This year, we were not able to hold student orientation days.
If you're an incoming student, please take the time to watch this video. Additional information will be shared during the first week of class.
Students apply what they learn in real classrooms with real students. If you enjoy working with children and recognize talents of each individual child, this program may be for you.
You will learn how to:
Admission into college programs can be competitive. To be prepared, gain experience working with children. Develop your written and spoken communication skills, and do your best in all high school courses.
The following courses will help prepare you for the Education Professions program, college, and a career in the education field:
All career and salary information is cited from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The typical Education Professions student may have career goals that include elementary, secondary and special education, preschool education, instructional aides, counselors, social workers, therapists, and school administrators. Students will create and present lesson plans in the classrooms and must be comfortable working independently with students and teachers.
Students completing this program continue their education in 2- and 4-year postsecondary programs to be eligible for a teaching license, or they begin a career as a school aide right after high school graduation.