CTE Building: Enhancing Career Training for Fresno High School Students

The Career Technical Education (CTE) Building at Fresno High provides a center for construction, design, and architecture technology students under one roof.

In November 2021, a $7.5 million building was completed in order to provide opportunities to Fresno High School students in International Baccalaureate (IB) Career-related Programs. The CTE (Career Technical Education) Building houses the Construction, Design, and Architecture Technology programs, including the only HVAC/R Technician program for high school students in the San Joaquin Valley, as well as Warrior Entertainment, which includes video production, streaming media, and IB film. The building has five classrooms, a video production and podcast studio, and a career center. There are also two indoor workshops for both construction and HVAC as well as an outside wraparound shop for all the programs to utilize.

The $7.5 million building was a matching grant between the California Department of Education Facilities Division and Fresno Unified. The CTE Building has brought all the students together under one roof, providing an advantage in student learning with opportunities to collaborate on projects.

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