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CTAE Pathway

  1. 1. Work-Based LearningEtowah High School’s Work-Based Learning (WBL) Program is aneducational opportunity that prepares students for the transitionfrom school to career. WBL students have the opportunity to obtainexperience and skills in a workplace setting, wherein they begin de-veloping their career pathway while still in high school. WBL stu-dents receive early release from school and can potentially earn Career, Technical and Agriculturalfrom 1/2 to 2 Carnegie units of elective credit a semester. To qualify Educationfor the WBL Program, a student must be at least 16 years old, a jun-ior or senior, and have an identified career objective. Other criteriainclude maintaining a 3.0 GPA, being on track for graduation andtaking or have taken an elective class related to the career objective. CTSO– Career & Technical Student Organizations Many Student organizations are offered in conjunction with each Pathway as a means for students to supplement their career Career Pathways education by preparing for premier leadership, personal growth Nutrition and Food Science and career success. Change your future—join one today! Veterinary Science Plant Science and Horticulture Computer Programming Construction (Masonry, Plumbing, Electrical & Carpentry) Transportation and Logistical Support Broadcast Video Production AFJROTC Architecture, Engineering and Design Engineering, Graphics and Design Law and Justice For more information on CTAE courses and clubs, please visit: http://www.tinyurl.com/ehs-ctae
  2. 2. Nutrition and Food Science Pathway Architectural Drawing and Design PathwayFood, Nutrition and Wellness Introduction to Engineering Drawing and DesignNutrition Through the Lifespan* Architectural Drawing and Design 1Food Science * Architectural Drawing and Design 2Construction Pathway AFJROTCOccupational Safety and Fundamentals (1st Course) Aerospace Science: Aviation History Leadership 1Introduction to Construction (2nd Course) Aerospace Science: Science of Flight/Leadership 2Choose one concentration area: Aerospace Science: Global/Cultural StudiesMasonry I & II, Electrical, I & II Aerospace Science: Astronomy/LeadershipCarpentry I & II or Plumbing I & II CoursesBroadcast Video Production Pathway Law and Justice PathwayBroadcast Video Productions 1 Introduction to Law and JusticeBroadcast Video Production 2 Law, Community, Response and PolicingBroadcast Video Production 3 Criminal Investigations and ForensicsBroadcast Video Productions Applications 4Computing Pathway Veterinary Science PathwayComputing in the Modern World Basic Agricultural ScienceBeginning Programming Small Animal CareIntermediate Programming Veterinary Science* meets 4th scienceAdvanced Placement Computer Science High School graduation requirements ONLYEngineering, Graphics and Design Pathway Plant Science and Horticulture PathwayIntroduction to Engineering Drawing and Design Basic Agricultural ScienceSurvey of Engineering Drawing and Design General Horticulture and Plant Science *3D Modeling and Analysis Nursery and LandscapeTransportation and Logistical Support Pathway Additional CTAE Elective courses (Non-Pathway)Foundations of Transportation and Logistics Floriculture Production & Management (Floral Design)Electrical/Electronic System and Design Engine Performance and MaintenanceChassis System and Design Interior Design *These courses count as a 4th science and are Board of Regents approved for the Georgia College and University System