Today's Lancers,

Tomorrow's Leaders

This site is your one-stop shop for all things CTE related. It is a living document and as such will be constantly updated. The work-based learning continuum immediately below is the map CTE teachers strive to follow to ensure students are completing a proper sequence of skill-building opportunities to prepare them for careers within their industry field. This is a living document and is constantly changing.

There are many links and resources . . . so click away. If you have any questions, comments, concerns please email:

During the four years at Lakewood High School, the CTE department is dedicated to creating an environment for students to discover and train for whatever dream career they may have. These include:

  • Finding their strengths and interests

  • Exploring career clusters

  • Understanding post-secondary education options

  • Completing career research

  • Goal setting

  • Practicing soft skills

  • Building relationships

  • Navigating workplace communication situations

  • Ensuring workplace ethics and behaviors are followed

  • Becoming familiar with industry technologies

  • Preparing for jobs via resume and cover letters

  • Developing confident interview skills

  • Completing a career portfolio

  • Managing the importance of financial literacy and budgets


Our Story:

The history of our department, including: courses added/deleted, grade trends and sequence completion rates.


Find links to the different CTE industry sequences we have at Lakewood High School. These links provide specific information for how ATM, DMAC, HOSM and Odyssey teach their specific industry standards. You can find common industry vocabulary, technology tools, career expectations, etc.


This section highlights the universal anchor standards all CTE pathways share. These are the standards used in the CTE department's common assessments as well as the semester career modules. These are the Career Readiness Standards that all teachers can align to.

Career Modules:

This section provides the content for the quarterly CTE department common assessments and the semester career modules. These can be the beginnings of bigger cross-curricular projects.


Find links to various sites and information that support CTE learning.

Student Assessments:

See samples and reflections from the career modules and, results from student surveys, grade trends, etc.


11 Elements:

Monitoring the ongoing work we're doing to meet the characteristics of an effective, high-quality CTE system.