The numbers are in, and they look great for Career and Technical Education (CTE) in the Okaloosa County School District.
Roughly a quarter of all students in the school system, 7,846 students, enrolled in a CTE course for the 21-22 school year.
Additionally, the district reports 1,382 industry certifications, and 1,079 digital tool certificates were earned by students in the district in the school year 2021-2022.
CTE programs are available at The Okaloosa STEMM Academy, the Lewis School, Ruckel Middle School, and Niceville High School.
“We are proud to offer so many opportunities to our students, including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cyber Security, Carpentry, Nursing, and Welding,” said a release from Okaloosa County School District Public Information Officer Catherine Card.
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More information about the CTE program can be found at www.mycteworks.com.
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