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Okeechobee County School District Career & Technical Education Guide

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Okeechobee High School is home to eight Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs.  These CTE programs prepare students for occupations important to Florida and Okeechobee County's economic devlopment.  They also allow students to learn in a practical, hands-on environment.  With the help of partners in education, business and industry, and trade associations, each program includes the acadmemic and technical skills required to be successful in today's economy.  Many students leave OHS with industry certifications to help them in their careers and continuing education at the postsecondary (college) level.

Okeehobee County School District Career & Technical Education Programs of Study

Career Pathways from Okeechobee High School to Indian River State College

Okeechobee High School and IRSC Articulation Agreements (CTE Programs at OHS = College Credits at IRSC)