Career & Technical Education
Technical certifications can be earned by studying specific vocational skills. Some certifications can be completed while in high school, while others are completed while attending a 2-year college, technical school, for-profit institution, or in coordination with a non-profit organization. Credentials can be earned in as little as 6 weeks and are often stackable. Explore Texas Workforce Commission as a great resource for programming options.
Spring Branch ISD's Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Job skills training for students
SBISD's Career and Technical Education (CTE) connects students’ academic and technical education to the world of work.
CTE offers the following programs
- Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (ANFR)
- Architecture and Construction
- Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communication
- Business, Finance and Marketing
- Education and Training
- Health Science
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Human Services
- Information Technology
- Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security
Vist the CTE website to learn more about career and technical education in SBISD.