Enrollment available for grades 10-12.
Credit earned: 2 Carnegie units per year Mississippi Cooperative Education 2.5 Carnegie units. All classes offer 1st and 2nd year programs. To ensure that the students receives the necessary training these programs are designed for students to complete two years of instruction.
Program of Studies
CAREER TECHNOLOGY CLUBS
DECA - consists of students enrolled in marketing programs. Develops leadership abilities, assists student in establishing realistic employment goals, promotes high ethical standards and strengthens relationships among students, teachers, parents and the business community.
FCCLA - Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America consists of students enrolled in family & consumer science programs. The organization's goal is to help students assume their roles in society through personal growth, family life experiences, career preparation and community involvement.
FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America consists of students enrolled in business computer & technology program. Develops leadership abilities, assists students in establishing realistic employment goals, promotes high ethical standards and develops better relationships among students, teachers, parents and the business community.
HOSA - Provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition exclusively for secondary, post-secondary students enrolled in health occupations education programs. HOSA is 100% health care!
SKILLS USA - Skills USA consists of students who are enrolled in trade and industrial programs. Skills USA promotes safety, leadership abilities, and a general awareness of the work that students perform in trade and industrial education.
NTHS - The leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career technical education.
TSA - Open to students who are enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA is composed of over 100,000 elementary, middle, and high school students in 2000 schools spanning 45 states. TSA is supported by educators, parents, and business leaders who believe in the need of technologically literate society.