Prep Initiatives and Career Programs
THE BEST WAY TO PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE
is to keep as many options open as possible.
Whether you want to go to college, focus on a specific
skill at a technical school, or go to work after graduation
. participating in a career-focused program can put you in
a position to try all of these options.
Eleven different career programs and 14 college tech
prep initiatives (see left side of this page for all programs)
are offered in the high schools served by the Six District
Educational Compact. Students
spend a half-day in the career program and a half-day in academic
classes at their schools. Transportation is provided. Click
for an overview of all programs.
you should choose a career program.Career programs combine academic skills with
a real life context for learning and include authentic experiences.
The occupational curriculum is based on input from business
and industry to include specific technical skills and knowledge
needed to prepare for further education and/or careers in
current or emerging employment sectors