Career Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) integrates core academic knowledge with technical and occupational skills to prepare students for post-secondary education and career placement. Our program is integrated with all of the secondary courses of study through career pathways. After leaving high school, students may continue training at colleges, universities and technical schools.
We provide extensive career development and offer our students knowledge for ongoing transitions into postsecondary education and beyond. At Harrison High School, we are dedicated to introducing our students to the latest technology and to providing them the opportunity to use this technology on a daily basis. We emphasize personal social development, educational achievement, career management, and lifelong learning.
We invite you to browse through our catalog of available Career Education courses.
Georgia's Career Pathways serve as guides for providing knowledge and skills that students need for their defined pathways. Our pathways blend rigorous academic and technical skills that allow students to discover their interests and passions.
- Audio Visual Technology and Film
- Business and Finance
- Early Childhood Care and Education
- Graphic Communications
- Graphic Design
- Marketing and Management
- Sports and Entertainment Marketing
- Therapeutic Services/Sports Medicine
- Georgia DOE Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education
- CTAE Course of Study
- CTAE Scholarship Application
- Course Catalog
CAREER EDUCATION STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
|Amy Robertson||Department Chair/Business and Technology|
|Adam Freeman||Health Science|
|Tracey Hotchkiss||Graphic Design|
|Terry Kemp||Sports and Entertainment Marketing|
|Bill Phelps||A/V Technology|
|Mary Catherine Phyfe|
|Amy Robertson||Business and Technology|
|Gina Tanner||Early Childhood Development|
|Carey Ward||Graphic Design|