Industry-recognized credentials ensure that Alabama students graduate from high school globally competitive for work and post-secondary education with validated 21st century skills.
Validate knowledge of skill attainment
Increase student confidence
Often result in higher earning potential
Open the door for networking in a career field
Set students apart from the competition
Demonstrate commitment to continuous learning
Credentials provide students with the documented skills they need to compete in today’s economic environment. Many Alabama Career and Technical Education students pursue college where their credentials may increase their opportunities for articulated college credits. Credentialing programs produce globally-competitive students. Credentialing opportunities are available in mostl CTE program areas.
Collision Repair Technology offiers I-CAR's base collision repair curriculum package equivalent to the I-CAR ProLevel 1® learning path for refinishing and non-structural technicians.
CTE Offers Industry-Recognized Credentials
Hospitality & Tourism Management introduces high school students to the world of hospitality, and the main segments of the industry: lodging, food and beverage operations, tourism, attractions and travel, and event management.
The curriculum focuses on three main goals:
To generate interest in and provide a foundational understanding of hospitality and the world of career opportunities within the industry
To present students with both career readiness and position-specific skills that will help them get started in the industry and set them on the path to success
To prepare students for the Hospitality & Tourism Specialist Exam.
What Is Needed If Your Child Is Absent From School Due to Sickness...
Please send a doctor's excuse or a parent note/excuse* to the school.
*See the CCBOE attendance policy concerning absences and excuses (Code 6.1.4)