Career and Technical Education programs in Box Elder School District provide opportunities for students to find relevance in their learning, support their career development, and leave high school with skills that will lead them to a high wage/high demand occupation.
CTE offers 62 pathways in 8 areas of study. Students participate in training in a variety of settings and levels including intermediate, middle and high school programs with post-secondary options available through Bridgerland Applied Technical College.
Participation in Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO's) such as FFA, FBLA, FCCLA or Skills USA help students develop leadership and other interpersonal skills. Opportunities in work-based learning develops workplace readiness skills and increases employability.