Hart District Board Member Bob Jensen is talking about the highly anticipated career tech education program expected to be a heavy focus at the future Castaic High School.
Slated to open to its first class of freshmen in August 2019, Castaic High School is set to include a state-of-the-art CTE program in response to the rising need for what Jensen described as “non-college curriculum” within in the district in the last decade.
“What we want to do is cater to the community, and the needs and changes in the community,” Jensen said. “I would like all of our students to find what their niche is, to find where their talents lie. It could be in a number of areas, and some of it may not be areas where you would go to college.”
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