All Pathways

Find Your Path

Search By Pathway Search By School
Posted on: December 22, 2022

The Jimmie Johnson Foundation Announces Over $450,000 in Champions GrantsRocky River High School one of eighteen K-12 public schools to receive funding CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (December 15, 2022) The Jimmie Johnson Foundation (JJF) announced today that 18 school projects in North Carolina will receive $468,462.47 in Champions Grants. The grants are awarded annually to K-12 […]

Read More
Posted on: April 04, 2022

Five high schools from around the state gathered to compete at the NC ProStart Invitational on Friday at Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte. Over $600,000 in scholarships were awarded to the top  three teams in both Culinary and Management competitions.  South Mecklenburg High School swept the competition, taking first place in both Culinary and Management categories, receiving $185,500 in […]

Read More
Posted on: March 21, 2022

Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology’s former CTE I.T. teacher, Dr. Sharon Jones (CMS 2008 – 2015), has committed her career to providing computer science accessible to all. She has been a dedicated, award-winning educator of computer science and technology for 17 years and throughout her career, she has created, implemented, and facilitated computer science […]

Read More
Posted on: January 05, 2022

Mallard Creek DECA in Charlotte, NC was recently awarded the Thrive Level Campaign Award for the 2021-2022 school year. The results were announced on Each year, DECA recognizes leading chapters that have built strong local programs focused on serving an exceptional number of members, advisors, alumni and business partners. These chapters and individuals dedicate […]

Read More
Posted on: August 11, 2021

Mallard Creek High’s Academy of Engineering team is a national winner in the Lenovo Scholar Network’s APP Development Contest for the second year in a row. Students are challenged during this competition to use their creative, technical, and problem-solving skills and MITs APP inventor to conceive, design, and build APPS that serve classrooms and communities. […]

Read More
Posted on: July 15, 2021

Article By: Anna Grace Johnson – CTE Student Summer Intern, Myers Park Class of 2022 Earlier this year, students were able to apply to the Lending Tree’s Financial Roots student essay contest for a chance to win a scholarship. Teachers of the competitors would also have the chance to win prizes. To enter the contest, […]

Read More
Posted on: May 11, 2021

CMS students who are considering a career in Graphic Arts have the option to pursue that course of study while in high school. Northwest School of the Arts is one of those schools offering the CTE Graphic & Digital Design pathway.   First-year students in Introduction to Adobe Applications recently completed a design project on composite […]

Read More
Posted on: May 05, 2021

Senior Ryan Monroe has taken full advantage of his time at OHS by pursuing his curiosities and interests in Engineering & Advanced Technologies. Ryan has just earned a Summer paid internship at Groninger USA, which can evolve into a $175,000 Engineering Apprenticeship. That opportunity would pay for his college education while simultaneously providing him wages […]

Read More
Posted on: April 30, 2021

Rocky River High senior Jordyn Logan wants to become a crime scene investigator, and now she has a head start on her career through the Career and College Promise (CCP) program. CCP is a dual-enrollment program that allows juniors and seniors to earn tuition-free college credit toward a two- or four-year degree at Central Piedmont Community College […]

Read More
Posted on: April 29, 2021

BY BRODIE LOWE THE MINT HILL TIMES MINT HILL, NC – Rocky River High School’s vision for the student body goes beyond classroom walls of brick and mortar, beyond pen and paper, beyond merely passing courses.  The school’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program prepares students for their career pathway while still in high school, […]

Read More