CTE Pathways


Southeast of Saline High School is committed to giving your child every opportunity to succeed. We have established Career Pathways to introduce each student to a career or careers of their choice. So what is a Pathway?

A pathway is a plan of study individualized for each student according to his or her interests. There are sets of classes to be taken in order to prepare them for education beyond high school or gain employment after graduation. Each pathway begins with introductory classes to present the student information pertaining to a career. Technical classes are more focused and intended to prepare the student for the on-the-job type training. Application-level classes are the final classes and are only taken in the junior/senior years. They are hands-on classes and will require students to be responsible learners as they may go into the workforce.

The benefits for students completing his/her pathway are numerous. Articulation agreement has been set up with a college to allow classes to replace the entry-level classes that are required at the college. Some pathways offer certifications so the student will graduate high school prepared to enter the workforce. (To complete a pathway of study a student needs to complete one Introductory Level course, two Technical Level courses, and one Application Level course.)

Statewide data on CTE can be found HERE.

 What are the pathways at Southeast of Saline High School?

Agriculture Science- Comprehensive Ag

Ag Plant Systems- Food, & Natural Resources

Ag Power, Structural & Technical Systems-Ag Mechanics

AV Communications-Digital Media

Construction & Design-Architecture & Construction

Family, Community, & Consumer Service-Human Services Pathway

Finance Career-Business Finance

Graphic Design-Visual Arts

Health Science


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