Academic Pathways



Arts and Humanities Pathway
This pathway allows students to explore careers in the Arts and Humanities.  Students who choose this pathway may be interested in careers such as producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, publishing multimedia content, visual and performing arts, design, journalism, entertainment or other related fields. Students may elect to participate in a field study experience which reflects the skills and competencies needed to be successful in this field.

Business, Marketing, and Finance Pathway
This pathway allows students to explore careers in Business, Marketing, and Finance. Students who choose this pathway may be interested in careers such as planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to business operations. They may also be interested in finance and investment, marketing, entrepreneurial endeavors, or have other business related interests. Students may elect to participate in a field study experience which reflects the skills and competencies needed to be successful in this field.

Education Pathway
This pathway allows students to explore careers in education as a way to teach and inspire others.  Students who choose this pathway may be interested in careers such as a teacher, counselor, specialist, librarian, coach or administrator.  This pathway also aligns to the skills needed to lead training for employees in a business or industry. Students completing this pathway may elect to participate in a field study experience which reflects the skills and competencies needed to be successful in this field.

STEM and Computer Science Pathway
This pathway allows students to explore careers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science. Students who choose this pathway may be interested in planning, managing and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (e.g., physical science, engineering).  Students may also be interested in the medical field, information technology occupations or other related fields. Students completing this pathway may elect to participate in a field study experience which reflects the skills and competencies needed to be successful in this field.

Undeclared
This pathway is intended for students still exploring areas of interest.  In addition to taking a variety of electives, students may choose to enroll in a half or full credit field study for the opportunity to further investigate a potential career.  Students in the undeclared pathway are required to meet the general graduation requirements.

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