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. Each pathway consists of Intro, Concentrator, and Capstone classes. See the pathways in the links below.

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 High School Programs

Automotive Technology (Skills USA)

(CHS, RRHS, IHS, CyberHS)

Future Farmers of America (FFA)

(CHS)

Educators Rising

(CHS, RRHS)

DECA

(CHS, RRHS)

Set Design & Construction

(CHS, RRHS)

Culinary Arts

(RRHS)

Film, Video-Audio Production

(CHS, RRHS)

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

(CHS, RRHS)

PLTW Biomedical Sciences

(RRHS)

PLTW Computer Science

(RRHS)

PLTW Engineering

(RRHS)

Python Programming

(CHS)

Robotics

(CHS, RRHS, Cyber HS)

CAD

(CHS)

Dual Credit (DC) Fire Science

(with CNM)

DC Welding

(with CNM)

DC Pre-Nursing

(with CNM)

DC Medical Asst

(with CNM)

DC Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

(with CNM)

DC Community Health Worker

(with CNM)

High School Program Summary:

  • 23 On-Campus Programs, 6 Dual Credit Programs

  • 3980 High School Students in CTE Courses in SY 22-23

  • 31 Teachers

Middle School Program Summary:

  • 12 On-Campus Programs

  • 2710 Middle School Students in CTE Courses in SY 22-23

  • 12 Teachers

  • Computer Technology (RRMS, MVMS)

  • Robotics (ERMS, LMS, RRMS, MVMS, CyberMS)

  • Consumer Science / Culinary Arts (ERMS, LMS, MVMS, RRMS)

  • Woodworking (RRMS)