Career Technical Education
Career-technical education provides students the academic and technical skills, knowledge, and training to succeed in a career, college, and life.
Career-students have the opportunity to:
- Learn through hands-on projects and experiences
- Earn a scholarship to Sinclair Community College
- Earn college credits while in high school
- Earn industry-recognized credentials
- Begin a career and/or attend college or technical school after high school
View our Career Technical Education opportunities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do students go to attend a career-tech program?
Ponitz and Meadowdale have the most choices. Belmont and Stivers have limited offerings.
Can CTE students go to college?
Yes, CTE graduates have the same college opportunities as non-CTE graduates.
What about early college credit?
All DPS students may enroll in College Credit Plus. CTE students also have the opportunity to earn college credit at Sinclair Community College through their career-tech program.
I heard about a $3000 scholarship to Sinclair for Career Tech students. Is this true?
Yes! A $3000 scholarship to Sinclair is available to successful Tech Prep graduates through the Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium. Read all the details here: http://www.mvtechprep.org/index.cfm/resources/scholarship-awards/
How do we get more information about career-tech?
Students and parents should contact their high school counselor to learn more.