Career & Technical Education Center

EBR CTEC Entrance Requirements & Application

EBR CTEC prepares students for high wage, high demand jobs in the capital region.  We are preparing students for a bright future after high school, whether a job out of school or post-secondary education.

US Department of Education found that students that participate in CTE programs have a graduation rate of 90% compared to the national average graduation rate of 70%.

Because the majority of our courses are dual enrolled or articulated with post-secondary institutions, EBR CTEC students should have a willingness to work, good attendance and a good discipline record.  Students will be able to qualify for the dual enrollment courses based on their ACT or Accuplacer scores.  Required scores vary depending on the program of study.  Accuplacer testing will be provided by EBR CTEC.

All students are required to fill out the EBR CTEC application and provide the necessary documentation.

Considerations for entrance:

  1. Students have to be on track for graduation
  2. Good attendance & discipline records
  3. Students must have a passing math and English EOC.

EBR CTEC is an SCA course provider for the region, however, EBR students will have enrollment priority.

Students will sign a letter of intent stating they commit to completing a two year program at EBR CTEC. To view our CTEC Application click here. 

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