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  • Career and Technical Education (CTE) includes training in high-wage, high-skill and high-demand jobs across 16 nationally-recognized career clusters. At Lubbock ISD, our CTE programs include over 100 high school courses focused on hands-on learning, practical skills and work-based learning experiences and student internships. CTE education supports student success at all grade levels:

    • Elementary School: Career Awareness
    • Middle School: Career Planning
    • High School: Career Training

    Data indicates that students in CTE programs are more engaged, graduate at higher rates, earn industry-recognized credentials leading to sustainable employment, and help support local economies and workforce development pipelines. If you are looking for a course that teaches the academic and technical skills needed to succeed in your future career, come join us at CTE!

  • Department Contacts for CTE
  • Forms and Documents
  • Earning College Credit
  • Career Planning Resources
  • Industry Certifications
  • Byron Martin ATC Center
  • Photo Gallery
  • Programs By Cluster Area
  • Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO)