Career Pathway Programs

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Clovis High School students have access to several different Career Technical Education (CTE) pathway programs. CTE empowers students to make meaningful career choices by providing opportunities to explore their interests, develop career skills, and reinforce academics. These programs engage students by making education relevant through a combination of rigorous academics, demanding technical education and real-world experience.  

 

Center for Advanced Research and Technology (CART)

CART provides a 75,000 state-of-the-art research and technology facility where students design and complete projects in collaboration with partners from the local, national, and international business community. Participation in CART is a privilege for eleventh and twelfth grade students. Each year, Clovis High School has more students attending CART than any other high school in Clovis or Fresno Unified and this is a tradition we hope to continue for many years to come. Transportation is provided between Clovis High and CART. Students who are selected to enroll, attend half-day classes in one of the 16 laboratories taught by teams of instructors from both education and business. Interested students must apply online and are selected through a lottery process.

2016-2017 CART Brochure>>

Online Application>>

CART Bus Schedule 2016-2017>>

Available Labs:

Environmental Science & Field Research Web Application Development Interactive Game Design
Business & Finance Psychology & Human Behavior Law & Order & Policy
Hospitality & Event Management Biotechnology Biomedicine
Network Management and Computer Maintenance Multimedia-Digital Video Production & Broadcast Engineering & Product Development
Marketing & Advertising Multimedia - Digital Media and Graphic Design

Robotics & Electronics

Forensic Research & Biotechnology  
 
 
 

Career Technical Education (CTE)/Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

CTE/ROP prepares students for further education at colleges and universities, employment, or advanced technical training. Students also develop positive work attitudes and behaviors. Transportation is provided between Clovis High and Clovis East making it easy for students to access additional course offerings.

Clovis High & Clovis East Courses:

Ag Welding & Construction (CEHS)     Criminal Investigation (CEHS) Fire Fighting Technology (CEHS)  
Architectural Design P Criminal Justice (CEHS) Fire Fighting Technology II (CEHS)
Architectural Engineering  Educational Careers w/ English P Medical Careers (CEHS)
Building Scaled Structures P Electronic Systems Technology  
Careers with Children Auto System Technology  

 

CTE/ROP Bus Schedule: CHS to Clovis East 1st and 2nd periods >> 

CTE/ROP Bus Schedule: CHS to Clovis East 3rd and 4th periods >>

CTE/ROP Bus Schedule: CHS to Clovis East 6th and 7th periods >>

 

Agriculture Pathway Program 

Clovis FFA was established in 1932 and has continued with its tradition of excellence in Agriculture, Leadership, and Citizenship. Agriculture Education is a multi-faceted program that includes classroom instruction, supervised agriculture experience, and FFA. All agriculture classes are offered on the Clovis East campus and transportation is provided for Clovis High students.

Available Courses:

Ag Earth Science      Food Science      Ag Mechanics     
Ag Biology Animal Science Ag Engineering 2     
Botany  Vet Science  Ag Engineering 3
Plant & Animal Physiology Art & History of Floral Design Ag Govt & Economics
AP Environmental Sci Welding Fabrication  

 


Teaching Pathway

The Teaching Pathway programs connects learning in the classroom with real-world applications and is an excellent opportunity for any student considering a career in education. The Teacher pathway has articulation agreements with Clovis Community College, Reedley College, and Madera Community College Center allowing students to earn college credits while still in high school. The long term objective is to develop a "grow your own" teacher development program within Clovis Unified to produce an increasing number of high quality teachers that mirror the culture and diversity of the students we serve.

Students who successfully participate in and complete the Teacher Pathway program will receive the following benefits:

1. Paid summer internships working with K-8 students following 11th and 12th grade

2. One week residential college boot camp in summer following 10th or 11th grade

3. Priority consideration for employment by the district, upon credential completion

4. College credit earned through dual enrollment.

Check out the Teaching Pathway Brochure

Click HERE to apply.