WHAT IS CTE?
Career and Technical Education (CTE) at Layton High provides our students with knowledge and skills in many different content areas including:
- Business & Marketing
- Family and Consumer Science
- Health Sciences
- Information Technology
- Skilled and Technical
- Tech and Engineering
These seven content areas are divided up into 13 Career Cluster Areas with relating Career Pathways. CTE Courses combine the academic knowledge and technical skills that are vital for entry into the careers of the 21st century and help students to seamlessly transition from high school to college to careers and life. Skills are verified through CTE State Skill Certificate tests or industry tests in each course. Many CTE courses also offer Concurrent Enrollment College credit.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF CTE?
CTE students have a higher graduation rate than non-CTE students. The CTE Skill Certificates students earn in their courses give them an edge on their resumes and applications. Check Out These Facts!
Jeremiah Allen - Skilled and Technical Sciences
Shadd Allsup - Skilled and Technical Sciences
Scott Applegate - Business and Marketing
Stacie Bateman - Information Technology
Darin Beardall - Technology and Engineering
Kelsey Bernards - Family and Consumer Sciences
Susan Bingham - Family and Consumer Sciences
Haley Bryson - Health Sciences
Marc Curtis- Skilled and Technical Sciences
Robert Ferneau - Health Sciences
Erin Halbasch- Family and Consumer Sciences
Samantha Harris - Family and Consumer Sciences
Ryan Mendenhall - Skilled and Technical Sciences
Cicily Moss - Business and Marketing
Barbara Munns - Family and Consumer Sciences
Terry Rawley - Early Childhood Training Center Director
Stephen Richards - Technology and Engineering
Steve Petersen - Family and Consumer Sciences
Eric Scholer- Information Technology
Robert Shaffer - Business and Marketing
Corey Spencer - Skilled and Technical Sciences
Tiffany Taurone - Business and Marketing