Career and Technical Education | Kenosha Unified School District

Career and Technical Education


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Career and Technical Education is to assist schools in providing students with the skills necessary for a successful transition to post secondary education or work and a desire for life-long learning in a global society. For more information, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's Career and Technical Education website.

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Technology Education

The Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Gateway to Technology (GTT) program is taught at each middle school featuring a project-based curriculum designed to challenge and engage the natural curiosity and imagination of middle school students.  They envision, design and test their ideas with the same advanced modeling software used by companies like Lockheed Martin, Intel and Sprint.  They study mechanical and computer control systems; think robotics and animation.  Students also explore the importance of energy, including innovative ways to reduce, conserve and produce it using solar, thermal and wind power.  The knowledge that students gain and the skills they build from GTT create a strong foundation for further STEM Learning in high school and beyond.  Throughout GTT, students acquire knowledge and skills in problem solving, teamwork and innovation as well as explore STEM careers.  Courses currently taught in middle school are Automation and Robotics, Design and Modeling and Green Architecture.

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CTE Initiatives

Automotive Training Programs

Project Lead the Way



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In-school credit unions give students the opportunity to learn money management skills as they make account transactions at the school, often coupled with additional financial education.

Education Objectives of an In-School Branch

  • To create an educational environment in which young people will have hands-on experience in a financial setting.
  • To increase the knowledge of today's youth regarding money management and financial products and services through the use of presentations on savings, budgets, credit and other financial management topics.
  • To create a new generation of savers by showing the importance of setting realistic savings goals and offering age appropriate savings programs.
  • To provide a supplement to current math, computer and social skills through experiences learned while working in the school union branch.
  • To teach the student employees life-long employment skills such as organization, human relations, cash handling and teamwork.
  • To introduce the importance of building a relationship with a financial institution.


  • Bradford - Effective September 6, 2006 Educators Credit Union opened a part-time office at Bradford High School. Bradford High School students are hired to work at the school branch as part of the Financial Services Youth Apprenticeship Program. The Bradford office is opened Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (when school is in session) from 10:55 am to 1:10 pm.