Career Pathway Programs
North High School career technical education (CTE) courses provide students with the opportunity to explore potential career while developing modern and in-demand technical and soft skills needed to be successful in post-secondary college and/or career.
Students in grade nine through twelve receive counseling from school personnel regarding academic and career paths and courses of study. During their sophomore year, students meet with the counselors to discuss their four year academic plan and are introduced to North High School’s career technical education pathway programs; the counselors meet at least one a year with each student to follow-up on their progress in meeting graduation requirements and career objectives.
All career and technical education (CTE) courses comply with state adopted content standards and are integrated into the student’s four year acadmic plan as elective courses. North High School offers the following programs that promote leadership, develop job-related skills, provide on-the-job experience, and increase interest in school, as well as college and careers.
CTE courses offered at North High School
CTE courses offered through the Southern California Regional Occupation Center (SCROC)
North's career technical education pathway courses reflect the following industry pathways:
- Arts, Media & Entertainment Industry
- Production Arts (TV & Video Production)
- Performing Arts (Theatre)
- Building & Construction Trades (Wood Shop)
- Health Science & Medical Technology (Biomedical Science & Athletic Training)
North High School is proud to offer Engineering and Health Science/Biomedical Science curriculum designed by Project Lead the Way, a innovative national Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathmatics (STEM) initiative.