Profile of a CTEHS Student
Take advantage of work-based learning opportunities.
- Take advantage and earn industry credentials/certifications.
- Participate in CTSOs for his/her respective program of study.
- Take advantage of postsecondary credit opportunities.
- Maintains a professional appearance by adhering to the school’s business casual dress code.
- Maintains satisfactory attendance, academic and discipline expectations.
- Complete complex-based projects that simulate real world applications; students must use skills
specific to the industry in a lab or in a classroom setting.
- View himself/herself as a professional, preparing for his/her chosen postsecondary pathway.
- Demonstrate “soft” skills appropriate to the professional environment of her/his CTE program of study.
- Correctly use the mathematical concepts and computations required by his/her CTE course or program of study.
- Demonstrate safety and understand the reasoning and rationale behind safety practices related to his/her CTE program of study.
- Use industry appropriate technology to demonstrate his/her knowledge content and its practical uses in a professional setting.
- Take part in a team that models what professional teams look like and how they operate.
- Communicate clearly and precisely on content through oral presentations and written work, including project write-ups, research papers and presentations.