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CTE Evening High School

Overview

SQ-student-using-bandsaw.jpgCTE Evening High School will provide industry-related employment for students during the day with instructional support in the evening.

Requirements to Enroll and Complete Program: Be in good academic standing with an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher.

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Did You Know?

  • 1/3 of CTE Students can earn college credit and/or industry certification through CTE1
  • CTE Graduates earn significantly more than those who majored in academic fields2
  • 6 in 10 Students plan to pursue a career related to the CTE area they explored in high school.3
  • CTE Graduates with technical or applied science associates degrees out-earn bachelor’s degree holders by $11,000.4

The Criteria for Eligibility

  • Current 10th grader/rising 11th grader
  • Completed at least 13 credits (up to date in courses at the end of the 10th grade school year)
  • Required course completion by the end of the 10th grade school year: 2 Eng, 2 Math, 2 Science, 2 SS, PE, Health, FoT & Fine Art. (Students must have passed all listed courses by the end of 10th grade in order to be considered for a CTE program).

Academic Offerings

  • Program Offerings: Carpentry, Culinary Arts, Nursing Assistant (CNA only)
  • Core Course: English, Math, Social Studies, Science
  • Full Online Courses: Social Studies and Science for Carpentry students

Credentialing

Upon the passing of the technical skills exams, meeting program requirements and earning a high school diploma, students will receive the following industry recognized credentials:

  • Certified Nursing Assistant - Maryland Board of Nurses Certified Nursing Assistant certificate
  • Certified Junior Culinarian - American Culinary Federation
  • Carpentry - National Center for Construction Education and Research certification

Location & Hours

  • Bladensburg High School
  • School Hours: Monday - Thursday, from 4:45PM - 9:30 PM

CTE Evening High School Application

1 Source: My College Options®/ACTE research study (2016). National sample includes 40,192 high school CTE students., 2 Jacobson and Mokher, Florida Study of Career and Technical Education, 2014, as cited in the 2014 National Assessment of CTE Final Report, 3 NRCCUA® and ACTE 2016, 4 Schneider 2013, College Measures