• CTE at Mountain View High School

    Arts, Media, and Entertainment

    Production and Managerial Arts (Film/Video Production): All careers in the Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector require “publication” or a public presentation in one way or another. Consequently, the Production and Managerial Arts pathway focuses on both the technical skills and the organizational and managerial knowledge necessary to bring arts, media, and  entertainment to the public. 

    Classes:

    • Introduction to Film/Video Production
    • Intermediate Film/Video Production
    • Advanced Film/Video Production

    Careers:

    • Event Planner
    • Producers/Directors for Theater, Television, Concerts, and Motion Picture
    • Stage Manager/Production Manager
    • Talent Management
    • Theatrical and Broadcast Technician

    Performing Arts (Professional Theatre): "Students will study a range of professional models from Broadway to regional to community theatre to identify established practices and basic competences required to create professional theatre."

    Classes:

    • Introduction to Theatre
    • Intermediate Professional Theatre
    • Advanced Professional Theatre

    Careers:

    • Actor/Actress
    • Dancer
    • Broadway Star
    • Singer

    Financial Services: Students investigate the field of financial management, including how it is impacted by industry standards as well as economic, financial, technological, international, social, legal, and ethical factors. Students formulate and interpret financial information for use in financial management decision-making, such as compliance and risk management.

    Classes:

    • Introduction to Business and Finance
    • Intermediate Financial Services and Banking
    • Advanced Financial Services

    Careers:

    • Accounts Payable Clerk
    • Investment Consultant
    • Tax Preparer
    • Auditor
    • Accountant

    Engineering and Architecture

    Zoo Crew (Engineering Design): The Engineering Design pathway provides learning opportunities for students interested in preparing for careers in the design and production of mechanical, electrical, and computer systems. Our Zoo Crew program is designed for students who wish to explore Engineering and Architecture, as it relates to wildlife conservation. Students will develop engineering-related problem solving and critical thinking skills that apply to the design engineering process as they solve project problems related to the welfare of wild animals.

    Classes:

    • Introduction to Engineering and Architecture
    • Intermediate Engineering Design
    • Advanced Engineering Design

    Careers:

    • Engineers
    • Mechanical Engineers 
    • Electrical Engineers
    • Civil Engineers 
    • Mechanical Drafters

    Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation

    Food Service and Hospitality: Students pursuing this career pathway have in-depth, hands-on experiences that emphasize industry awareness; sanitation and safe food handling; food and beverage production; nutrition; food service management; and customer service.

    Classes:

    • Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
    • Intermediate Food Service and Hospitality
    • Advanced Food Service and Hospitality

    Careers:

    • Food Expeditor
    • Restaurant Manager
    • Banquet and Catering Director
    • Research Chef
    • Executive Chef
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