Career Technical Education

Due to the COVID-19 school closure, Snowline CTE will offer online resources to keep you active and healthy. 

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Online Resources for our CTE Students & how to contact your CTE Teacher


CTE Office is Closed

Kellie Williams Ed.D., CTE Coordinator 760-868-5817 x21437


Snowline CTE Logo Career Technical Education (CTE) provides students of all ages with the academic and technical skills, knowledge and training necessary to succeed in future careers and to become lifelong learners. CTE prepares these learners for the world of work by introducing them to workplace competencies and makes academic content accessible to students by providing it in a hands-on context.

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year. Today's graduates must be prepared for the ever-increasing demands of college and the workplace. This year, we will continue to bolster our Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathways to ensure our CTE programs are high-quality to prepare students for the world of work and post-secondary education. I am very excited about our new facilities at Serrano High School as we continue to enhance and expand our Agriculture Pathways. Last year, we started to refurbished our greenhouse, build an agriculture farm for fair animals, and expanded our Agriculture Mechanics Shop. We will continue to complete these projects throughout the school year. 

Our goal, in CTE, is to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to move on to whatever career path they choose. Our Career Pathways include:

  • Sequence of courses between high school and college;
  • Articulated college courses;
  • Workplace training externship & Job Shadow programs;
  • Industry certification opportunities;
  • Updated CTE course outlines that meet the University of California A-G eligibility requirements; and
  • Update our CTE facilities.

Our hope is to prepare students for their unique opportunities that await them after high school for both college and career.


The Snowline’s School District's Career Technical Education Department will provide high-quality CTE programs and pathways that prepare all students to be "College and Career Ready." We will partner with all community stakeholders including businesses, parents, students, higher education institutions, MDCP, and other agencies to create a positive impact in every student's education.


Kellie Williams Ed.D., CTE Coordinator


Snowline Industry Sectors

  1. Agriculture and Natural Resources
    • Agriculture Mechanics Pathway
    • Agriscience Pathway
    • Animal Science Pathway
    • Agriculture Business Pathway
  2. Arts, Media and Entertainment
    • Design, Visual and Media Arts Pathway (MMA)
    • Performing Arts
  3. Building and Construction Trades
    • Cabinetry, Millwork, and Woodworking
    • Residential and Commercial Construction **
  4. Finance & Business
    • Business Management***
    • Financial Services***
  • Education, Child Development, and Family Services
    • Child Development
  • Health Science and Medical Technology
    • Patient Care*
  • Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation
    • Food Service and Hospitality
  • Information and Communication Technologies
    • Software and Systems Development
    • Games and Simulation
  • Public Services
    • Emergency Response
*Courses offered at Chaparral High School and Serrano High School
**Courses offered at Chaparral High School
***Courses offered at Snowline Adult School

Snowline participates in 3 Student Organizations (CTSO's):

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
A student organization whose mission is to promote career opportunities in health care and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
FFA is a national student organization for agriculture education students in grades 9–12.

SkillsUSA is a national student organization for industrial and technical education programs.



Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V) State Plan

CTE Core Performance Indicators

Under Perkins IV, states are required to report annually on the following core indicators of performance. States are also required to report disaggregated data on the performance of students by race, ethnicity, gender, and special population categories.
For more information, please see the CTE CDE website.