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Career Technical Education

exposes students to career fields and potential school and work opportunities through exploration, experience, and certification. We offer 15 programs and pathways on 3 different Auburn City Schools campuses.


About CTE



students enrolled in 
Career Technical Education


course opportunities
across 15 programs


grade students qualify to participate in classes


credentials/certifications earned (2021-2022)

Career Technical Education

Student Organizations

Career Technical Education is home to seven student organizations, or CTSOs, that enrolled students may join. Joining a CTSO provides many benefits including: 

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Exploring your
career interests

Learning more about different career fields

Networking with professionals in your preferred industry

Partners &

Career Technical Education Auburn City Schools Partners and Sponsorships

We are proud to work with community partners across Lee County to provide our students with a variety of career opportunities and internships. 

Interested in becoming a partner or sponsor?

Featured CTE Success 

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CTE taught me how to manage my time and my money.

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I was able to work with clients on a first-hand basis.

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Helped me become the physician I always wanted to be!


Career Guidance


Our Career Guidance program provides reliable education and career planning resources to students and their families who need to visualize their futures, and helps you make the plans to get there.



Work-Based Learning (WBL) is designed to give Juniors and Seniors up to six high school credits for completing paid, work-based experiences that include: cooperative education, internships, on-the-job learning and pre-apprenticeships in fields related to the students’ career goals. 

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