A CTE pathway is a sequence of courses (300 hours or more), within a specific industry sector and career pathway, that prepares students for post-secondary options in that field. Students that successfully complete all courses in the proper sequence and graduate from high school are considered CTE pathway completers and receive a CTE Medallion to wear at graduation.
These pathways are focused on industry-leading fields such as business, health care, information technology, advanced manufacturing, hospitality and management, and many more.
To learn more about the CTE pathways offered in NMUSD high schools please check out the video links below and/or visit our pathway pages linked in the navigation bar to the left.
Lisa Snowden, M.Ed.
Coordinator II, Work-based Learning