Calexico High School

Calexico High School

 

 

 

 

 

High school students register for CTE classes on their campus with their counselor or Guidance Technician. Home-schooled, private school, and out-of-district students may also enroll. 

Note: Classes meeting during the bell schedule are only open to high school students. 

Agriculture and Natural Resources | Arts, Media, and Entertainment | Education, Child Development, & Family Services

FashionHealth Science and Medical Terminology | Hospitality 

Information Communication Technologies | Manufacturing and Product Development |  Public Services

 Agriculture and Natural Resources

Ag. Biology

Ag. Environmental Science

Ag Mechanics

Ag. Systems Tech/Woodwork

Veterinary Science

 Arts, Media and Entertainment

Digital Video Production

 Education, Child Development, and Family Services

Pathway: Child Development

Careers with Children - Prerequisite: 1) Must have the Department of Justice fingerprinting and child abuse index clearance; and 2) Must take a test for tuberculosis clearance.  This course provides students with the skills necessary for entry-level jobs in child care occupations.  Instruction includes on-the-job experience in caring for infants, toddlers, preschool and school age children in various settings.  This course is articulated with Imperial Valley College. 

Family Living 

 Fashion

Clothing/Designs in Textiles

Interio Design

 Health Science and Medical Technology

Pathway: Health Care Administrative Services

Medical Office Assistant - This course trains students for medical office entry-level positions. Students learn medical office core topics including medical terminology, safety, work ethics, procedural diagnostic coding, universal claim form, problem solving, payroll, computerized appointment, and office administration. 

Medical Office Occupations - This course trains students for medical office entry-level positions. Students learn medical office core topics including medical terminology, basic human anatomy and physiology, safety, work ethics, procedural diagnostic coding, universal claim form, problem solving, payroll, computerized appointment, and office administration. Job skills are developed by a combination of classroom instruction and work based learning training. 

Medical Terminology - Students experience and explore careers in the health care field through guest speakers and are prepared for entry-level employment. Students learn the structure of the human body system, as well as terms related to the body system, radiology, pharmacology and surgery word parts and how to combine the parts to form medical terms.  Analyze, define, pronounce and spell medical terms. 

 Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation

Pathway: Food Service and Hospitality

Food & Nutrition

Food Technology - This course is designed to develop entry-level skills for employment in the food service industry.  Instruction includes kitchen safety, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Sanitation, hands-on food preparation, restaurant servers, recipe conversion and various methods of cooking. 

 Information and Communication Technologies

Pathway: Networking

Computer Applications

Computer Repair - This course prepares students to learn to operate, repair maintain, and upgrade computer equipment, as well as, different electronic components. The course provides an introduction to networking connectivity. Students prepare to take the A+ Certification examination.

 Manufacturing 

Welding

 Public Service

Pathway: Public Safety

Law Enforcement Training - This course, provides classroom instruction and hands-on training in the area of police organization, criminal law, patrol procedures, traffic enforcement, report writing, criminal investigations, juvenile law, narcotics and dangerous drugs, special services theories of criminology, special police enforcement, disaster control measures, self-defense, jail operations, security officer training, police weapons, firearms, baton, weapons and chemical agents, crime victims/witnesses, career development, reading, community relations, attitudes and behavior. This course is articulated with Imperial Valley College. 

 

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