GJHS Vocational Programming
The Greater Johnstown High School is proud to offer 13 Programs of Studies / CIP coded programs to students in grades 10-12. These programs are approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Bureau of Career and Technical Education and are specifically designed to prepare students to meet the workforce demands of the 21st Century.
All 13 programs are competency based with specific learning targets and tasks identified by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Instructors work closely with each student as they progress through the program, providing specific, meaningful feedback that guides the students through the planned coursework. GJHS believes that students enrolled in the various vocational programs will acquire a solid, rigorous academic experience that prepares them post-secondary education and/or the career workforce. GJHS is committed to preparing students with the academic skills, technical skills, and college and career guidance needed to be successful in today’s global economy.
GJHS pathways provide for a seamless transition into the college or career workforce by creating a framework that permits students to gain valuable technical training, core academic preparation, and the opportunity to earn college credit through dual enrollment opportunities or articulation agreements while in high school. This is an investment in each student’s academic and economic future. The purpose of the various pathways is to provide students with a wide range of options upon graduation that places each individual child in a position to be successful.
Each one of the 13 programs is identified as a High Priority Occupation for the state of Pennsylvania. GJHS works closely to monitor labor and market data to assure that the programming offered meets the needs of today’s economy and beyond.
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