Frequently Asked Questions About CTE
Get involved with the Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee for Queen Creek High School. As part of Arizona's accountability system for Carl Perkins and State Block funding, CTE is required to do a self-evaluation annually. Community input and expertise will enable us to determine the strengths and weaknesses of our programs and build partnerships between business, industry, and education. If you are interested in being a part of our CTE Advisory Committee, please contact Dr. Tiffannie Sechrist, Director of CTE at (480) 987-5965.Back to Top
The CTE and Counseling Departments are proud to present the Kuder Career Planning System. This system allows students to develop educational and career plans for their personal success. Students have the opportunity to explore this Internet-based program within their CTE class as well as with their Counselor.
Check out the Kuder Career Planning System.Back to Top
CTE month occurs in February. During this time we make a special effort to promote CTE Pathways in our school. In doing so, we market the various CTE programs for students and increase student awareness of careers, education, and training. Watch for activities at the individual schools that promote the importance of CTE in Arizona.Back to Top
Arizona law provides a tax credit for contribution made to public schools in Arizona to support extracurricular activities. You can help Queen Creek students and lower your tax bill with a contribution. The state tax credit is available to all taxpayers; you do not need to have a child enrolled in school to take advantage of this state tax credit.
To make a contribution, complete the form and return it with your payment to the QCHS school secretary, or mail it to QCUSD Business Office, Attn: Shari Zara 20740 S. Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek, Arizona 85242. Please see the Tax Credit page for the tax credit form and more information.
Don’t forget to mark where you would like your contribution to go!Back to Top
The East Valley Institute of Technology is located in Mesa. It provides tuition-free occupation-specific programs for high school students. The Queen Creek School District provides transportation to the students to participate in various occupational programs. EVIT is its own school district in which students must apply for admittance.Back to Top