Career and Technical Education

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    The Clay County District Schools is proud to offer robust Career and Technical (CTE) programs at each Junior High and Senior High School.  Students in 7th thru 12th grade are introduced to a wide variety of career paths with the ultimate goal of students being college AND career ready.  Students are able to choose from the following areas:

    • Aerospace

    • Agriscience

    • Automotive

    • Build and Design (Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC, Drafting)

    • Business and Finance

    • Criminal Justice and Public Safety

    • Culinary Arts

    • Early Childhood Education

    • Engineering and Robotics

    • Health Science

    • Hospitality

    • Information Technology

    • Photography and TV Production

    • Welding 

    Students can participate in work-based learning activities in and outside the classroom, work with business partners, take field trips, participate in Career Shadowing, earn nationally-recognized industry certification and join Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs).   Our 130+ teachers serve thousands of students each year.  Teachers are masters in their field and are certified by the Department of Education or come from industry and are issued a district certified through the state.    

    Business partners and community leaders provide real-world experiences for CTE students by hosting field trips, serving as guest speakers, conducting mock job interviews, serving as competition judges, and more!  Business partners also serve on 14 different advisory boards where they advise, assist, and advocate for CTE programs. 

Contact Us

  • Career and Technical Education
    2306 Kingsley Avenue Building 17
    Orange Park, FL 32073
    Ph: 904-336-4500
    Fax: 904-336-4465

CTE Leadership

  • Alice Paulk, Supervisor, Program Implementation

    Kelly Mosley, Supervisor, Community and Business Partnership

    MeMe Hall, CTE Specialist
    Mary White, Administrative Secretary

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  • Notice of Non-discrimination-Employment and Participation in Programs: Discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, marital status, age, national origin, or disability is prohibited in the employment of personnel in the provision of educational programs and in the conduct of the business affairs of the Clay County school system, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated patriotic groups.  All vocational opportunities are offered without regard to race, color, national origin,sex or disability.  English language skills will not be a factor in admission.  Applicants to the "Academies of Clay" should contact the appropriate school to inquire about admission criteria.  Any discrimination allegations or harassment of a student should be reported to either the local school or attendance or: Treasure Pickett, Director of Academic Services - (904) 336 - 6918.