Career & Technical Education (CTE)


Culinary Arts
» 2019-2020 CTE Report

Career and technical education programs offer a sequence of courses that provides students with coherent and rigorous content. CTE content is aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in current or emerging professions.

Marshall ISD has seen significant growth in some areas of its CTE program, with still more room for improvement in others. Student participation in CTE courses at Marshall High School stands at 87 percent for the 2019-2020 school year.

At Marshall Junior High School, students participation in CTE classes and programs has nearly doubled in the last year, from 176 students enrolled in 2018-2019 to 303 in 2019-2020.

Programs of study in Marshall CTE include:

  • Accounting & Financial Services
  • Business Management
  • Welding
  • Teaching and Training
  • Animal Science
  • Applied Agricultural Engineering
  • Plant Science
  • Automotive
  • Culinary Arts
  • Design and Multimedia Arts
  • Digital Communications
  • Healthcare Therapeutic
  • Legal Studies
  • Engineering

MISD has been working with TSTC-Marshall to increase exposure of the dual credit "Mav Tech" program and is hopeful that more students will take advantage of this opportunity in 2020-2021.

Goals for the 2020-2021 school year include continuing to increase student certifications in every program of study; increase enrollment in TSTC “Mav Tech” program; start an Engineering Program of Study; and work with counselors to add more CTE classes at Marshall High School.

The plan also includes the creation of classes for the MISD STEM program, which will debut at Marshall High School next year.
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