Pathways Overview

We offer a variety of Academic and Career pathway options designed to give our students a head start to their next step in life. Pathways are clustered by content area, theme and interests.
The courses are sequenced to give all students a hands-on approach that connects the skills they learn at school with the skills they will need in college or for a career.
 
We have designed The Pathways to Success Guide as a tool for families to reference as they create a academic plan.
 
Here is a brief overview of some of the pathways we offer:
 
 
 

Visual and Performing Arts

Careers in this pathway include commercial photographers, graphic designers, cinematographers, film/video editors, journalists, radio and TV announcers and web page designers.

 

Business

Careers in this pathway include entrepreneur, sales, marketing, computer/information systems, finance accounting, personnel, economics, management, account executive, agent, broker, business development manager, sales and marketing associates. 

 

Audio/Media Production

Careers in this pathway include engineering, Audio Engineering, Mixing Engineer, Studio Engineer, Broadcast News Reporter, Entertainment Reporter.

 

Fashion Design

Careers in this pathway include apparel construction, pattern makers, retail merchandisers, fashion illustrators, costume designers, personal stylists, fashion writers, boutique owners, textile artists and more. 

 

Medical Science 

Careers in this pathway include physicians, physical therapists, physician assistants, athletic trainers, physicians, nurses, and the various people who assist them in the delivery of care.

 

Culinary Arts (Food and Hospitality Services)

Careers in this pathway include working in food service, catering, restaurants or hotels as a chef, manager,  owner.

 

Computer Science/Engineering

Careers in this pathway include support specialist, computer programmer, quality assurance tester, Web developer, IT technician Systems analyst, Network engineer, user experience designer. Engineering (aerospace, chemical, electrical, mechanical), manufacturing, construction, service and related technologies.

To learn more about any of the pathways available to you and how they align with individual academic skill levels use the menu to the the right.
 
The Norman Guide is also a great resource for more information about graduation requirements and course descriptions.