Registering for Classes:
Career Education Center courses are designed for grade 11 and 12 high school students living in Ventura County. Course offerings vary by school district, based on grant funding of programs. Students should check with their individual schools to better understand Career Education offerings available to meet each student's educational plan. Transportation is provided for afternoon classes to the Career Education Centers from many public high school sites in Ventura County.
High School Students:
Students who would like to register for classes held at one of our centers during the regular school day should meet with the high school counselor to ensure the class is part of the student's educational plan. Students may register for classes directly by completing an Intent to Register form through the district links above. Courses are designed to be high-quality CTE programs preparing students for post-secondary studies in career fields and/or to move directly into the workforce. Courses are not designed to be credit recovery programs.
Summer 2020: Learn about careers in Healthcare through the HOPE program at Ventura County Medical Center. Applications are due April 26. Learn more and apply here.
Adult School Students:
Many evening classes are open to adult students. Adult course offerings will be posted in April 2020 for the 2020-2021 school year.