Career & Technology

The Career & Technology Studies (CTS) program helps you discover your interests and abilities in practical and purposeful ways. The entire CTS program centers around five industry clusters and 28 occupational areas organized into one-credit courses. You may elect to pursue CTS courses at introductory, intermediate or advanced levels through the following pathways:

  • The Exploratory pathway allows you to take a wide range of CTS courses.
  • The Specialized skill pathway provides you with the knowledge, skills and attributes that will prepare you for specific community or job-site skills.
  • The Credentialed pathway provides you with post-secondary and/or business and industry credentials or articulation – for example: Child Care First Aid; Adobe Certified Expert.

We encourage you to expand your career goals and interests and connect CTS to other subjects.



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Great to see so many students together to cheer on @CanadaSoccerEN during lunch today. https://t.co/HIIhgArJdt

RT @UsihChristopher: So pleased to engage with this inspiring group of young leaders! The 2022-23 Chief Superintendent Student Advisory Council represents high school students across #WeAreCBE. Thanks to staff advisors, school leaders, teachers, and Diversity&Inclusion for empowering student voice! https://t.co/CpbDDbpOxS

Competing at the @FTCTeams Southern Alberta Tournament of the season being hosted at @JCS_Ravens https://t.co/fIgqYTkAEB

RT @Chelsea_OLeary: Huge thank you to both @MandelaUnited and @ABE_Aberhart students for helping our robotics team troubleshoot several issues we had tonight with our robot. They exemplified gracious professionalism. 👏🤩 #WeAreCBE @ValleyCreekCBE https://t.co/vgK91KIhK1

Mandela's Creative Writing and 20-1 pre-AP students embarked on a sensory odyssey in a workshop with local spoken word artist and Canada Arts Council grant recipient, @MirandaKPoet, crafting 'Post-it Poetry' and playing with descriptive 'Weird Words.' https://t.co/j05GgQGUae

2021-2022 Yearbooks are available for pickup on Wednesday November 16th from 4:00pm-6:15pm inside the front foyer.

An amazing day of musical learning and growth for 70 of our music students at the MRU Conservatory today! Thank you to all the clinicians for helping our students develop their musical skills @MRUConservatory #wearecbe https://t.co/IJ9GiRQuBG

Lard. Not just for cooking! https://t.co/Gk3qqOhd5l

Staff started their day at 5 different sites and take advantage of the land based resources/guides provided by @USAYcalgary @fortcalgary and @Indigenous_cbe before gathering as a whole staff this afternoon for @DrMakokis keynote. #wearecbe

RT @KeshEd_: It was great to see multiple schools come together to learn from the land this morning at the Nose Hill Siksikaitsitapi Medicine Wheel. @MandelaUnited @Indigenous_cbe https://t.co/L5Iogur08w