Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Mountainburg High School students engaged in Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses are both college and career-ready. A variety of opportunities are available outside the classroom to include competitive events, field trips, and professional networking. Students who are involved in CTE are more engaged, perform better and graduate at higher rates.

Mountainburg hosts a vast and diverse schedule of CTE Programs of Study. These begin in elementary carries over to middle school and comes together in high school. Our cutting-edge, rigorous and relevant CTE prepares youth for a wide range of high wage, high skill, high demand careers in:

  • Agriculture Science & Technology

  • Business & Marketing Technology

  • Family & Consumer Sciences

  • Jobs for Arkansas Graduates (JAG)

  • STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

For more information about CTE in Arkansas, please visit the ADE Division of Career and Technical Education

Programs of Study offered at MHS

Culinary Arts and Food Production Services

  • FACS (full year)

  • Food Safety and Nutrition (full year)

  • Culinary I (full Year)

  • Culinary II (full year)

  • Leadership and Service Learning/ Personal Finance (semester courses)

Computer Science: Mobile App Development

  • Survey of Business - Graduation Requirement - 1-year course

  • Mobile App Development I - Semester course

  • Mobile App Development II - Semester course

  • Mobile App Development III - Semester course

  • Mobile App Development IV - Semester course

  • Internship/Apprenticeship - 1-year course

Animal Systems

  • Survey of Ag

  • Animal Science

  • Advanced Animal Science

  • Ag Metals

  • Ag Mechanics

Agriculture Power, Structural, and Technical Systems

  • Survey of Ag

  • Ag Mechanics

  • Ag Metals

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Agriculture Education

Jim Hall

Business & Marketing Technology

Misty Christian

Family & Consumer Science

Mary Curd

Jobs for Arkansas Graduates (JAG)

Terry Hooten