Career and Technical Education

  • The Spring Hill USD 230 Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs are organized educational activities that offer students a sequence of courses relevant to technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare students for a smooth transition from high school to postsecondary education (technical colleges, community colleges, and universities), apprenticeship opportunities, the military, and/or to the workplace. College credit can be attained by completing at least 3 courses within a pathway.  For more information on articulated credit and the Pathways offered at Spring Hill High School go to

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  • KSDE's CTE LogoSpring Hill High School Career Cluster Pathways

    Agricultural Science

    Animal Science

    Architecture Design

    Business Finance


    Digital Media


    Health Science


    Plant Systems

    Programming & Software Development

    Restaurant & Event Management


    Visual Arts - Fashion, Apparel, & Interior Design

    Visual Arts - Graphic Design

    Web & Digital Communications

    Off-Campus Opportunities - OATC and JCCC

    Automotive Collision Technology

    Automotive Technology

    Construction Trades

    Aviation Electronics