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CTE Students at QHS Projected to Exceed Last Years Completed Certifications by Approximately 60 Percent
CTE Students at QHS Projected to Exceed Last Years Completed Certifications by Approximately 60 Percent
Scott Turner
Tuesday, May 21, 2019

The students participating in the Career and Technology Education programs at QHS are projected to receive 298 certifications for the 2018-2019 school year. The total number of certifications for the 2017-2018 school year was 175. 

There are six major CTE components at QHS, Agricultural, Food, & Natural Resources which is projected to earn 60 student certifications, Business & Industry which is projected to earn 79 student certifications, Construction Science which is projected to earn 6 student certifications, Hospitality and Tourism - Culinary Arts which is projected to earn 51 student certifications, Public Service - Health Science which is projected to earn 92 student certifications, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) which is projected to earn 10 student certifications. 

Pictured below are Ms.Brittany Emerson and Mr. David Cross (shown with some of their CTE students) presenting to the Board of Trustees at the Monday, May 21st meeting.