The Career and Technology Studies (CTS) program is designed to develop skills that senior high school students can apply in their daily lives when preparing for entry into the workplace or for further personal learning opportunities and areas of interest. Through the CTS program, students are provided with opportunities to personalize their learning, and identify and explore their interests.

Saint Francis offers a wide scope of CTS courses, taught by teachers with great passion for their specific subject area. This passion is shared with the students through up-to-date equipment and well equipped lab facilities to enhance the learning experience.

  • Animation 10/20/30 (3 credits)
  • Business and Commerce 10 (5 credits)
  • ComputerWorx 10/20/30 (3 credits)
  • Computer Science 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Construction Technologies 10/20 (3 or 5 credits) 30 (5 credits)
  • Cosmetology 10/20/30/31 (3 to 10 credits)
  • Culinary Arts 10 (3 or 5 credits) 20/30 (5 credits)
  • Culinary Intermediate 10 (5 credits)
  • Design Studies 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Foods 10/20/30 (3 or 5 credits)
  • Foundations of Fitness 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Foundations of Fitness for Girls 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Legal Studies 20 and 30 (3 credits)
  • Mechanics 10 M/F and 20 (3 credits) 30 (5 credits)
  • New Media 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Sports Medicine 10/20/30 (3 credits)

Career and Technology Studies

The Career and Technology Studies (CTS) program is designed to develop skills that senior high school students can apply in their daily lives when preparing for entry into the workplace or for further personal learning opportunities and areas of interest. Through the CTS program, students are provided with opportunities to personalize their learning, and identify and explore their interests.

Saint Francis offers a wide scope of CTS courses, taught by teachers with great passion for their specific subject area. This passion is shared with the students through up-to-date equipment and well equipped lab facilities to enhance the learning experience.

  • Animation 10/20/30 (3 credits)
  • Business and Commerce 10 (5 credits)
  • ComputerWorx 10/20/30 (3 credits)
  • Computer Science 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Construction Technologies 10/20 (3 or 5 credits) 30 (5 credits)
  • Cosmetology 10/20/30/31 (3 to 10 credits)
  • Culinary Arts 10 (3 or 5 credits) 20/30 (5 credits)
  • Culinary Intermediate 10 (5 credits)
  • Design Studies 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Foods 10/20/30 (3 or 5 credits)
  • Foundations of Fitness 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Foundations of Fitness for Girls 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Legal Studies 20 and 30 (3 credits)
  • Mechanics 10 M/F and 20 (3 credits) 30 (5 credits)
  • New Media 10/20/30 (5 credits)
  • Sports Medicine 10/20/30 (3 credits)