Career and Technical Education

  • Overview

    Career and Technical Education (CTE) in Freeport School District helps prepare students to succeed in high demand occupations by promoting quality instructional partnerships with business, industry, and the community to prepare students for employment, apprenticeship programs, and post-secondary education in a variety of competitive fields. Students participating in our CTE programs experience hands-on learning that reinforces the development of their critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and leadership skills while gaining industry-specific knowledge.


    CTE courses are aligned to applicable state, national, and industry standards.


    Middle grades (5-8) courses include business, computers, STEM, and woodworking.

    Students at Freeport High School are able to choose elective courses within career pathways. Pathways offered include agriculture, business, family consumer science, industrial technology. More details can be found in the FHS Course Catalog.