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Grand Blanc Career & Technical Education (CTE)
Grand Blanc Career & Technical Education (CTE)
Grand Blanc Community Schools strives to prepare our students to be college and career ready upon high school graduation. Career & Technical Education (CTE) is just one of the many avenues that we offer to provide our students with the skills and experience necessary for a successful transition into post-secondary education or the world of work. Grand Blanc CTE offers a wide variety of industry based program experiences with specific job skill training that gives our students a distinct advantage when entering the workforce or preparing for their future careers through college/universities.
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Don't wait until college to prepare for your career, start today!

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Learn More About Our Programs and the Benefits of CTE!
  • GBHS CTE Course Offerings
  • GBHS Career Resource Center (CRC)
  • Free College Credit through Articulation
  • Michigan Merit Curriculum Credit through CTE
  • Community-Based Learning
  • Co-Op/Capstone
  • Internships
  • Volunteering
  • Student Job Postings
  • Job Shadow/Day on the Job
  • Junior Interview (graduation requirement)
  • Resources, Scholarships & Grants
  • Community/Business Partnerships
  • Leadership/Community Service Opportunities
  • K-8 Career Awareness Activities
  • Career Crusing & EDPs
  • CTE Events Calendar​ 

To find out more about the Career & Technical Education program offerings at Grand Blanc contact our Career Specialist, Mrs. Janet Roberts at 810-591-6035.

Earning More Than Just a Skill in Your Career and Technical Education (CTE) Course

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Students in state approved CTE programs such as , Automotive, Business Management, Computer Programming, Construction, Education, Finance, Health, Marketing, Mechanical Drafting/Engineering, Radio & TV Broadcasting and many others have an opportunity to earn articulated college credit.  Articulation is a process where students can earn college credit for demonstrating skills and competencies through their high school class. 

Students must meet certain guidelines for completion of the class according to each college articulation agreement.  Most of these expectations revolve around achieving an 80% or better and a teacher recommendation but they are specific to the college partnering with the high school program.

How does this help a student?  The student can then take their articulated credit with them to that college and continue the pursuit of their related career choice.  This allows the student to advance their degree process through articulation while saving on tuition and fees.

Click here to view our chart of Articulation Agreements

For a list of state wide articulation agreements and more information, you can visit the Michigan Department of Education or by following this link: and choosing “MDE Office”, and then selecting Career and Technical Education.  You will see a resource on the left titled “Statewide Articulation”.