The following is a list of Career and Technical Education (“CTE”) classes available at Boulder City High School:
- Auto Technology
- Theater Technology
CTE College Credit provides an opportunity for secondary students who complete a state-approved program in career and technical education to earn postsecondary credit at no cost to the student. CTE College Credit is articulated credit, the high school coursework aligns to postsecondary courses, and the teacher of record is a high school CTE teacher. To qualify for the CTE College Credit, students must:
- Earn a 3.0 grade point average in their CTE course sequence
- Pass the state end-of-program technical content assessment
- Pass the state workplace readiness assessment for employability skills
Visit the CTE College Credit website by clicking the button below for more details. Also, the Nevada Employability Skills for Career Readiness website, accessible by clicking the button below, can help with the Workplace Readiness Skills test.
CTSO’s (College & Tech Student Organizations) available at Boulder City High School are FBLA, DECA, and Skills, USA.