Program Info

 

What is a CTE Consortium?

Career & Technical Education is provided to students in Wayne and Monroe counties by a consortium of all nine (9) public high schools working together to finance and offer CTE classes. Private school and home-schooled students are also welcomed. By sharing resources, high school students in any of the following school districts have the opportunity to enroll in a Career Tech program that is not offered through their high school.

 

The nine high school districts that make up the Downriver Career Technology CTE Consortium are:

·       Airport 

·       Flat Rock

·       Gibraltar

·       Grosse Ile

·       Huron

·       Riverview

·       Southgate

·       Trenton

·       Woodhaven

See the links to the left to view details for each CTE program offered.

 

How to get Started 

Students are encouraged to discuss and prioritize their CTE interests with their high school counselor as soon as possible, preferably no later than 10th grade, as most CTE programs are two-years in length, starting during the student’s junior year of high school.  

 

Career Expo and CTE Class Tours

Prospective students and parents can attend the annual CTE Career Expo to meet and talk with CTE teachers and counselors for CTE program information.  Additionally, CTE class tours days are offered for prospective students to visit a CTE class, typically held in the winter and coordinated through the student’s high school counselor.  More information can be found at:

 

Career Expo
 

CTE Class Tours

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