About Career and Technical Education
Career and technical education in Frisco ISD equips students with the future-ready skills necessary to take their next best step. Through intentional and meaningful programming and learning opportunities, students may begin their learning at their home campus and continue with advanced courses offered at our Career and Technical Education Center.
If you want to learn more about what future ready means in Frisco ISD, please see our Profile of a Future-Ready Learner.
Frisco ISD families with students in grades 8-11 can learn more about the career and technical education (CTE) programs and dual credit offerings available to them by watching the webinar recording below!
January 11, 2022 Career and Technical Education Night (Grades 8-11) | Recording
The mission of Career and Technical Education is to prepare students to succeed in high demand occupations within the competitive global economy and to provide students with the academic skills necessary to continue their education in post-secondary schools. Career and Technical Education can help students explore their potential and establish future career goals. Students can use the Career Programs of Study to choose courses that interest them. Students do not need to take every course listed under each grade level as there are many options within each program.