• (Enrichment or Credit Recovery) 


    Date: January 10 - June 1, 2023

    Time: Monday - Thursday, 4:15 - 6:15 p.m. 

    Credits Earned: 10

    Transportation will be provided to and from homeschool to SVCTE.

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    Classes Offered: 

    CTE Class


    Additional Information

    Medical Assisting


    UC “g” college prep elective 

    The Medical Assistant course prepares students to work in doctors' offices, clinics, hospitals, and other related health settings. The emphasis is on back office clinical skills. In addition to employability and professionalism, this course will include: medical terminology, Vitals medical/surgical asepsis, and laboratory procedures with diagnostic testing, CPR certification and skills to assist with physical exams, minor surgery, injections and blood draws.

    Pharmacy Careers


    UC "g" college prep elective

    The Pharmacy Technician extended learning after-school program is designed to be an engaging and interactive course designed to introduce students to the origins and history of pharmacy,  pharmacy practice in both the community and institutional pharmacy settings, pharmacy and medical terminology, reading and interpreting prescriptions as well as drug names and classes. Students will gain knowledge about the profession of pharmacy and how to pursue a career in pharmacy as a pharmacy technician or a pharmacist. 

    Veterinary Science


    UC "g" college prep elective

    Information on animal health care for pet owners. The class will provide up-to-date, and trusted information on common diseases and conditions of pets; as well as animal behavior and handling. The class will reflect information from veterinary texts for the pet owner.  

    Medical Science/Health Careers


    UC "d", "g" college prep elective

    Exploring the world of Medical Science & Health Careers. This program offers 10 credits and satisfies the UC "g" and "d". Looking in depth at the various medical career pathways from the surgery department, nursing field, public health, nutrition to mental health. Laboratory work includes but is not limited to surgical sutures, blood typing, vital signs, infection control, and glucose testing. Exciting topics will be covered in the realm of Anatomy & Physiology, diseases, and social and emotional learning. Social & Emotional Learning involves the migration of art and science. Students will learn about mental health issues and the different techniques and modalities to thrive professionally and personally.

    Fashion Design and Textile Art


    UC "f" college prep elective

    The course offers a hands-on introduction to the fashion industry and business practices. Students will explore the potential careers they can part in as up-and-coming designers and entrepreneurs. The class explores different art mediums including screen-printing, sewing, and pattern making, draping, and drawing. Students will examine first-hand the business aspects of the fashion industry and develop their own original apparel designs. The goal of the course is to engage students in the fashion industry by exploring business practices, gaining the necessary skills to move forward in applying to colleges, job placement, and starting their own apparel business. Students will experience the world of fashion from the studio to the runway.



    UC "g" college prep elective

    This course is designed to fill a critical and demanding need for cyber threat intelligence and defense personnel in both public and private sectors. The program focuses on educating and training the new wave of cyber specialists with the ability to track, analyze and counter digital security threats. This form of security intelligence is a blend of physical reconnaissance and defense with modern information technology techniques. Proactive cyber defense is the direction of the future; the gathering of information about trends and behaviors of adversaries in anticipation of opposing attacks against computers and networks.