Career Technical Education

 

The District supports Career Technical Education (CTE) in 12 of the 15 Industry Sectors recognized by the state.  Students in the district can enroll in and complete pathway training in 16 different CTE pathways.  Students need to complete at least two year-long courses in the same pathway, including the capstone class, to be considered a CTE Pathway Completer.

JVHS crest.png Jurupa Valley High School

IndustryAgricultureArts, Media & EntertainmentBuilding & Construction TradesEngineeringManufacturing & Product DevelopmentInformation & Communication Technology Transportation
PathwayAgriscience

Design, Visual  & Media Arts

Residential & Commercial ConstructionEngineering DesignProduct Design & InnovationSoftware and System DevelopmentDiagnostic Systems and Repair Services

 

NVHS crest.png  Nueva Vista High School             ROPHS crest.png  Rivercrest Preparatory Online High School 

Industry
TransportationIndustry Education, Child Development & Family ServicesHealth Science & Medical Technology
PathwayOperations (Logistics)Pathway
Family & Human ServicesMental & Behavioral Health

 

PHS crest.jpg   Patriot High School

IndustryArts, Media & EntertainmentFashion & Interior DesignHealth Science & Medical Technology Information & Communication Technology Marketing, Sales & ServicePublic Service
Pathway Design, Visual & Media ArtsFashion MerchandisingPatient CareSoftware & System DevelopmentProfessional SalesPublic Safety

 

RHS crest.png  Rubidoux High School

IndustryAgricultureArts, Media & EntertainmentHealth Science & Medical TechnologyHospitality, Tourism & RecreationTransportationMilitary
Pathway

Animal Science

Ornamental Horticulture

Design, Visual & Media ArtsPatient CareFood Service & HospitalityStructural Repair & RefinishingAir Force JROTC


Adult School crest.png Adult School

IndustryHealth Science & Medical Technology Public Service Transportation
Program

·        EKG Technician

·        Medical Assistant

·        Pharmacy Technician

·        Phlebotomist

·        Security Guard·        Forklift Operator

 

CTE Advisory Committee

The JUSD CTE Advisory Committee meetings twice an academic year.  Made up of industry representatives, students, parents, teachers and district leaders, the committee reviews industry and outcome data, identifies industry trends and needs, and revises and approves the district Perkins and CTEIG plans.

Meeting dates for 2017-2018:

·        September 20, 2017, 8-10 am, PDC

·        April 17, 8-10 am, PDC

CTE Data

                                Assessment of Career Technical Education Programs by Core Indicators                          ​
Core IndicatorDefinitionLEA Level 2012-13*LEA Level 2013-14*LEA Level 2014-15*LEA Level 2015-16*State Level 2015-16*90% or more of the State Level
1S1 Academic Attainment-Reading/ Language ArtsNumerator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators who have met the proficient or advanced level on the reading/ language arts portion of the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)/CAASPP.       56.28%45.20%41.52%38.69&NANA
 Denominator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators.      
1S2 Academic Attainment-MathematicsNumerator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators who have met the proficient or advanced level on the mathematics portion of the CAHSEE/CAASPP.  50.24%47.42%48.90%18.15%NANA
 Denominator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators.      
2S1 Technical Skill AttainmentNumerator: Number of CTE concentrators enrolled in a capstone CTE course who received an "A", "B", or "C" grade in the course, or received an industry-recognized certification, or passed an end of program assessment aligned with industry-recognized standards. 81.39%85.79%79.21%91.25%82.80%       74.52%                                   Yes
 Denominator: Number of CTE concentrators enrolled in capstone CTE courses during the reporting year.       
3S1 Secondary School CompletionNumerator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators who earned a high school diploma, or other state-recognized equivalent (including recognized alternative standards for individuals with disabilities).100.00%100.00%96.01%98.51%84.60%       76.14%                                   Yes
 Denominator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators who left secondary education during the reporting year.      
4S1 Student Graduation RateNumerator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators who, in the reporting year, were included as graduated in the states computation of its graduation rate.100.00%100.00%96.01%98.51%82.80%       74.52%                                   Yes
 Denominator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators.       
5S1 Secondary PlacementNumerator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators who left secondary education during the reporting year and entered postsecondary education or advanced training, military service, or employment, as reported on a survey six months following graduation.82.72%66.44%87.37%74.57%85.50%76.95%                               No
 Denominator: Number of 12th grade CTE concentrators who left secondary education during the reporting year and responded to a follow-up survey.       
6S1 Non-traditional ParticipationNumerator: Number of CTE concentrators from underrepresented gender groups who were enrolled in a program sequence that leads to employment in nontraditional fields.47.22%48.45%53.73%45.42%34.20%30.78%                               Yes
 Denominator: Number of CTE participants enrolled in a program sequence that leads to the employment in nontraditional fields.      
6S2 Non-traditional CompletionNumerator: Number of CTE concentrators from underrepresented gender groups enrolled in a capstone CTE course that leads to employment in a nontraditional field who received an "A", "B", or "C" grade in the course, or received an industry-recognized certification, or pass an end of program assessment aligned with industry-recognized standards.37.25%43.25%38.43%79.31%29.70%26.73%                               Yes
 Denominator: Number of all CTE concentrators enrolled in a capstone CTE course that leads to employment in nontraditional fields.       

 

Articulated Courses

Students enrolled in CTE courses can earn college credit for the work they do in high school.  Students need to earn a B or higher in the articulated year-long high school course to be eligible for college credit.  The following courses are eligible for articulated credit:

Riverside City College    Moreno Valley College   Mt. San Antonio College

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     Auto Collision                                                         Allied Health                                             Advanced Horsemanship

Digital Photography (RCOE)                                                                                                            Veterinary Science

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  TV Production

  Video Production

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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