CTE Career Pathways at Woods Cross High School
What are CTE Pathways?
A pathway is a roadmap or series of courses in an area of study to help prepare a student for a career in that area. Students who focus on a pathway acquire the skills to transition smoothly into their post-high school education or job. Career and Technical Education has Career Pathways that are organized into Career Clusters. Each pathway within a cluster is structured to make it easier to see which courses are relevant to certain career areas to assist in your high school course planning.
- Complete a series of courses in one or more of the USBE CTE Pathways. Most pathways requires completion of at least three credits; generally two in foundation courses, and one in elective courses.
- Complete all high school graduation requirements.
- No application necessary. Completers determined by the CTE Coordinator.
- Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
- Arts, Audio/Visual Technology & Communications
- Business, Finance, and Marketing
- Computer Science and Information Technology
- Education and Training
- Engineering and Technology
- Health Science
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security
- Manufacturing and Welding
- Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
Click on the link below to see the pathways available taking courses at Woods Cross High School or that can be completed by taking a course or two at other Davis District magnet schools. (Please note that if you are a transfer student, courses taken at previous schools may count toward a pathway.)