Career and Technical Education students have the opportunity to acquire skills that prepare them for successful career entry. These skills are transferable as well as job specific.

Roseville Community Schools is dedicated to the success of all our students. Career and Technical Education teachers are actively working with other teachers and administrators to align standards and develop strategies that will support interaction in the core areas of math, English, science and social studies.

Career and Technical Education Opportunities

Each year, the Roseville High School District offers career and technical education programs at Roseville High School.  These programs are designed to prepare youth for a broad range of employment and training services and are offered under the guidance of certified teachers, counselors, and cooperative education coordinators.  The following is a list of programs being offered this year.

Programs

  • Accounting
  • Auto Technology
  • Business
  • Childcare
  • Construction Trades
  • Hospitality Management
  • Machine Trades
  • Marketing
  • Web Design

All career and technical education programs follow the district’s policies of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, disability, height, weight, or marital status in all programs, services, activities, and employment.  In addition, arrangements can be made to ensure that the lack of English language proficiency is not a barrier to admission or participation.

For general information about these programs, contact:

David Rice, Career and Technical Education Director
Central Administration Office
Roseville Community Schools
8975 Church Street
Roseville, Michigan   48066
(586) 445-5508

Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be directed to:

Peter Hedemark, Assistant Superintendent
Roseville Community Schools
Central Administration Office
18975 Church Street
Roseville, Michigan   48066
(586) 445-5513

To obtain this information in Another Language, i.e., Spanish, call 445-5548

Career Technical Education Brochure

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Michigan Career Pathways Alliance

Students are unaware of, and don’t always have access to, the multiple pathways that lead to rewarding and good-paying jobs in Michigan.

Michigan is bursting at the seams with diverse career opportunities. The Professional Trades alone will account for more than 500,000 jobs in our state’s economy by 2024, adding 15,000 new jobs each year during that time.

The Michigan Career Pathways Alliance initiatives seek to improve access to multiple pathways to good jobs in Michigan.

Michigan State Wide Articulation Agreements - Secondary articulation agreements are formal agreements between a secondary and postsecondary institution that are designed to provide assist students in continuing their education after high school. An articulation agreement allows students to earn transferable academic credits after completing a CTE high school course. Learn more about CTE articulation agreements in Michigan.