Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education(CTAE)
Welcome to Dutchtown High School Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education. CTAE students graduate with the academic skills, hands-on experience in real work environments, and intensive career guidance required to successfully transition to a two-year or four-year college, the military, or other post-secondary education.CTAE can help ensure that all students graduate from high school with academic and career skills required to succeed in the 21st Century workplace.
We offer career pathway courses in a variety of program areas. Program concentrations include:
- Agriculture Audio-Video Technology and Film
- Financial Services
- Early Childhood Education
- Engineering and Technology
- Nutrition and Food Science
- Healthcare Science
- Computer Science
Mission StatementHenry County Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education programs will provide a rigorous, relevant, and technologically advanced curriculum that will be available to all Henry County students, teaching them how to be life-long learners while preparing them for the transition to secondary, post-secondary, and employment endeavors.Professional Dress DayThe CTAE department promotes a department-wide Professional Dress Day on the last Wednesday of each month. Students are expected to dress in casual business attire. This includes, but is not limited to, a shirt with a collar; black, blue, or khaki slacks or skirts; professional shoes. Business attire does not include jeans, shorts, flip flops, or athletic shoes. Scrubs may be worn for appropriate classes. Students will have to wear this attire for the duration of the school day to receive credit. The grading of the Professional Dress will be at the discretion of the teacher.
Last Modified on August 18, 2022