Bismarck Public Schools’ New Career Academy Set To Open Soon, With Course Offerings Geared Toward Career Pathways

Career_Academy_013The new Career Academy in Bismarck, North Dakota, is set to open when school begins August 26, 2010. The Career Academy will house Aviation, Horticulture/Botany (with a greenhouse), Pre-Engineering/Tech Ed, Medical Related Careers II, Electronics, Graphic Design/Digital Design and a Resource/tutoring room.

Industry-focused: Instructors at the Career and Technical Education Center have industry-based experience in the program areas they teach. Each program has a local industry advisory committee that provides feedback on equipment and curriculum requirements, so students receive real world, “hands-on” learning opportunities.

The new Career Academy is located on the Bismarck State College campus, near the existing Career and Technical Education Center.  The Center has an enrollment of nearly 800 students from nine public and private high schools yearly. The Center provides students with quality education in career technical programs including high wage, high demand technical training, academic integration and alignment with post-secondary education. More information


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