Career and Technical Education at EKHS prepares students for academic, technical, and work behavior skills to enter, compete, and advance in education and careers. Most of the EKHS CTE programs prepare students for a seamless transition from high school to postsecondary education and a career. Students are encouraged to complete a solid academic core and one or more CTE programs to prepare for their future success in a competitive global economy.
The major goals of East Kentwood High School's CTE programs are to:
Articulated College Credits
East Kentwood High School offers a variety of CTE programs/courses, many of which articulate with local colleges. Articulation allows students to earn free college credit by taking high school courses in approved CTE programs at EKHS.
Articulated College Credits can:
Area colleges that participate in articulate credits:
All Career and Technical/occupational Education opportunities are offered without regard to race, color, national origin, gender/sex, age or disability. The lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in career and technical education programs.
Kentwood Public Schools, together with the parents and the community, will educate all students in a safe, secure environment. We are committed to excellence, equity, and diversity in education. Our goal is for each student to master and apply the essential skills to be successful, productive citizens.
For Career and Technical Education information contact:
Justin Michalowski, CTE and Schools to Careers Coordinator, East Kentwood High School Guidance Office, 616-698-6700 ex42615
For Title IX, Section 504 compliance contact the Students Services Office at the Kentwood Public Schools Administration Office, 616-455-4400.