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Career and Technical Education 

In an effort to equip and prepare students for their future careers and post-secondary education in a globally competitive 21st century environment, the William Floyd School District continues to add new and exciting academic opportunities for students with our Career and Technical Education (CTE) academy programs.

The goal of our CTE program, along with the already thriving Business Education Department, is to give students a variety of options to explore their interests and get a head start on their secondary education or careers.  Please view our course offerings listed below for additional information.

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The William Floyd School District is preparing to enter Stage III of its re-opening plan, which includes welcoming in-person students back to school five days per week beginning on March 22 for grades K-5 and on April 6 for grades 6-12. The all-virtual learning option will also continue to be available for the remainder of this school year.

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Ninety percent -- a number that seemed unattainable 14 years ago when the William Floyd High School graduation rate stood at 62% -- is now a reality. The district achieved this milestone this past August as summer school graduates elevated the record June rate of 88.7% to the 90% threshold.

CTE Course Offerings