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FCS CTAE Handbook 19-20

FCS CTAE Handbook 19-20

CAREER, TECHNICAL AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION


FULTON COUNTY SCHOOLS STRATEGIC PLAN

85% OF GRADUATES WILL ENROLL SEAMLESSLY
IN COLLEGE OR COMPLETE A CTAE PATHWAY AND
EARN INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED CERTIFICATION.

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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
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ELIGIBILITY FOR GRADUATION

STUDENT IS ELIGIBLE FOR GRADUATION BY MEETING THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:

23 UNITS OF APPROPRIATE CREDIT HAVE BEEN COMPLETED
STATE ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET
ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET

CORE COURSES + ELECTIVES = MINIMUM REQUIRED

15 CREDITS 8 CREDITS 23 CREDITS

COURSES AND UNITS REQUIRED
**UNDER THE NEW GRADUATION RULE FOR CLASS OF 2012 AND BEYOND

LANGUAGE ARTS SOCIAL STUDIES CAREER, TECHNICAL &
4 CREDITS 3 CREDITS AGRICULTURAL
EDUCATION
MATHEMATICS HEALTH / PE 3
4 CREDITS 1 CREDITS
SEQUENTIAL COURSES =
PATHWAY COMPLETER

.....

WORLD LANGUAGE

.....

FINE ARTS
3 CREDITS

SCIENCE ELECTIVES
4 CREDITS 4 CREDITS

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CAREER, TECHNICAL & AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION CAREER CLUSTERS
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Career, Technical and Agricultural Education at Fulton County Schools engages our students in
innovative and industry relevant curriculum and authentic learning experiences that allow
students to excel in postsecondary education and productive careers. The goal of the program is
to show students the relevance of what they’re learning in the classroom, whether they want to
attend a two-year college, a four-year university or other post-secondary options. Georgia’s Career
Clusters allow students to choose an area of interest in high school from the 16 clusters listed
below. Students take classes tailored to their cluster, which helps them navigate their way to
greater success – no matter what they choose to do after high school graduation. Each cluster will
include multiple career pathways consisting of three sequential courses. Students who complete a
pathway can take a certification exam. Certifications available can vary by school and pathway.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

4 AGRICULTURE, FOOD & 12 HOSPITALITY & TOURISM
NATURAL RESOURCES

5 ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION 13 HUMAN SERVICES

6 ARTS, A/V, TECHNOLOGY & 14 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
COMMUNICATIONS 15 LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY,

7 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & CORRECTIONS & SECURITY
ADMINISTRATION

8 EDUCATION & TRAINING SERVICES 16 MANUFACTURING

9 FINANCE 17 MARKETING
10 GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC 18 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY,

ADMINISTRATION ENGINEERING & MATH

11 HEALTHCARE SCIENCE 19 TRANSPORTATION,
DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

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AGRICULTURE, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES

T his career cluster prepares learners for careers in planning, implementation, production, management,
processing and/or marketing of agricultural commodities and services. This includes food, fiber, wood
products, natural resources, horticulture, and other plant and animal products. It also includes related
professional, technical and educational services. Employment opportunities will continue to increase for
those who provide and market an expanding array of food, forest, and veterinary medical consumer
products to a growing world population. Continued globalization of the food, agricultural and natural resources system
will increase opportunities for graduates who understand the socio-economic factors that define international markets.
Graduates who know how to satisfy the diverse consumer needs and preferences in different cultures, and who have the
language skills to communicate effectively, will have the best opportunities to be employed by the growing number of
multinational businesses.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Cambridge High School • Creekside High School

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Bear Creek Middle School

FAST FACTS FOOD
SCIENTIST
• GA universities are only producing 55% of needed agricultural workers
• One in seven Georgians are employed in agriculture related industries AVG.
• This career path is evolving with a growing reliance on advanced technology SALARY

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES FARM $62,910
MANAGER
• Agricultural Science I (Precision) VETERINARIAN
• Agricultural Business & Management (Precision) AVG.
• Agricultural Science II (Precision) SALARY AVG.
• Animal Science II (Precision) SALARY
• Veterinary Assistant (Precision) $45,000
$80,000

www.bls.gov

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ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION

T his career cluster prepares students for careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining
the building environment. People employed in this cluster work on new structures, restorations, additions,
alterations and repairs. Architecture and construction comprise one of the largest industries in the United
States. Based on the latest statistics, this career cluster has 13.8 million jobs. In the next few years, many new
jobs will be added and many employment opportunities will result from the need to replace experienced
workers who leave jobs.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Alpharetta High School • Roswell High School
- Construction/Carpentry
- Architecture, Drawing & Design
• College & Career Academy

- Construction/Carpentry

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Crabapple Middle School
• Elkins Pointe Middle School

FAST FACTS ARCHITECT

• 87% of construction firms say finding skilled workers is their top problem AVG.
• There are 180,000 construction workers in GA with the majority working in Atlanta SALARY
• Architects with green or sustainable design skills will be in high demand
$78,470

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES CIVIL CONSTRUCTION
ENGINEER MANAGER
• Certified Apprentice Drafter - • Carpentry (NOCTI)
Architectural (ADDA) • Carpentry (Skill Connect) AVG. AVG.
• Autodesk Revit Architecture • Carpentry Leel 1 Certification SALARY SALARY
(NCCER)
Certified User Exam $84,770 $91,370

• Architectural Drafting (NOCTI) • Architectural Drafting (Skill www.bls.gov

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ARTS, A/V, TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATIONS

T his career cluster prepares students interested in designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing,
and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and
entertainment services. It also prepares students to work in the AV communications industry including
manufacturing, selling, renting, designing, installing, integrating, operating, and repairing the
equipment of audiovisual communications. Students would be involved in the presentation of sound,
video, and data to groups in such venues as corporate boardrooms, hotels, convention centers, classrooms, theme
parks, stadiums, and museums. The major activity sectors in the AV communications industry are distributive service
firms (AV dealers, rental companies, consultants, designers, and related firms), manufacturers of AV presentations &
communications products, and large end-users.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER AVTF AUDIO/VIDEO, TECH & FILM GD GRAPHIC DESIGN

• Alpharetta HS AVTF • Johns Creek HS AVTF • Riverwood HS AVTF
• Cambridge HS AVTF • Langston Hughes HS GD • Roswell HS AVTF
• College & Career Academy AVTF • Frank McClarin HS GD • Tri-Cities HS AVTF GD
• Centennial HS AVTF • Milton HS AVTF • Westlake HS AVTF GD
• Chattahoochee HS GD • North Springs HS AVTF GD
• Creekside HS GD • Northview HS AVTF

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Autrey Mill MS AVTF • Crabapple MS GD • Sandy Springs MS AVTF
• Bear Creek MS GD • Renaissance MS GD • Webb Bridge MS AVTF
• Camp Creek MS AVTF GD • Sandtown MS GD

FAST FACTS CAMERA
OPERATOR
• Georgia’s film production workforce is rapidly growing with over 30K
film/video jobs in GA AVG.
SALARY
• The highest earning graphic designers make $83,000 or more
• GA is now the No. 1 filming location in the world $58,000
• Adobe skills used by graphic designers are in high demand nationally

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES ART DIRECTOR GRAPHIC
DESIGNER
• Adobe Certified Associate (ACA): Adobe Premiere Pro AVG.
• Television Production (NOCTI) SALARY AVG.
• Television Video Production (Skill Connect) SALARY
$95,000
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www.bls.gov


BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION

T he Business, Management and Administration Cluster prepares students for careers in planning, organizing,
directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Career
opportunities are available in every sector of the economy and require specific skills in organization, time
management, customer service and communication. Pathways in this cluster include Business/ Technology,
Entrepreneurship, and Human Resource Management.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Alpharetta High School • Frank McClarin High School • North Springs High School

• Benjamin Banneker High School • Hapeville Career Academy • Northview High School
• Riverwood High School
• Cambridge High School • Independence High School • Tri-Cities High School
• Centennial High School
• Johns Creek High School
• Chattahoochee High School • Langston Hughes High School • Westlake High School

• Creekside High School • Milton High School

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

A/V • Autrey Mill Middle School • Holcomb Bridge Middle School • Taylor Road Middle School
/V • Crabapple Middle School • Northwestern Middle School • Webb Bridge Middle School
• Elkins Pointe Middle School • River Trail Middle School • Woodland Middle School

FAST FACTS FINANCIAL
ADVISOR
• Georgia ranks #1 in US for best state for business
• There are 784,324 registered business establishments in GA AVG.
• 15 Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in metro Atlanta SALARY

$90,640

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES FINANCIAL LOGISTICIAN
ANALYST
• Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2010, 2013, 2016 AVG.
• Entrepreneur (OK CareerTech Testing) AVG. SALARY
• General Management (NOCTI) SALARY
$74,590
$84,300

www.bls.gov

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EDUCATION & TRAINING SERVICES

T his career cluster prepares students for careers in planning, managing and providing education and training
services, and related learning support services. Millions of people each year prepare for careers in education
and training in a variety of settings that offer academic instruction, technical instruction, and other education
and training services. A growing emphasis on improving education and making it available to more Americans
will increase the overall demand for workers in the Education and Training Cluster. Employers are expected to
devote greater resources to job-specific training programs in response to the increasing complexity of many jobs, the
aging of the work force, and technological advances that can leave employees with obsolete skills. This will result in
particularly strong demand for training and development specialists across all industries.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• College & Career Academy
• Milton High School

FAST FACTS PRINCIPAL

• GA ranks 17th in the nation for K-12 achievement AVG.
• In GA alone, there are 2,282 schools with 1,764,215 students SALARY
• There is a teacher shortage making teaching a high demand occupation
$94,390
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES TEACHER
SCHOOL
• Teaching as a Profession (NOCTI) State Developed AVG. COUNSELOR
SALARY
AVG.
$59,170 SALARY

$55,410

www.bls.gov

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FINANCE

T his career cluster prepares students for careers in financial and investment planning, banking, insurance
and business financial management. Career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy and
require specific skills in organization, time management, customer service and communication. Financial
Literacy & Accounting are pathways in this cluster. The finance industry is a critical sector of the United States
economy with over six million people employed in finance-related occupations. Although some of the

finance occupations project only moderate growth, advances in technology and trends toward direct marketing provide
exciting and challenging opportunities for careers across all areas of the cluster. In the next few years, many new jobs will
be added and many openings will result from the need to replace experienced workers who leave jobs.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Alpharetta High School
• Benjamin Banneker High School
• Centennial High School
• North Springs High School
• Northview High School
• Tri-Cities High School

FAST FACTS FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT
ANALYST
• Job growth for most financial jobs is faster than average AVG.
• Finance majors can choose from a broad variety of employers AVG. SALARY
• Financial analyst jobs expected to grow 16% by 2022 SALARY
$69,350
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES $80,000
ACTUARY
• Accounting-Advanced (NOCTI)
• QuickBooks Certification (Certiport) AVG.
• Financial & Investment Planning (NOCTI) SALARY
• w!se Financial Literacy Certification
$101,560

www.bls.gov

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GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

T his career cluster includes the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) leadership education programs
that help students build a strong knowledge base of self discovery and leadership skills applicable to many
leadership and managerial situations. Mastery of these courses through project-based learning, service
learning and leadership development activities prepare students for 21st Century leadership responsibilities
including leadership principles, values and attributes, and communication skills. These high school students

develop an understanding of learning style preferences, multiple intelligences, emotional intelligence and study skills.
These self-assessments will enable students to be self-directed learners. The JROTC curriculum is enhanced through
physical fitness activities, extracurricular and co-curricular activities that support the core employability skills standards
and McRel academic standards.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Benjamin Banneker High School • Roswell High School
• Centennial High School • Tri-Cities High School
• Creekside High School • Westlake High School
• Langston Hughes High School
• North Springs High School

FAST FACTS MILITARY
RECRUITER
• Two thirds of graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation
• Job growth in this career cluster is anticipated to be 17% from 2014-2024 AVG.
• High demand skills include understanding policy & crafting effective solutions SALARY

URBAN $62,680
PLANNER
TAX EXAMINER
AVG.
SALARY AVG.
SALARY
$71,490
$53,130

www.bls.gov

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HEALTHCARE SCIENCE

Health Services is one of the largest industries in the country, with more than 11 million jobs,
including the self-employed. The health services industry includes establishments ranging from
suburban private practice physicians who employ only one medical assistant to busy urban
hospitals that provide thousands of diverse jobs. Wage and employment in the health services
industry is projected to increase more than 25 percent in the next few years. Employment growth
is expected to account for about 2.8 million new jobs. Pathways in this cluster include Sports Medicine, Surgical
Technology, Allied Health and Medicine, Patient Care, and healthcare information technology.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Alpharetta High School • Langston Hughes High School • Riverwood High School
• Benjamin Banneker High School • Milton High School • Tri-Cities High School
• Centennial High School • North Springs High School • Westlake High School
• Chattahoochee High School • Northview High School

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Haynes Bridge Middle School • Sandy Springs Middle School
• Renaissance Middle School

FAST FACTS NURSE (RN)

• 13 of the 20 fastest-growing jobs are in the healthcare field AVG.
• There are more than 1400 health services facilities within Fulton County SALARY
• Job growth rate in healthcare is 38% between 2012-2020
$70,000
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES DENTAL
ASSISTANT GENETICIST
• EKG Technician Certification (CET) (NHA)
• National Certified ECG Technician (NCET) (NCCT) AVG. AVG.
• National Health Science Assessment (NCHSE) SALARY SALARY

$37,630 $77,480

www.bls.gov

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HOSPITALITY & TOURISM

T his career cluster prepares students for careers in the management, marketing and operations of
restaurants and other food services, lodging, attractions, recreation events and travel-related services.
Hospitality operations are located in communities throughout the world. Travel and tourism is one of
the largest and fastest-growing industries in the world. Each year, travel and tourism employers around
the world pay more than $1.6 trillion in wages and salaries and create 12.5 million new jobs. Beginning
salaries depend on the employee's skills, education and job level at a hotel, restaurant, tourism office, recreation
facility, amusement park or attraction site. Salaries range from entry-level wages to six figures. This industry is known
for promoting from within and for its large number of young managers. Pathways in this cluster include Culinary and
Sports Management.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

CULINARY CUL HOSPITALITY, RECREATION & TOURISM HRT SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING SEM

• Alpharetta HS CUL • Johns Creek HS HRT • Tri-Cities HS SEM CUL
• Benjamin Banneker HS SEM HRT • Langston Hughes HS SEM • Westlake HS SEM
• Cambridge HS SEM • Riverwood HS CUL
• College & Career Academy CUL

FAST FACTS EVENT
PLANNER
• Job growth is the fastest rate of any industry except for healthcare
• The strongest growth area in this industry is event planning AVG.
• This industry is open to every level of education and experience SALARY

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES MARKETING $48,290

• Basic Culinary Arts (OK CareerTech Testing) MANAGER HAECATDUACRHYEF

• Certified fundamentals Cook (CFC) AVG. AAVVGG. .
• Culinary Arts Cooks Level 2 (NOCTI) SALARY SSAALLAARRYY
• National ProStart Certification
• ACF Culinary Art Certification (ACF) $145,620 $1$0610,0,70700

• Hospitality Management & Lodging (NOCTI) www.bls.gov

• Lodging (NOCTI)
• Travel & Tourism (NOCTI)
• Fundamental Marketing Concepts (ASK)
• Marketing Education Manager Trainee (OK CareerTech Testing)
• Standard Marketing POS/End of Program HS (3 credits) (MBA Research)

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HUMAN SERVICES

T his career cluster prepares students for employment in career pathways related to families and
human needs. Based on the latest statistics, more than 7.2 million people are employed in human
services occupations. Faster than average employment growth, coupled with high turnover, should
create numerous employment opportunities. Pathways in this cluster include Nutrition and Food
Science and Cosmetology.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

NUTRITION & FOOD SCIENCE NFS PERSONAL CARE SERVICES COSMETOLOGY PCSC

• Centennial High School NFS • Roswell High School NFS PCSC
• Milton High School NFS • Tri-Cities High School PCSC

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER (FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES)

• Elkins Pointe Middle School • Paul D. West Middle School • Webb Bridge Middle School
• Northwestern Middle School • River Trail Middle School

FAST FACTS NUTRITIONIST

• Estimated that 257,700 jobs will be added between 2014-2024 AVG.
• Best fit for those who want to help people live their best lives SALARY
• Skills include compassion, time-management and effective communication
$59,410
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES PSYCHIATRIST
RESOURCES
• Food Science Fundamental Pre-Professional (AAFCS) AVG. MANAGER
• Nutrition, food, and Wellness Pre-Professional (AAFCS) SALARY
• Cosmetology (NOCTI) AVG.
• Cosmetology (Skill Content) $216,090 SALARY
• Licensed Master Cosmetologist (George State Board of
$110,120
Cosmetology)
www.bls.gov

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

I T careers involve the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia and
systems integration services. The IT industry is a dynamic and entrepreneurial working environment that has
a revolutionary impact on the economy and society. In addition to careers in the IT industry, IT careers are
available in every sector of the economy - from Financial Services to Medical Services, Business to Engineering
and Environmental Services. Anyone preparing for an IT career should have a solid grounding in math and
science. Pathways in this cluster include Programming, Game Design, and Computer Science.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Alpharetta High School • Creekside High School • Northview High School
• Riverwood High School
• Benjamin Banneker High School • Johns Creek High School • Roswell High School
• Cambridge High School • Langston Hughes High School • Tri-Cities High School
• Milton High School
• Centennial High School • North Springs High School
• Chattahoochee High School

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Paul D. West Middle School

FAST FACTS TECHNICAL
WRITER
• 9 out of the top 10 jobs for new grads in GA are engineering or tech-related
• There are more than 900 tech companies within Fulton County AVG.
• Employment in this area is projected to grow rapidly over the next decade SALARY

$70,930

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES SOFTWARE DATABASE
DEVELOPER ADMINISTRATOR
• Computer Programming (NOCTI)
• Java Certified Associate (Oracle) AVG. AVG.
• Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA): Software Development SALARY SALARY

Fundamentals $103,560 $71,000
• Autodesk Maya Certified User
• W3Schools Certification www.bls.gov

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LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY, CORRECTIONS & SECURITY

L aw, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Cluster helps prepare students for careers in planning, managing,
and providing legal, public safety, protective services and homeland security, including professional and
technical support services. Renewed national interest in public safety and security should help expand
opportunities for employment in the Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Cluster. Numerous job
openings will stem from employment growth attributable to the desire for increased corporate, industrial
and homeland security and a more security-conscious society.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Alpharetta High School • Creekside High School
• Cambridge High School • Milton High School
• Centennial High School • Westlake High School

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Bear Creek Middle School

FAST FACTS POLICE
OFFICER
• This cluster involves protecting people and enforcing rules
• Security guard jobs are projected to have the most job openings AVG.
• A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent is typically required SALARY

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES ATTORNEY $62,960

• Criminal Justice (NOCTI) AVG. FISH/GAME
• Criminal Justice /CSI (Skills Connect) SALARY WARDEN
• Law Enforcement (Precision)
• National Law, Public Safety, Security and Corrections Core $119,250 AVG.
SALARY
(LPSSC)
$54,760

www.bls.gov

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MANUFACTURING

A ll careers in Manufacturing require students to have strong mechanical ability, specialized skills,
communication skills and computation skills. Students will be required to apply problem solving,
make decisions, and work in a team environment. As technology advances, this pathway has ex-
panded into the areas of Robotics and Automated Systems. There are excellent opportunities in
manufacturing where technology and career pathways provide for satisfying careers.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Northview High School

FAST FACTS MACHINE
OPERATOR
• This cluster involves making products such as food, cars & household goods
• 11.8 million jobs fall under the manufacturing cluster AVG.
• Largest number of job openings will be in maintenance, installation & repair SALARY

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES SAFETY $50,670
ENGINEER
• Automated Manufacturing Technology (AMT) (Skill Connect) LOGISTICIAN
• Manufacturing, Introduction (Precision) AVG.
• Manufacturing Technology (NOCTI) SALARY AVG.
• Robotics and Automation (Skill Connect) SALARY
$88,510
$74,590

www.bls.gov

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MARKETING

T his career cluster prepares students for careers in planning, managing and performing marketing activities
to reach organizational objectives. According to the latest statistics, there are 16 million jobs in sales and
related occupations. Advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations and sales managers hold more
than 700,000 jobs. Over 300,000 high-paying management positions are likely to be available over the
next decade. Individuals with a college degree or computer skills will be sought for managerial positions in
sales, logistics, management information systems, marketing and e-marketing. Pathways in this cluster include
Marketing and Management and Fashion, Merchandising, and Retail Management.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Benjamin Banneker High School • Langston Hughes High School • Westlake High School
• Cambridge High School • Northview High School • Tri-Cities High School

• Chattahoochee High School

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Autrey Mill Middle School
• Hopewell Middle School
• Ronald E. McNair Middle School
• Renaissance Middle School

FAST FACTS ADVERTISING
EXECUTIVE
• Employment of sales managers is projected to grow 7% from 2016 to 2026
• In Atlanta marketing managers average just over $93,000 AVG.
• Georgia State University & Kennesaw State University have nationally ranked top SALARY

sales programs $129,380

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES SALES REAL ESTATE
APPRAISER
• Fundamental Marketing Concepts (ASK Institute) MANAGER
AVG.
• Marketing Education Manager Trainee (OK CareerTech Testing) AVG. SALARY
• Retail Merchandising (NOCTI) SALARY
• Fundamental Marketing Concepts (ASK Institute) $54,010
$121,060
www.bls.gov
• Marketing Education Manager Trainee (OK CareerTech Testing)
• Standard Marketing POS/End of Program HS: (3 Credits) (MBA Research)

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SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATH

A career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics is exciting, and ever-changing. Students who
pursue one of these career fields will be involved in planning, managing, and providing scientific research
and professional/technical services including laboratory/testing services, and research and development
services. Given the critical nature of much of the work in this cluster, job possibilities abound even in times
of economic downturn. More scientists, technologists and engineers will be needed to meet the
changing technological environments. A shift in emphasis toward preventing problems rather than controlling those
that already exist, calls for students that are creative problem solvers, intuitive thinkers, and students that show grit and
persistence in finding solutions.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Alpharetta High School • Johns Creek High School • Riverwood High School
• Benjamin Banneker High School • Langston Hughes High School • Roswell High School
• Cambridge High School • Milton High School • Tri-Cities High School
• Westlake High School
• Centennial High School
• Chattahoochee High School

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Autrey Mill Middle School • Northwestern Middle School • Sandtown Middle School
• Haynes Bridge Middle School • Renaissance Middle School • Sandy Springs Middle School
• Holcomb Bridge Middle School • Ridgeview Middle School • Taylor Road Middle School
• River Trail Middle School

FAST FACTS CHEMICAL
ENGINEER
• Projected growth is more than 9 million jobs between 2012 and 2022
• STEM employment is expected to grow about 13% between 2012-2022 AVG.
• Many of the top paying jobs in this cluster are directly related to engineering SALARY

$102,060

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES MICRO- MATHEMATICIAN
BIOLOGIST AVG.
• Engineering (State Developed)(NOCTI)
• Engineering Technology (Skill Connect) AVG. SALARY
SALARY
$104,700
$69,960
www.bls.gov

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TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

T his career cluster prepares students for careers and businesses involved in the planning, management, and
movement of people, materials, and products by road, air, rail and water. It also includes related professional
and technical support services such as infrastructure planning and management, logistic services, and the
maintenance of mobile equipment and facilities. Transportation, distribution and logistics is a critical sector
of the United States economy. Almost 10 million people are employed in transportation or transportation-
related occupations. High-growth industry and career specialties offer high-tech, high-wage opportunities. This industry
sector represents over 11 percent of the gross domestic product, and is among the fastest growing of all sectors. There
will be a growing number of career opportunities in a variety of professional and technical occupations as well as high
paid, entry-level occupations that can provide career advancement opportunities. Pathways in this cluster include Auto-
motive and Flight Operations.

HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Chattahoochee High School
• College & Career Academy
• Langston Hughes High School

MIDDLE SCHOOLS OFFERING PATHWAYS IN THIS CLUSTER

• Bear Creek Middle School
• Woodland Middle School

FAST FACTS LOCOMOTIVE
ENGINEER
• Truck drivers account for about 1 out of every 5 jobs in transportation
• Employment in this industry has climbed steadily over the past several decades AVG.
• There are approximately 15,000 federal air traffic controllers on duty daily SALARY

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES AIRLINE PILOT $38,000

• ASE Student Certification Exams: Suspension/Steering, Brakes, AVG. LOGISTICIANS
Electrical/Electronic Systems, Engine Performance, Engine SALARY
Repair, Automatic Transmission/Transaxle, Manual Drive Train/ AVG.
Axles, Heating/Air Conditioning, Maintenance/Light Repair, $161,280 SALARY
Automobile Service Technology
$74,590
• Private Pilot Airplane - Written Exam Only (FFA)
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Project Lead The Way 3DE Magnet Program

Project Lead The Way is an innovative What is the 3DE Magnet Program?
engineering and computer science curriculum that
is incorporated into several FCS school programs. 3DE's multifaceted approach to learning uses case
methodology to integrate real-world connectivity into
Transformative Learning Experiences the standard high school experience. This universally
effective approach to learning is the anchor for
Project Lead The Way creates an engaging, interdisciplinary pedagogy, relevant connectivity, and
hands-on classroom environment and empowers authentic project-based application that is delivered
students to develop in-demand knowledge and in every 3DE school. The result is a high school
skills they need to thrive (www.pltw.org). experience that reflects the dynamic pace of
activity and interconnectedness of life beyond the
Middle Schools: classroom walls. Students graduate with multiple
PLTW Gateway sparks a joy of discovery and illuminates CTAE pathways & certifications.
the range of paths students can look forward to in high

school and beyond. Students apply knowledge and

skills from a variety of disciplines. By tackling challenges

like designing a therapeutic toy for a child with cerebral 3DE dedicated teachers set high expectations
palsy, creating their own app, or solving a medical and foster a strong sense of community
mystery, students are empowered to make a among their students. Year-over-year,
real-world impact. the curriculum layers in defined

High School: FCS competencies to continually build
Project Lead The Way Engineering students’ skills and mind-set as
immerses students in activities like they advance from facilitated
designing a home, programming learning to self-directed. By the
end of their four-year high school

electronic devices, or exploring algae career, students graduate with the
as a biofuel source.
knowledge, skills and confidence to
. Ridgeview Middle School thrive in post-secondary & beyond.
... Sandtown Middle School
.. Benjamin Banneker High School
Ronald E. McNair Middle School Northview High School
River Trail Middle School

.. Webb Bridge Middle School
Holcomb Bridge Middle School

. Benjamin Banneker High School

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The College & Career Academy is a Career and Technical Education (CTE)
program that opened in August 2016. The Career Pathways offered include
Audio-Video Technology & Film, Aviation, Construction, Culinary Arts and
Teaching As a Profession. FSCCA partners with the local business and post-
secondary institutions to provide authentic learning experiences for students.
FSCCA allow students to complete a pathway in one year and achieve industry
credentials as well as participate in internship and job shadowing opportunities.

Admission Requirements: Pathways

Grades 9-12 A/V Technology & Film
Application (including essay) Aviation
Must be on track for graduation Construction
Good discipline record Culinary Arts
Good attendance record Digital Media & Animation
Must attend FSCCA Feeder School Dual Enrollment
Teaching As a Profession
Work-Based Learning

Frameworks

Professionalism
Character
Collaboration
Leadership
Innovation

Feeder Schools

Benjamin Banneker High School
Creekside High School
Langston Hughes High School
Tri-Cities High School
Westlake High School

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Work-Based Learning

Work-Based Learning placements represent the pinnacle of the CTAE experience. Enrollment
in a work-based learning course is an extension of the student’s work in their College and
Career pathway. Credit earned for enrollment in work-based learning may count toward
graduation as part of the student’s cluster or pathway.

Components of Comprehensive Work-based Learning (WBL) Programs:

Recent research, policy literature, and federal legislation suggest that comprehensive WBL
programs contain three key components: the alignment of classroom and workplace learning;
application of academic, technical, and employability skills in a work setting; and support from
classroom or workplace mentors.

CTSO’s

CTSOs are co-curricular organizations with leadership programs and competitive events which
reflect current curriculum standards and competencies for the instructional programs they
serve. Teachers infuse the CTSO’s activities into the instructional activities, thereby helping
students see the real world value of their academic studies.

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End Of Pathway Assessment (EOPA)

When students take 3 sequential courses in a career pathway, they become a pathway
completer and are eligible to take a certification exam, paid for by a federal grant and Fulton
County Schools. All the certifications are developed by national certifying agencies and
companies, including Microsoft, Adobe, Skills USA, Certiport, and NOCTI. NOCTI provides
college course credit for passing the certification tests. Students that complete pathways and
receive industry certifications aquire valuable employability skills that prepare them for post-
secondary success.

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AGRICULTURE, FOOD &
NATURAL RESOURCES
ARCHITECTURE &
CONSTRUCTION
ARTS, A/V TECHNOLOGY
& COMMUNICATIONS
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
& ADMINISTRATION
EDUCATION & TRAINING
FINANCE
GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION
HEALTHCARE SCIENCE
HOSPITALITY & TOURISM
HUMAN SERVICES
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY,
CORRECTIONS & SECURITY
MANUFACTURING
MARKETING
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY,
ENGINEERING & MATH
TRANSPORTATION,
DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS
.. .. ........ ........ . ... ... .... .... . ..... .. . .ALPHARETTA

. . ..BENJAMINBANNEKER

CAMBRIDGE

. .CENTENNIAL
. .CHATTAHOOCHEE
. . .CAREERACADEMY

CREEKSIDE

INDEPENDENCE

. . ...... ...... . .. .. . .JOHNSCREEK

. .LANGSTON HUGHES

MCCLARIN

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NORTH SPRINGS

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. . .. . .. ..RIVERWOOD

ROSWELL

..TRI-CITIES

WESTLAKE

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. .. .... . . .AUTREYMILLS
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.BEAR CREEK

CAMP CREEK

.CRABAPPLE
.. . .ELKINSPOINTE

. ..HAYNESBRIDGE

HOLCOMB BRIDGE
HOPEWELL

. . . . .RONALDEMCNAIR
. .NORTHWESTERN
. . . ..RENAISSANCE

RIDGEVIEW CHARTER

.. .. . ...RIVERTRAIL

SANDTOWN
SANDY SPRINGS

. .TAYLORROAD

WEBB BRIDGE

. . . .PAULDWEST
WOODLAND

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