David Doulgas CTE, as part of the Mt. Hood CTE Consortium, provides multiple programs of
The goal of the Mt Hood Regional CTE Consortium is "to develop the academic and CTE skills of students to ensure America's global competitiveness through programs of study, partnerships with employers, and further education and careers."
Note: A number of DDHS CTE courses will be available to receive college credit through Mt. Hood's "College Now" program. See the "Earn College Credit" section (under "Resources") of this website for more details.
Business & ManagementBusiness Department offers the opportunity for students to develop skills in Microsoft software applications, accounting business and management, marketing, multi-media presentations, programming, and personal finance. This wide range of course content will enable students to choose a specific area of interest and better prepare them for their future careers.
Current course offerings include: Advertising; Selling; Microsoft Office; Introduction to Web Design; Web Media/Dreamweaver; Intro to Business; Introduction to Digital Media; Photoshop for Advertising; Introduction to Programming and Database; Advanced Programming; and Accounting.
**New courses for 2014-2015: Entrepreneurship I & II.
It is the Health Department's Goal to educate and assist each student in understanding the important concepts of health and wellness. Students are given the tools to develop strong health practices and
Current course offerings include: Health Sciences I & II; Anatomy and Physiology.
Courses in this department will introduce the study of natural resources in a classroom setting. There wil be a focus on CTE skills and careers within the natural resources field. Concepts will include systems, biomes, forest biology, forest ecology, silvicuture, water resources, fish and wildlife management, and fire ecology.
Current course offerings include: Natural Resources I & II
Early Childhood Education
Current course offerings include: Relationships and Marriage; Family Development; Early Childhood Education I & II; Early Childhood Cadet.
The Industrial Technology program is unique in that students learn about industry and industrial processes by actually engaging in many of the processes. Skills and attitudes developed will help them in their avocations and vocations after graduation. A broad variety of industrial subjects is offered. These include drafting, electronics, mechanics, metalworking, and woodworking. Young men and women pursuing educational and other goals not in the industrial area can, if they meet prerequisites, take any of the elective courses in Industrial Technology which may be of interest or that may help round out their education.
Current course offerings include: Introduction to Auto; Small Engines; Advanced Automotive; and Scots Auto.
Current course offerings include: Introduction to Electronics; Advanced Electronics; Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD); and Advanced AutoCAD.
**New courses for 2014-2015: Robotics; and Pre-Engineering.