(DEL VALLE, Texas) – In the 2017-2018 academic school year, Del Valle High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) students were awarded 493 industry recognized certifications and earned 751 college credit hours through the CTE program at Del Valle ISD.
By enrolling in the CTE program at Del Valle ISD, families saved $63,835 tuition fees and approximately $20,000 in books from Austin Community College (based on local rates as of spring 2018).
“With the 2018-19 addition of the Career and Technical Education Innovation Space, CTE will be 60,000+ square feet of classroom and maker spaces to enhance the current programming for our students,” Norris Sebastian, CTE Director, said.
The mission of the CTE program is to provide Del Valle High School students with relevant industry credentials while also providing college credit and experiences. The CTE program currently offers students 23 various industry-recognized certifications in health science, graphic design, visual communications, automotive services, information technology and more.