VYPE Goose Creek August 2022

The Global Business Career Academy at Goose Creek Memorial (GCM), an NCAC National Model Academy, offers students an engaging business curriculum, job shadowing and internships, career certifications, and preparation for college and the business world. Students even have an opportunity to intern in places like the Beacon Credit Union, Walgreens, and Chick-fil-A as part of their senior year experience. The Sterling Health Science Career Academy, an NCAC National Model Academy, places students on a path of excellence. Academy students can complete the Project Lead the Way-Biomedical Science Pathway, the Healthcare Diagnostics & Therapeutics pathway, or an EMT Level 1 Certificate pathway. Our students can gain experience in many healthcare fields and can earn a CAN, CCMA, Pharmacy Technician, EKG, or Phlebotomy certification. In the EMT pathway, students take dual credit courses to earn a level 1 certificate in EMT at Lamar Institute of Technology. In the EMT course, students participate in emergency room and ambulance clinicals. Lee High School hosts the STEM Career Academy, an NCAC National Model Academy, which has earned a Texas Education Agency T-STEM designation. Students even have an opportunity to design new products that can change the world. Business partners such as ExxonMobil, Covestro, Samson, and the City of Baytown provide opportunities to learn about the engineering world. Lee College offers dual credit classes for the students to graduate with college credits. The STEM Academy also offers students the opportunity to acquire industry-based certifications in Microsoft Office and FAA Drone Pilot’s license. In addition, students enjoy a well-rounded education with site-based industry field trips, robotics competitions, guest speakers, internships, job shadowing, and college visits. HEALTH SCIENCE ACADEMY AT STERLING SCIENCE , TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATH (STEM) ACADEMY AT LEE The Career Academy for Future Educators (CAFÉ) at Sterling prepares students for a career in education. Students engage in exciting education curriculum, job shadowing, internships, and college preparation activities. Students participate in Texas Association for Future Educators (TAFE) and Educators Rising (state and national organizations), where they can compete against other students in education related events. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY AT SCTHS In the Information Technology Academy, students learn the skills required to begin a successful career in the network and computer systems/support industry. By partnering with Lee College, students can earn both high school and college credit for many of their academic and technical courses. In addition, four years with the Information Technology Academy will lead students to a college associate degree or certificate and a Performance Acknowledgment if they earn CompTIA A+, Network+, or CISCO certifications. Students in the Digital Communications Academy will learn about different audio, video, and digital media formats that will prepare them for a career in Digital Communications. The courses in the pathway prepare students for occupations and educational opportunities associated with producing audio and visual media formats, such as TV broadcasts, advertising, video production, or motion pictures. This Academy may also include exploring operating machines and equipment to record sound and images, such as microphones, sound speakers, video screens, projectors, video monitors, sound and mixing boards, and related electronic equipment. DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS ACADEMY AT SCTHS ACADEMY FOR FUTURE EDUCATORS AT STERLING GLOBAL BUSINESS ACADEMY AT GCM

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