CTE in Twenty Seconds

  • A generation ago, we knew it as vocational education or skilled trades training
  • Finances and logistics have removed most local schools’ ability to offer it; CTE fills that void
  • It’s offered to juniors and seniors at high schools in Beaverton, Clare, Farwell, Gladwin and Harrison
  • Students get an opportunity to explore many diverse career fields
  • Students learn valuable professional and personal skills that help prepare them for life after high school, whether it’s in college, the workforce or both

CTE Success Stories

THE REST OF THE STORY - You might remember our story about the work CTE Construction Trades students were doing to build a house in Gladwin earlier in the year. (If not, read it here or watch the video here.) Well, the school year's over and we've got an update.

CTE Criminal Justice Mock Trial

CTE's Construction Trades students are in the midst of an ambitious year-long project - building a house from start to finish.
CTE's Automotive Technology students are working on a year-long project: The complete restoration of a 1986 Chevrolet K10 pickup truck. Today, they decided to fire it up.
CTE Culinary Arts students Harley Hakes and Lydia Gervase combined their catering expertise with their love of animals to make a difference in their community. This is their story.
Instructor Josh Myers demonstrates a huge safety mechanism in the program's table saws - the SawStop.
Why it matters.
Clare-Gladwin CTE's Culinary Arts class is profiled.
Clare-Gladwin's Automotive Technology class is profiled.
Profile of Clare-Gladwin CTE's Construction Trades program.

CTE Success Story: Jason Sanderson

The annual CTE Awards - Morning Session

The annual CTE Awards - Afternoon Session

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