Natomas Unified School District offers an array of Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways at our high school sites. CTE pathways enable students to gain knowledge and experience through career-themed courses and pathways to help prepare them for options in both higher education and careers. All NUSD CTE pathways allow students to meet graduation requirements, UC/CSU ‘a-g’ requirements, and some even provide students the opportunity to earn college credits while in high school.
Public Safety at Inderkum High School
In partnership with the Sacramento Police Department and the Sacramento Fire Department, the Public Safety Pathway is designed to provide a rigorous academic program and career preparation for those interested in law enforcement and firefighting related fields. Safety Pathway Opening Fall 2019.
Building & Construction Trades at Natomas High School
The Building and Construction Trades Pathway is designed to provide a rigorous academic program and career preparation for those interested in any of the multiple fields of construction. Building and Construction Trades Opening Fall 2019.
Digital Media at Natomas High School
The Digital Media Pathway provides students with the ability to gain and master skills in computer graphics, digital photography, graphic design, digital filmmaking, media arts, photography, and digital photo illustration.
Engineering at Natomas High School
All Engineering courses allow students to learn and apply the design process, acquire strong teamwork and communication proficiency and develop organizational, critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Health at Natomas High School
Throughout the Health courses students will attend Health related field trips, complete clinical hours at the B. Teri Burns Health Clinic on Natomas High School’s campus, and work with community mentors to learn more about the Health industry.
Transportation at Natomas High School
The Transportation Pathway provides students with the essential skills required to secure an entry-level position with the automotive field and/or foundational knowledge necessary to transition into a post-secondary program in automotive technology. Students gain hands-on experience by working with professional automotive equipment and diagnostic tools, learning about industry standard safety rules, service information, career strategies and the importance of job performance.