Career and Technical Education (CTE)
What is Career education?
Career and technical education (CTE) programs help you learn the skills that will prepare you for a job. CTE programs consist of three or more courses that will help you earn an industry credential and prepare you to enter the workforce. High school students can take a wide range of CTE classes in everything from Agricultural Science to Marketing Media Communications. Whether you are attending a traditional high school or are enrolled in a career and technical education center, CTE programs makes the connection between your academic studies and career aspirations clear. Rhode Island students are eligible to enroll in any CTE program across the state for free, even if it exists outside of your district.
How do I take career education classes?
You can enroll in any CTE program in the state for free. Check out the list of CTE programs to find one that interests you.
Many high schools offer CTE classes. If you attend one of those schools, you can sign up for CTE classes just like any other class.
There are also CTE centers in every region of the state. These are schools that specialize in career education. If you would like to enroll in one of those schools, go to their website below.
High Schools offering CTE:
Barrington High School
Burrillville High School
Central Falls High School
Central High School (Providence)
Chariho Regional High School
Cooley High School (Providence)
Cranston East High School
Cumberland High School
Exeter West Greenwich Senior High School
Hope Academy (Providence)
Hope High School (Providence)
Johnston High School
Lincoln High School
Metropolitan Career & Technical High School (Providence)
Mount Pleasant High School (Providence)
Mt. Hope High School (Bristol-Warren)
Narragansett High School
New England Laborers'/Cranston Public Schools Construction Career Academy
North Kingstown High School
North Providence High School
North Smithfield High School
Pilgrim High School (Warwick)
Ponaganset High School
RI Nurses Institute Middle College (Providence)
Scituate High School
Shea High School (Pawtucket)
Smithfield High School
South Kingstown High School
Tiverton High School
Tolman High School (Pawtucket)
Walsh School for the Performing Arts (Pawtucket)
West Warwick High School
Westerly High School
Updated July 2018
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