What is Career and Technical Education?
Career and Technical Education (CTE) includes middle and high school students taking courses in one of 17 career clusters. These courses are part of an overall program of study designed to prepare students to be successful in a rapidly changing workforce and equip them to make informed decisions about future college and career pathways. CTE offers students opportunities to earn highly valued industry certifications and to develop a multitude of skills while experiencing rigorous curriculum with real world applications. CTE students who complete 3 courses in a Career Pathway are eligible for many scholarships, including the Gold Seal Bright Futures Scholarship.
What is an Articulation Agreements?
Articulation Agreements are formal agreements between Bay District Schools and Florida post-secondary colleges and universities documenting the transfer policies for specific industry certifications as college credits. This is a list of articulation agreements for industry certifications which Bay District School students can earn in their career pathway programs.
Certified Solidworks Associate-Academic (Engineering)
What are the Certifications Offered in Bay District Schools?
Adobe Certified Professional in Visual Design
Advanced Unmanned Safety: Level 2
Agricultural Biotechnology Specialist
Animal Science Specialist
Autodesk Fusion 360
Certified Medical Administrative Assistant
CompTIA IT Fundamentals+
Early Childhood Professional Certification
EKG Technician Certification
Engineering Core Project Lead the Way (PLTW)
Entrepreneurship and Small Business
FAA 107 (Drone Flight Commercial Certification)
Information Technology Specialist - Java
Information Technology Specialist Networking Fundamentals
Information Technology Specialist Networking OS Fundamentals
Python Coding Specialist
Social Media Strategist
Small UAS (sUAS) Safety Certification: Level 1
Visual Line of Sigh System Operator (VSO) Ground
Bright Future Opportunities?