Willoughby-Eastlake offers career and technical education programs in partnership with the Excel Tecc Consortium. This partnership allows us to offer opportunities to suit a wide variety of career interests. For 2017-2018, program offerings include:
Arts & Communication
Programs of study related to humanities and performing, visual and media arts
Business and Administration / Hospitality
Programs of study related to a business environment;
Programs of study related to providing food and lodging
Construction Technologies / Manufacturing
Programs of study related to designing, planning, managing,
and building and maintaining the built environment;
Programs of study related to the design, development and manufacture of durable goods
Engineering / Transportation
Programs of study related to the design, process and development services of engineering and materials science;
Programs of study related to planning, management and movement of people, goods and materials.
Environmental and Agricultural Systems
Programs of study related to the environment and agriculture
Programs of study related to the promotion of health as well as the treatment of injuries, conditions, and diseases.
Human Services / Public Safety
Programs of study related to economic, political, and social systems
Programs of study related to the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia and systems integration services
All students have the ability to learn, to establish a career plan and carry out their career path to gain success in their lives. The intervention programs are designed to assist students who possess barriers to career and academic success to establish a career path by using work based learning experiences and gaining competencies to achieve a successful path to career options. The instruction intervention is designed to help students recover credits, get back on track academically and establish career goals. Based on student's age, potential career desires and academic credits they will be referred to the appropriate intervention program by the student's guidance counselor and/or principal.