Career Pathway programs developing students' technical and employable skills at LCHS
By Mike Hoots

Posted on December 19, 2018 6:51 PM

Logan County High School Career Pathways are coherent sequences of high school Career & Technical Education (CTE) courses that prepare students for careers and continued education. These courses allow for more motivated students to focus on what interest them in their future.  LCHS students benefit from developing high-demand career skills that support their success in the workforce and give them a competitive edge. These Rigorous Career Pathway programs at LCHS and LCCTC provide college prep students with opportunities to apply academic content in real-world applications.

LCHS Career Pathway’s also benefits our local businesses and industry. The students that go through these courses are better educated workers who are prepared to grow and develop on the job. The Career Pathway’s at LCHS produce a greater number of skilled employees with reduced employer training cost. The real world applications that our students obtain from these courses allow students to be able to apply what they gained at LCHS to solve work related problems.

Logan County Career Pathways are in the fields of; Welding, Electricity, Information Systems, Network Administration, Machine Tool Technology, Pharmacy Technology, Industrial Maintenance, Architectural Technology, Construction Carpentry, Dental Assisting, Automotive Technology, Administrative Support, Mechanical Designer, Phlebotomy, Pre Nursing, Ecommerce, Marketing, Culinary, Early Childhood Education, and Animal Science.

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