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Career Technical Education

Vision & Mission

Oceanside High School Career Technical Education (CTE) (Formally: Regional Occupational Program ROP) is part of the The San Diego County CTE. Teachers are credentialed by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing and the program is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). 

CTE provides leadership for other career preparation initiatives in order to develop a comprehensive School-to-Career system. These include Tech Prep, Carl Perkins, School-to-Career, Post-Secondary Articulation, Career Academies, worksite learning and the development of career paths and career majors.

Vision: The CTE will involve all students in a rigorous education for the 21st century dynamic global workforce.

Mission: The CTE mission is to prepare all students to be college and career ready.  

Faist, Chandra
Martinelli, Nancy
Moodie, Justin
Roy, Kim
Teacher/Health Academy
Ruez, Paul
Teacher Photography & Animation
Zimmerman, Frank