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November 2016:
 - Up coming: Valley and Chavez's student will be competing in CyberPatriot Competition on November 12th at Coastline Community College.
 - Hot Rodders Competitions Receive $5000 scholarships ... read more
 
October 2016: 
 - SunPower engineers mentor engineering students...read more
 - About seventy girls (high school and intermediate school) attended CyberGirlz OC at Coastline Community College ... read more
 - High school students and Intermediate students attended  CyberSecurity Pathway Day at Coastline Community College.. read more
 

 
CTE Student Certifications - (School year 2015 - 2016)

 Certification  Passed     Certification  Passed 
 Automotive Service Excellence
 (A6 Electrical)
312    First Aid & CPR  293
 Microsoft Office Specialist  88   Certified SolidWorks Associate   18
 Food Handler / ServSafe  74    Adobe Certified 28
Internships

 
Typing Certification - Typing Institute of America 
 94
 
2015 - 2016 Industry Certifications:  907
 

CTE Student Competitions and Challenges - (School year 2015 - 2016)
 
 Competition  Placed
National Cooking Up Change (High school) Champion
Regional Cooking Up Change (High school)
1st
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge (High school)  2nd
Robotics Competition (Intermediate school)  3rd
UC-Davis C-STEM Robotics Competition (Intermediate school)  Spirit Award
 

 
 
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CTE Valley High School
Office Hours: 7:30 AM- 5:00 PM
1801 S. Greenville St.
Santa Ana, CA 92704
(714) 241-6598
(714) 241-6593 (Fax) 
  

Mission Statement

MISSION STATEMENT:
 
To provide exemplary career technical education and workforce preparation that contribute to student academic and career success and the economic development of our community.
 

Director's Note

 Welcome to the 2016-17 school year. Today's graduates must be prepared for the ever-increasing demands of college and the workplace. This year we will continue to update and expand courses in our Career Pathways at both the intermediate and high schools.  I am also very excited about our new Career Technical Education (CTE) units of study we will be piloting at 4 of our elementary schools using the nationally recognized Project Lead the Way (PLTW) engineering curriculum.  Our goal in Career Technical Education (CTE) is to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to move on to whatever career path they choose. Our Career Pathways include:
 

            ·         Sequence of courses between intermediate, high school and college

            ·         Credit-bearing college courses offered in all pathways

            ·         Workplace training internship programs

            ·         Industry certification opportunities

            ·         Updated CTE course outlines that meet the University of California A-G eligibility requirements

Our hope is to prepare students for the full array of opportunities that await them after high school for both college and career.

 

   

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