Career, Technical, & Agricultural Education (CTAE)
Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) provides academic skills and real-world experiences necessary to build fulfilling careers in the 21st Century and compete in the global marketplace. CTAE is a vital component of the total education of an individual and is available to every student in the Muscogee County School District. Our purpose is to equip these students with the fundamental academic, technical, and leadership skills they will need to be successful.
In CTAE programs and courses, students are prepared for post-secondary education and immediate employment after high school. CTAE students can earn nationally recognized certifications in many fields, allowing them to establish the credentials employers require before they graduate from high school. Through partnerships between education and industry, the CTAE curriculum will provide students with a solid foundation for their further education and future careers.
CTAE Vision Statement:
The CTAE Division will provide applied academic instruction so that students acquire technical skills and advanced training leading to successful transition into post-secondary education and careers in high-demand fields.
- If my child takes CTAE courses, can he/she still go to college?
- What is Youth Apprenticeship?
- What is an internship?
- Are job shadowing experiences important for my student?
- What are the benefits of students participating in Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs)?
- How are today's CTAE courses different from the old vocational courses?
Career, Technical & Agricultural Education
2960 Macon Road Columbus, GA 31906