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L.A. UNIFIeD OFFERS 58 CTE CAREER PATHWAYS IN 15 INDUSTRIES

Agriculture and Natural Resources

  •  Agriscience 

  •  Animal Science

  • Ornamental Horticulture

  • Plant and Soil Science

Arts, Media, and Entertainment

  • Design, Visual, and Media Arts

  • Performing Arts

  • Production and Managerial Arts

Building and Construction Trades

  • Cabinetry, Millwork, and Woodworking

  • Engineering and Heavy Construction

  • Residential and Commercial Construction

Business and Finance

  • Business Management

  • Financial Services

  • International Business

Education, Child Development, and Family Services

  • Child Development

  • Consumer Services

  • Education

  • Family and Human Services

Energy, Environment, and Utilities

  • Environmental Resources

  • Energy and Power Technology

  • Telecommunications

Engineering and Architecture

  • Architectural Design

  • Engineering Design

Fashion and Interior Design

  • Interior Design

  • Personal Services

Health Science and Medical Technology

  • Biotechnology

  • Patient Care

  • Healthcare Administrative Services

  • Healthcare Operational Support Services

Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation

  • Food Science

  • Dietetics and Nutrition

  • Food Service and Hospitality

  • Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation

Information and Communication Technologies 

  • Information and Support Services

  • Networking

  • Software and Systems Development

  • Games and Simulation

Manufacturing and Product Development

  • Graphic Production Technologies

  • Machining and Forming Technologies

  • Welding and Materials Joining

  • Production Innovation and Design

Marketing Sales and Service

  • Marketing

  • Professional Sales

  • Entrepreneurship/Self Employment

Public Services

  • Public Safety

  • Legal Practices

  • Emergency Response

Transportation

  • Operations

  • Structural Repair and Refinishing 

  • System and Diagnostics Service

Career Technical Education in L.A. Unified

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L.A. UNIFIEd SCHOOLS WITH CTE PROGRAMS

Arleta High School

Arroyo Seco Museum Science Magnet Elementary School

Audubon Middle School

Banning High School

Bell High School

Belmont High School

Belevedere Middle School

Berendo Middle School

Bernstein High School

Bethune Middle School

Boyle Heights STEM Magnet

Bravo Medical Magnet 

Canoga Park High School

Carson High STEAM

Central High School CDS

Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies

Cleveland Charter High School

Contreras Learning Center

Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts

Crenshaw High School STEMM Magnet

Diego Rivera Learning Complex

Dorsey High School

Downtown Business Magnets

Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School

Dymally High School

Eagle Rock High School

East Valley High School

Edison Middle School

Elizabeth Learning Center

Fairfax High School

Foshay Learning Center

Franklin High School

Fremont High School

Frost Middle School

Gardena High School

Garfield High School

GALA

Glassell Park Elementary

Griffith Middle School

Grant High School

Hale Charter Middle School Academy

Dr. Richard A. Vladovic Harbor Teacher Prep

Hawkins High School

Hamilton High School

Hollywood High School

Huntington Park High School

Hilda Solis Learning Academy

Kennedy High School

Thomas Starr King Middle School

Jefferson High School

LACES

Lincoln High School

King Drew Medical Magnet

Legacy International Studies Learning Center

Manual Arts High School

LAUSD/USC Media Arts and Engineering 

Los Angeles High School

Los Angeles Academy Middle School

Maywood Academy

Linda Esperanza Marquez High School

Marshall High School

Monroe High School

Narbonne High School

Nightingale Middle School

Nobel Charter Middle School

North Hollywood High School

Northridge Academy High School

Orthopedic Hospital Medical Magnet

Olive Vista Middle School

Pacoima Middle School

Panorama High School

Patrick Henry Middle School

Peary Middle School

Daniel Pearl Magnet High School

Polytechnic High School

Portola Middle School

Reseda Charter High School

Los Angeles School High of the Arts at RFK Community Community High School

Roosevelt High School

Roybal Learning Center

San Fernando High School

San Pedro High School

Santee Education Complex

SOCES Magnet

South East High School

South Gate High School

STEM Academy of Hollywood

Sun Valley Magnet School

Sutter Middle School

Sylmar Biotech Health and Science Academy

Sylmar Charter High School

Taft Charter High School

Torres High School

Valley Academy of Arts and Sciences

Valley Oaks Center for Enriched Studies

University Charter High School

University Pathways Public Service Academy

Van Nuys High School

Van Nuys Middle School

Venice High School

Verdugo Hills High School

Vista Middle School

Washington Prep High School

West Adams Prep High School

Westchester Enriched Sciences Magnets

Wilson High School

Widney CTC 

White Middle School

Wooden High School

 

Vision

Career Technical Education will be the primary purpose of the California K-16 education system, by promoting the state's economic development and providing students with the world-class knowledge and skill necessary to become successful and contributing members of society.

Career Technical Education will engage every student in high-quality educational programs, developed in partnership with business and industry.  It will promote creativity and innovation and allow all students to turn their passion into a paycheck.

Mission

The mission of California's Career Technical Education system is to provide industry-linked programs and services that enable all individuals to reach their career goals in order to achieve a high-quality lifestyle, to be competitive in the global marketplace, and to sustain California's economic dominance.

CTE Coordinator

Seema Puri,

spuri@lausd.net

CTE Specialist

Judy De La Torre,

jdelat2@lausd.net

CTE Advisors

Elizabeth Avalos,

elizabeth.avalos@lausd.net

Jose Castillo,

jdc2353@lausd.net

Pat Cervantes,

pcervant@lausd.net

Michael Golden,

micheal.t.golden@lausd.net

Brandon Thrasher,

brandon.thrasher@lausd.net

It is the law and LAUSD/CTE policy to afford equal rights and opportunities to all persons to attend school and participate in the District's programs and activities, regardless of actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race or ethnicity, ethnic group identification, ancestry, nationality, national origin, religion, color, mental or physical disability, age, or on the basis of a person's association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, or any other basis protected by federal, state, local law, ordinance, or regulation.