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Foothill High is pleased to offer a wide-variety of Career Technical Education (CTE) courses in multiple industry sectors.

Simply click on the industry tabs to explore all that we offer in each program area. Most classes follow a progression of an introductory class, followed by a concentrated class, and finally a capstone training class. See your home school counselor to determine which route is best for you.

Sector: Agriculture and Natural Resources

Pathway: Agricultural Business

Sequence of Courses

1. Agricultural Earth Science

2. Agricultural Biology

3. Agricultural Business Management

4. Agricultural Government CP and Agricultural Economics CP

Enrollment: Contact your home school counselor.

 

 

Sector: Agriculture and Natural Resources

Pathway: Agricultural Mechanics

Sequence of Courses

1. Beginning Agricultural Mechanics

2. Advanced Agricultural Mechanics

Enrollment: Contact your home school counselor.

Sector: Engineering and Architecture

Pathway: Architectural Design

Sequence of Courses

1. Drafting 1 and Drafting CAD

2. Drafting 2 and Drafting CAD Advanced

3. Architectural Design

Enrollment: Contact your home school counselor.

Sector: Building and Construction Trades

Pathway: Cabinetry, Millwork, and Woodworking

Sequence of Courses

1. Wood 1

2. Wood 2

3. Wood 3

4. Wood 4

Enrollment: Contact your home school counselor.

Program Video: Woodworking

Sector: Business and Finance

Pathway: Business Management

Sequence of Courses

1. Computer/Introduction

2. Computer Applications 1 & 2

3. Business Skills

4. Personal Finance

Enrollment: Contact your home school counselor.

Sector: Information and Communication Technologies

Pathway: Information Support and Services

Sequence of Courses

1. Computer Applications 1 & 2

2. Computer Applications 3

3. Computer Graphics

Enrollment: Contact your home school counselor.

Note: Juniors and seniors may also qualify for classes at Regional Occupational Center. ROC offers no-cost training programs in dozens of areas. Free transportation from your home school to ROC and back is provided. For more information, speak to your home school counselor or call the ROC counselor at (661) 831-3327.