This survey asks questions about your general perception of career and technical education programs offered at the North Pike Career and Technical Center.  The Career and Technical Center currently offers five two-year programs which are Agriculture and Natural Resources, Business and Marketing, Health Science, Teacher Academy, and Welding.


North Pike Career and Technical Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, or disability in its programs, activities, or employment.                                     

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* 3. CTE courses are easy.

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* 4. CTE classes engage students and get then excited about learning.

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* 5. CTE classes stress academic achievement as much as they do technical skills.

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* 6. Students enrolled in CTE programs tend to be well prepared academically.

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* 7. School Counselors are knowledgeable about career pathways.

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* 8. Our schools adequately prepare students for success in the workforce beyond high school.

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* 9. CTE classes teach students basic skills that will serve them well in this economy.

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* 10. CTE classes teach students transferable skills that will serve students well in this economy.

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* 11. Students who take CTE classes are better prepared for employment than those that do not take CTE classes.

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* 12. I am aware of the CTE certificate.

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* 13. I am aware of the individual career and academic plan (ICAP).

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* 14. Career and Technical Education can be a pathway into college for some students.

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* 15. CTE classes are just as important as subjects such as Math, English, Science and Social Studies.

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