Career and Technology Education (CTE)

Teacher and Student rebuilding a small engine

Garland high school is proud to offer a wide variety of career and technology courses, many with the possibility of receiving an industry based certification.  GHS partners up with the Gilbert Reed Career and Technology Center to expand the student's educational experience with real world workforce application.


GHS career and technology education:

  • Enhance Your Educational Experience with Diverse Career and Technology Programs
  • Gain practical experience that can be applied in the workforce
  • Acquire hands-on skills that are valuable beyond high school
  • Expand your knowledge and expertise in various trades
Picture of one of the robots built by the award winning robotics team

Career and technology courses

For information about CTE opportunities, visit the district CTE page.

CTE nondiscrimination

All career and technical education (CTE) opportunities will be offered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, or disability.