Wake County’s new Career and Technical Education (CTE) High School is located in the former Coca-Cola plant on South Wilmington Street in Raleigh, North Carolina. The CTE High School is a collaborative endeavor between the Wake County Public School System, Wake Technical Community College and Wake County Government. Students at the CTE High School will be able to complete studies in one of the ten CTE programs as part of their high school graduation credits.
Through an academic foundation, paired with career-informed courses and work-based learning experiences, graduates of the CTE High School will be prepared to continue on to a four-year university, or apply their earned credits towards an AAS degree, certificate or diploma program at Wake Technical Community College.
For an overview of the school, click here for an information flyer. Make sure you watch the video below.
CTE High School virtual illustrations