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Career & Technical Education (CTE)

*Beth Ball, Family & Cons. Sciences


Anthony Barbuto, Computer Science


Monique Brady, Public Safety and Law Enforcement


Linda Cosgrove, Business


Andrea DeGette, Videography


Dana Donaldson, Agriculture


Jaison Brooks, AVID / Personal Finance


Steve Holdaway, Drafting


Monique Holmes, Foods and Nutrition


Teri Kirkland, Health Science / Nursing Fundamentals


Linda Osterman, Business


Stephen Pusser, Digital Media


Stephanie Smith, Career Development Coordinator 


Keith Yow, Woodworking


The mission of Career and Technical Education (CTE) is to empower all students to be successful citizens, workers and leaders in a global economy. Our goal is to provide cutting edge curriculum for our students, therefore, ensuring that they exit with high academic and technical skills.

Both school-based and work based learning opportunities are offered to students enrolled in Career and Technical Education.

School-based opportunities include competency-based courses in six program areas: Agriculture Education, Business and Information Technology Education, Career Development, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Health Occupations Education and Trade and Industrial Education.

Work-based learning opportunities include cooperative education, apprenticeships, internships, job shadowing and supervised occupational experiences.

To see CTE courses available at CRHS, view our Course Registration Guide.

CTE Recognitions for the 2014-2015 School Year

Congratulations to James Huebner who placed 3rd in Cyber Security at the Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference in Greensboro, NC , on April 13-15. James will now travel to Chicago, Illinois, this summer to compete on the national level. Good luck, James!

CRHS Virtual Enterprise Named Top 6 Firm in the State

Cedar Ridge High School Virtual Enterprise Firm, Ignite, traveled to Wake Tech Community College on December 17, 2014, to compete in the NC Virtual Enterprise International Business Plan Competiti on. After going through two rounds of tough competition Ignite placed sixth out of eighteen firms (over 100 students competing). Congratulations to Destin, Kacia, Trey, Erin, Kyle, and Sydney on your hard work and dedication to CRHS Virtual Enterprise!

Related Websites

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Virtual Enterprises Internationa

Intisar Hamidullah, Principal
Cedar Ridge High School
1125 New Grady Brown School Road
Hillsborough, NC 27278 
Phone: 919.245.4000
Fax: 919-245-4010
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