMENTS

Also known as our “Coordinator’s Corner,” we have many handy documents ready for your use, including Conference Authorization Forms, CTSO/Extended Hour Forms, Work-Based Learning Forms, and other helpful documents.

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