Career Technical Education classes give you an opportunity to explore different career paths. These pathways are designed to guide you into possible post-secondary careers and you can also earn college credit while you're still in high school! Talk to your counselor or any of the teachers from the pathways that interest you for more information about how to join.
CISCO Networking Academy
*Earn Certifications. A-G College Prep Elective
The Cisco Networking Academy is a partnership between Cisco, education, business, government, and community organizations around the world. The academy curriculum centers on teaching students to design, build, and maintain computer networks. The Program prepares students for the 21st Century workplace, while serving as a valuable model for e-learning.
- CompTIA A+ Certification
- Cisco CCENT Certification
- UC A-G approved
- CyberPatriot Competition
Architectural Design Drafting
*A-G College Fine Art Course
The Architectural Design Pathway focuses on historic and modern architecture. Students will be introduced to drawing 2 dimensional floor plans and transforming them into 3D models. Students will learn a variety of design software like AutoCAD, Sketch Up, and Revit. Being in the class will also allow students to join Architectural Tour field trips and other activities. The course prepare students to become future designers.
*Earn up to 12 college credits through Rio Hondo and Job Placement
The Automotive Technology course is a two year (720 hours) pathway designed to prepare students for a career in the automotive industry. Students spend approximately 450 hours learning in a hands-on, state of the art automotive environment. Students can earn up to 12 college credits towards an AA or BS degree from Rio Hondo College. Job placement is also available for students through our many industry partners.
Early Childhood Education
*A-G College Prep Elective
This concentrator course prepares students to understand children’s physical, mental, emotional, and social growth. Instructions include pregnancy, theorists, parenting, family units, child abuse and neglect, and children with special needs. This course provides a solid foundation for any career that involves working with children including child care and education. Students who successfully achieve the competencies taught in this program may advance to the Early Childhood Education level 2.
*Earn 3 College Credits with Mt. SAC: Medi-90 Medical Terminology
This course is designed to provide student specific content knowledge w/ industry skills and leadership development within the Patient Care Pathway. Students will identify disorders involving cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurological, musculoskeletal, etc. disorders, and diseases, as well as systemic and infectious diseases.