The numbers are in, and they look great for Career and Technical Education (CTE) in the Okaloosa County School District.ย 

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Roughly a quarter of all students in the school system, 7,846 students, enrolled in a CTE course for the 21-22 school year.ย 

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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.ย 

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CTE programs are available at The Okaloosa STEMM Academy, the Lewis School, Ruckel Middle School, and Niceville High School.ย 

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โ€œWe are proud to offer so many opportunities to our students, including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cyber Security, Carpentry, Nursing, and Welding,โ€ said a release from Okaloosa County School District Public Information Officer Catherine Card.ย 

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RELATED: Elementary School Students Get Expanded CTE Summer Camp, Thanks to Donation.ย 

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More information about the CTE program can be found at www.mycteworks.com.

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