Career Technical Education programs across the country are offering high school students a vocational approach to earning their high school degree. At Woodward Career Technical High School, students learn construction skills and are able to begin working before graduation.
Students who like to work with their hands are introduced to the theory and business of construction. They learn the math and physics involved in construction and how to set up a small business. The hands-on, computer-based training helps students earn apprenticeship credits and land summer jobs in construction.
Watch the video above to learn more about the program or visit Woodward's Building Technologies website page.