Career & Technology Education (CTE)
The goal of Dorchester School District Two’s Career and Technology department is for students to become “College and Career Ready”.
Students enrolled in CTE courses have the opportunity to explore a variety of careers and gain understanding of course sequencing in their selected pathway.
Students will have opportunities to gain these skills through rigorous classroom curriculum and standards, work-based learning opportunities, and opportunities to gain industry or professional certification in their field of study.
Soon this new web page will have information about CTE opportunities.
We are challenging our students to adopt a problem-solving mindset, experience state of the art equipment, and acquire skills to step into a successful post-secondary college or career life.”Stacie Elwood
Ashley Ridge High School CTE Teacher
The Citadel’s Outstanding STEM Educator
We could be building a fence, building a shelter, helping birth a new animal, feeding, meeting a new animal and moving them.”Anna Ellis
Ashley Ridge High School Class of 2023
Ashley Ridge FFA President
I love the hands-on biomedical activities we get to do. I'm a very hands-on learner, and it's perfect.”Bhumi Desai
Fort Dorchester High School CTE Student
At the Summerville Career Center students are learning safety, they're welding, machining, blue print reading, electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics. We're doing a little bit of everything.”Craig Pelletier
Summerville High School CTE Teacher