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Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes provide students with engaging experiences that make education matter both in the classroom and in their future career.  CTE pathways provide instruction in academic knowledge, technical training and employability skills that align to the workforce needs of Kansas and assist students to be college and career ready.  Academic content is often accessible to students by providing it in a hands-on context.

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CTE at Manhattan High School includes the areas traditionally known as Agriculture, Automotive, Business, Construction, Culinary, Drafting, Family and Consumer Science, Finance, Information Technology, Journalism, Programming, and Welding.

We offer students 94 CTE courses in 17 approved pathways.  Course offerings include 19 concurrent courses with Manhattan Area Technical College (MATC).  Fifteen of those courses are free to qualifying MHS students with the Excel in CTE program.

 


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agriculture

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fcs

IT

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