|Dr. Alvin DeCuir|
Dr. Sapph Espinoza
CTAE Mission & Vision
CTAE will prepare students to become career and college ready to compete in a global workforce through exploration, experience and extension.
CCSD’s CTAE Program will empower students to successfully participate and compete in a dynamic global workplace. To this end, the curriculum focuses on:
CTAE Middle School Curriculum
CTAE middle school courses feature rigorous performance standards that students master to help prepare them for choosing a high school career pathway that interests them. Middle school CTAE program area course includes essential and relevant performance standards for math, science, language arts, and social studies. Middle school CTAE courses also reinforce Reading Across the Content, Technical Writing standards, Entrepreneurship standards, and CTAE Foundation Skills.
For information about Middle School Performance Standards, please click here.
Industry Certified Programs
CTAE Clusters, Exploratory Programs and Pathways
Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit courses provide opportunities for Georgia high school students to take college-level courses and earn concurrent credit toward a high school diploma and a college degree. The Cobb County School District will work cooperatively with Georgia public colleges, universities, and technical institutions to provide eligible students with an opportunity to take approved courses, full-time or part-time at the postsecondary level as outlined in State Board rule 160-4-2-.34 Dual Enrollment. Student or parents/guardians may request additional information from their school counselors regarding these programs.
For more information about Dual Enrollment, please click here.
CAREER TECHNICAL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS (CTSO)
WORK BASED LEARNING
PROJECT LEAD THE WAY
CTAE Advisory Council
Cobb Innovation and Technology Academy