Career and Technical Education
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) department in Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools is a comprehensive program serving students in Grades 6-12. CTE provides students in middle and high school with the academic and technical skills, knowledge and training necessary to succeed in future careers and to become lifelong learners. Courses offer certifications, industry credentials, and a foundation of knowledge to prepare students to be career and college ready. Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools CTE offers courses at all middle schools, 17 high schools, as well as specialized courses at the Career Center.
Mission and Purpose of CTE:
The mission of the CTE program is to prepare students to be world-class workers and citizens in our global economy with the purpose of emphasizing real-world skills and practical knowledge. Upon high school graduation and the completion of a CTE sequence of courses, students may choose to enter the workforce, to enroll in a community college or enroll in a 4-year university.
Programs in CTE are developed to respond to the needs of the economy. To assist in responding to the needs, CTE programs partner with community leaders and organizations through advisory groups that provide support in planning, implementing and evaluating programs. The curriculum in each course is competency-based and provides instruction in the skills and knowledge needed for students to achieve success in their chosen Career Pathway Program of Study.
Phone: (336) 727-2210
Fax: (336) 661-4933
P.O. Box 2513
Winston Salem, NC 27102-2513