The Business/Marketing Education provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary for economic success in the 21st century. This dynamic and challenging program prepares students for the accelerated changes taking place in the competitive business world. Business/Marketing student organizations (FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America)are an integral part of classroom instruction. These co-curricula organizations provide students with opportunities to develop leadership skills through activities that are member-planned,member-directed, and member-centered.
In Hospitality and Tourism, students are introduced to the skills sets need to pursue a a career in hospitality and tourism,recreation, travel and tourism, lodging, restaurant and food and beverage services, safety and sanitation, customer relations, and quality services.
The JROTC program motivates young people to be better citizens. The Course of Studies has a very high correlation to the ACT and Common Core Standards and Objectives. The curriculum is based on a systematic progression of learning that is designed for students' development at each level. In addition to the emphasis placed on citizenship and leadership, the curriculum incorporates health/wellness, basic First Aid, CPR, Drug Abuse Prevention, Presidential Physical Fitness Program, American History, techniques of communications, safety, human relations,technology awareness and career opportunities.
Music Performance provides students the opportunity to learn the basic fundatmentals whether listening, performing or creating instrumental pieces. The musical development through the study of rhythm, scale, and tone production will be stressed.
Cosmotology exposes students to the fundamental principles of hair care and design. Students also gain initial practical experience in sanitation, shampooing, hair shaping, hairstyling, and chemical and color services.