Certain CTE courses qualify for dual enrollment, and will allow students to earn both HS and college credit simultaneously. In order to take these courses students may need to meet the college requirements for taking the courses (usually pass the college reading assessment). In addition if they would like to earn college credit, they will need to enroll in Central Arizona College, and will need to pay the college tuition for the course directly to the college. For a detailed list of which of these courses qualify for college credit and to see the requirements to get this credit, contact a Guidance Counselor or the District Career and Technical Education Coordinator.
Current program offerings:
Create and design the latest in gourmet cuisine for the ultimate experience in dining events and competitions. Manage a professional kitchen and restaurant using advanced culinary and food service industry techniques. Work alongside professional chefs, bakers, cake decorators, and restaurant managers.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Experience the joy of working with young children in a full service preschool. Create amazing activities that promote the healthy development of young children while working with preschool professionals. Research and design a safe and healthy preschool environment for children to grow.