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CTSO – STUDENT LEADERSHIP

Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) enhance student learning through contextual instruction, leadership and personal development, applied learning and real world application. CTSOs work as an integral component of the classroom curriculum and instruction, building upon employability and career skills and concepts through the application and engagement of students in hands-on demonstrations and real life and/or work experiences through a Career and Technical Education (CTE) program. CTSO’s help guide students in developing a career path, a program of study and provide opportunities in gaining the skills and abilities needed to be successful in those careers through CTSO activities, programs and competitive events. In addition, students have opportunities to hold leadership positions at the local, state, and national level and attend leadership development conferences to network with other students as well as business and industry partners. (https://www.ctsos.org/)

ACUSD operates two FFA chapters in Amador County. These chapters include Sutter Creek-Amador FFA and Jackson-Argonaut FFA. These two FFA chapters are an integral component of the high schools Agriculture & Natural Resources CTE programs. To explore the activities and events of these two programs please visit the links below:

Sutter Creek-Amador FFA
Jackson-Argonaut FFA

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For more information about enrolling in CTE courses, enrolling in courses that meet college admission requirements, or both, make an appointment to speak with your high school guidance counselor.

For general information about the CTE Program, call 209-257-5152 or email at cte@acusd.org.

Student Leadership Programs

CTE Course Catalogs

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AMADOR CTE COURSE CATALOG

ARGONAUT CTE COURSE CATALOG

INDEPENDENCE CTE COURSE CATALOG