Technological advances and global competition have changed the nature of work. Jobs today require high-tech knowledge and advanced technical skills. Work and learning will be integral parts of your life as you pursue your personal pathway to success. Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides you with the technical skills and academic knowledge you will need to prepare for life after high school—future employment and/or a successful transition to post-secondary education.
Earn credit while learning about a career of your interest. Related Work-Based Learning opportunities are available. Contact your Counselor for information. See the Internships course description in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses section for details.
The Park City School District does not provide transportation to the sites involved in the Related Work-Based Learning program. Students must arrange their own transportation independently of the school district. The school district does not assume any liability in connection with private transportation arranged by the student. PCHS classes that are taught off campus by college/university staff, for which the district does not provide transportation, fall under this same procedure as well.
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Park City Center for Advanced Professional Studies, PCCAPS, is a nationally recognized, innovative high school program. Students fast forward into their future and are fully immersed in a professional culture, solving real world problems, using industry standard tools and are mentored by actual employers, all while receiving high school credit. CAPS is an example of how business, community and public education can partner to produce personalized learning experiences that educate the workforce of tomorrow, in high skill, high demand jobs.
Learning is student driven; licensed instructors facilitate the learning process through problem-based projects comprised of authentic and relevant industry assignments. Curriculum is built on industry standards and is designed to provide junior- and senior-level students the experience and skills they need to succeed both in the competitive college scholarship and admissions environment and in the twenty-first century global workforce. PCCAPS will give students the opportunity to learn professional skills like critical thinking and problem solving, collaboration and leading by influence, agility and adaptability, initiative and entrepreneurialism, effective oral and written communication, and accessing and analyzing information—all skills necessary for success in the “real world.”
See the PCCAPS Courses section of the Course Offerings to see what courses are available. Refer to the PCCAPS website for more information: pccaps.yourcapsnetwork.org/