Career Technical Education


The District supports Career Technical Education (CTE) in 11 of the 15 Industry Sectors recognized by the state.  Students in the district can enroll in and complete pathway training in 22 different CTE pathways.  Students need to complete all pathway courses, including the capstone class, to be considered a CTE Pathway Completer.

JVHS crest.png Jurupa Valley High School

Industry Agriculture and Natural Resources Arts, Media and Entertainment Building and Construction Trades Engineering and Architecture Information and Communication Technology Manufacturing & Product Development Transportation
Pathway Agriscience

Graphic Design and Print Technology

Residential and Commercial Construction Engineering Design GIS

Innovation and Design
Product Innovation and Design Auto Mechanics


NVHS crest.png  Nueva Vista High School             ​ 


Pathway Operations


PHS crest.jpg   Patriot High School

Industry Arts, Media and Entertainment Building and Construction Trades Health Science and Medical Technology Information and Communication Technology Marketing, Sales and Service Public Service
Pathway Digital Graphic Arts Residential and Commercial construction/ Green Build Sports Medicine

Emergency Medicine
Professional Sales Law Enforcement


RHS crest.png  Rubidoux High School

Industry Agriculture and Natural Resources Arts, Media and Entertainment Health Science and Medical Technology Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation Transportation

Animal Science

Ornamental Horticulture


Film and Video Production
Medical Assistant

Emergency Medicine
Food Service and Hospitality Auto Body

Adult School crest.png Adult School

Industry Health Science and Medical Technology Manufacturing and Product Development  Public Service Transportation



Medical Assistant

Pharmacy Technician 

Welding Security Guard Forklift Operator


CTE Advisory Committee

The JUSD CTE Advisory Committee, made up of industry, post-secondary, student, parent, teacher and administrative representatives and Board members, meets twice each academic year. The committee reviews industry trends, labor market information and outcome data and reviews and approves the district's CTE Plan supported by Perkins, CTEIG and K12 Strong Workforce Program grants.

​You can review the current JUSD CTE Plan and the results of the 2020 Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment (CNLA) for CTE here:

Articulated Courses

Students enrolled in specific 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 course to be eligible for college credit. The following courses offer articulated credit:

  • Anatomy and Physiology for Careers
  • Auto Collision Essentials
  • Auto II (must also complete Auto 1)
  • Computer Graphics and Design
  • Construction Technology I
  • Digital Imaging
  • Digital Photography I
  • Digital Photography II
  • Graphic Technology/ Print Careers
  • Intro to Design 
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Public Safety/ First Aid
  • retail Merchandising and Principles of Marketing
  • Sports Medicine Advanced
  • Television Production (must also complete Video Production class)
Courses eligible for college credit at Mt. San Antonio College:
  • Horsemanship
  • Veterinary Science
Courses eligible for college credit at San Bernardino Valley College:
  • ​Auto Collision Essentials

Riverside City College    Moreno Valley College   Mt. San Antonio College

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     Auto Collision                                                                                                                                Horsemanship

Digital Photography (RCOE)                                                                                                            Veterinary Science

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  TV Production

  Video Production

















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