Mission and Purpose
"Working together, we will prepare every student for post-secondary education.”
We want our students to do more than just earn a high school diploma. When students graduate from RHS, they need to be prepared to continue their education.
Assistant Principal overseeing CTE: Jason Wilson
Phone: (916) 782-3753 ext. 3061
A CTE Pathway is a sequence of three courses (Introductory, Concentrator, Capstone) in an industry sector. The courses build on the knowledge and skills gained in the previous class, culminating in a Capstone course where students are expected to tackle real-world problems.
Roseville High School offers the following programs of study.
Culinary Arts - Meredith Tate, Michael Zandonella
Computer Science - Bradlee Crockett
Media - Bobby Ritter
PLTW Biomedical Science - Erin Granucci
PLTW Engineering - John Fuller
Benefits of taking Career Technical Education courses
The Roseville HS Career Technical Education Pathways and Courses are designed to integrate core academic knowledge with industry standard technical and occupational knowledge and skills. In our Career Technical Education courses, students work hands-on using industry standard equipment, partner with industry professionals, and participate in local and national leadership programs. Each pathway prepares students with clear directions to various post-secondary options. In order to help our students achieve career and/or college readiness, students are encouraged to complete a pathway by taking the introductory, concentrator, and capstone courses for at least one pathway. Students can choose a Career Technical Education Pathway in Computer Science, Media, Culinary, Biomedical, and Engineering.