CTAE (Career Technical Agricultural Education) 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 postsecondary education.
    Career pathways are state-approved career enhancement programs as a coherent, articulated sequence of three rigorous academic and career-related courses usually commencing in the 9th or 10th grade.  
    Luella High School offers the following pathways: 

    Audio Tech & Film Pathway

    Early Childhood Education Pathway

    Engineering Pathway

    Healthcare Services-Allied Health Career Pathway

    JROTC-Naval Science Pathway 

    Marketing Management Career Pathway 

    Public Safety Pathway 

    Work-Based Learning

    Many pathways conclude with an assessment which leads to an industry-recognized certificate or licensure.
     CTAE Department Faculty
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    Melissa Hill | Work-Based Learning - CTAE Department Chair

    Brandon Williams | Audio Tech & Film

    Michael Brackett | Healthcare Science

    Lyneisha Fletcher | Early Childhood Education

    April Mitchell | Computing Pathway

    Roslyn Evans-Nwokocha | Public Safety

    Lace Brooking | Engineering

    | Marketing