Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) programs provide students meaningful activities that connect academics to business and industry. Pike County High School CTAE offers programs in Agriculture, Business, and Health Science. Each area of concentration provides students a series of courses that make up a career pathway. Agriculture pathways include Agriculture Mechanics, Food Animal Systems, and Plant & Landscape Systems. Business pathways include Business & Technology and Entrepreneurship. The Health Science pathway is Therapeutic Services / Allied Health and Medicine. Courses in each of these pathways focus on student use of academic skill through relevant hands on application.
Agriculture students will be able to independently use their learning to demonstrate knowledge of all aspects of the agricultural industry from the producer through the agricultural process to the end consumer; demonstrate selected competencies in leadership through the FFA and agricultural industry organizations; demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.
Business students will be able to independently use their knowledge of effective business practices and a variety of technology to create original products and communicate business solutions.
Healthcare Students will apply their understanding of homeostasis to report deviations to the appropriate personnel in a clinical setting; they will apply their understanding of HCS to develop a career path.
Yearbooks on sale now for $60. PRICES WILL INCREASE TO $75 after October 6. The last date to pre-purchase will be December 16.
Interested in being a substitute?
Just fill out an application online at www.pike.k12.ga.us. Look under the "Job Listings" tab. You must attend Sub Training to be eligible. Cost is $40. Training is held at Griffin RESA 770-229-3247. Three hour training from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Upcoming training dates:
July 12, July 26, August 16, August 30, and September 13.
More dates in October - March 2017