Antelope Valley Union High School District’s Career Technical Education (CTE) department is committed to preparing our students for college and careers through our career academies. CTE academies are small learning communities that offer 9th through 12th grade students the opportunity to gain skills required for college and career readiness, while learning in a 21st century environment.
Our academies are a proven approach to education that combines rigorous academics, sequenced technical training, internships, and work-based learning. This approch provides exposure to real-world workplaces and teaches the professional skills needed to thrive in a career. By centering high school around industry themes, learning becomes relevant. Students graduate with the skills and confidence to succeed in college, career and life.
Littlerock High School
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE ACADEMY
Connecting learning to life, students will investigate topics including human medicine, anatomy and physiology, genetics, microbiology, and public health.
EDUCATION & SOCIAL SERVICE CAREERS ACADEMY
Learn strategies for nurturing children to become healthy, secure, and productive members of their community through hands-on experience.
QUARTZ HILL HIGH SCHOOL
TELEVISION & VIDEO ACADEMY
Students will explore the nuances of Film and Video production with the use of graphic design, incorporating elements from 3D-design, animation, particle rendering, as well as live video broadcasting.
of our students pursue college or enter the workforce upon graduation
The Antelope Valley Union High School District uses a Linked Learning approach to our Career Academies.
Linked Learning creates small learning communities that are engaged and disciplined, and that produce graduates who are ready to succeed in college and career.