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Career and Technology Studies

Career & Technology Studies/Foundations

The Career & Technology Studies (CTS) program helps you acquire the knowledge, skills and attitude for a career that is relevant to your interests. The entire CTS program centers around five industry clusters and 28 occupational areas organized into one-credit courses. Are you interested in culinary arts, robotics, or manufacturing? Perhaps you want to explore how to build your own business, or stream your own video content to viewers around the globe? At Louis St. Laurent you have many opportunities to pursue your interests within multiple CTS course clusters at introductory, intermediate and advanced levels through the following pathways:

  • Business Administration & Information Technologies Studies (BIT)
  • Health, Recreation & Human Services (HRH)
  • Media, Design & Communication (MDC)
  • Trades, Manufacturing & Transportation (TMT)

In addition, Louis St. Laurent has a tremendous Sports Performance program which runs underneath the CTS clusters. In CTS students are allowed to follow their own interests to expose themselves to new career pathways that they may have not even considered.

Complementary Course Offerings: (2019-2020)

Students can explore the following professional areas:

  • Computer Science
  • Construction
  • Design
  • Foods & Culinary Arts
  • Business Management and Marketing
  • Photography
  • Video and Broadcasting
  • Fashion Studies
  • Legal Studies

For more information on a particular course offering, please visit the CTS on-line resource:

https://www.ctslouisstlaurent.com

Extra-Curricular Areas:

Louis St. Laurent is proud to offer students the opportunity to explore their own interests, while allowing students to discover possible careers in a variety of professional areas. In addition, students who are enrolled within CTS programs have the opportunity to participate in a world class competition every year at Skills Alberta. https://skillsalberta.com/

We believe that what students experience outside of the classroom is just as valuable as what goes on inside. As such, Louis’ students also have a variety of extra-curricular opportunities that relate to the CTS course offerings:

  • Robotics Club
  • Yearbook & Photography Club
  • Set Design and Construction
  • Broadcasting Club
  • Louis TV
  • Alberta Skills Boat Race

Pathways Planning – Career & Technology Foundations

Career development requires students to develop enthusiasm for lifelong learning, which begins early. The Career & Technology Foundations (CTF) program encompasses students in grades 7 through 9. Students within the Louis St. Laurent Junior High have access to excellent teachers and facilities within Design, Fashion, Foods, Robotics, Construction and Communication Technologies. Students within CTF have an opportunity to develop and apply the skills, knowledge and technologies associated with those occupational areas.