RRPS Career Technical Education (CTE) Programs

RRPS CTE Mission: To provide students with career exploration, core knowledge, and technical experience to advance their employability and post-secondary options.

A CTE Pathway is a 3-4 class sequence in a career cluster.

The National High School Graduation Rate for CTE Concentrators (students taking at least two classes in a CTE Pathway) is 94% – 9 percentage points higher than the national average of 85%.

RRPS CTE Overview

Programs For High School programs include:

Automotive Technology (Skills USA)

Agricultural Sciences (FFA)

Teacher Prep (Ed Rising)

Marketing (DECA)

Theater Tech/Set Design & Construction

Culinary Arts

Film, Video-Audio Production

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

PLTW Biomedical Sciences

PLTW Computer Science

PLTW Engineering

Python Programming

Robotics

CAD

Dual Credit Fire Science

Dual Credit Welding

Dual Credit Pre-Nursing

Dual Credit Medical Assistant

Dual Credit Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (New Fall '21)

Dual Credit Community Health Worker (New Spring '22)

High School Program Summary:

2361 High School Students, 25 Teachers

Middle School Program Summary:

  • Computer Technology

  • Robotics

  • Consumer Science / Culinary Arts

  • Woodworking Club (After School)

1000 Middle School students, 12 Teachers