DeKalb High School of Technology-South students share valuable learning experiences for members of the Board of Education and community.
Students take relevant and rigorous Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) courses throughout the year at DeKalb High School of Technology South Career and Technical Education Center, including career pathways in Healthcare Science (Medical and Nursing), Computer Science, Law & Justice, Audio Video Technology & Film, Teaching as a Profession, Automotive Technology, Cosmetology, Barbering, and Manufacture Engineering.
One of the school’s goals is to strive to ensure that students graduate from high school with a career focus, completing a career pathway, and an industry recognized certification. The programs are designed to bring “real-world” standards and expectations into high school by increasing student engagement in and completion of CTE programs and course sequences that culminates in such credentials.
Students had the privilege to share their learning experiences to members of the BOE and community on Monday, March 20, 2017. The students excelled in their presentations as they each shared their accolades of accomplishments and achievements while in their perspective career pathways this school year.
The DeKalb HS Technology South student presenters included Kariyah Muhammad, Eric Patterson, Tierran Terrell, Desmond Rocker, James Shaw, Ta’Manda Leatherwood, Jawanna Swift, Marvin Hernandez, Autumn Green, Chawne Harris, Stanford Smith, Rachel Cumberlander and Daijah Travis.