CGHS Career Development
The following programs at CGHS assist students in selecting their courses in a career-related sequence.  The Career Majors program offers suggested course paths, whereas PLTW and AOF offer specific courses within the career related area.  Select the following links to learn more about each program.


Central Nine


CGHS 10th, 11th and 12th grade students have the opportunity to apply for 39 vocational/technical programs at Central Nine Career Center. Students interested in these courses should discuss their plan with their guidance counselor when they enter high school in order that the entrance requirements for the C-9 program are met. Since positions at C9 are limited, students need to apply during November of the year prior to their enrollment. Selections are made on the basis of grades related to the area of interest, attendance, counselor and teacher recommendations, and general school citizenship.


  • Students can earn up to 4 credits in their selected program each semester.
  • Opportunities for cooperative training during the 2nd year in several of the programs, allowing paid, on-the-job training with various area employers.

Use the following links to learn more about C-9:

Central Nine Program Descriptions

Central Nine Career Center Website

 
Last Modified on January 24, 2014