Northampton County Schools’ CTE department does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to Career and Technical Education.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides learning opportunities for students in grades 6 -12th and Northampton County Early College. The CTE pathway is designed to connect high school courses to college, industry credentials and certifications, and/or careers.
At Conway Middle students are offered:
6th grade: Keyboarding/ Word Processing
7th grade: Digital Literacy
8th grade: Office Productivity Applications
Gaston Middle students are offered:
6th grade: Exploring Personal Characteristics & Careers
7th & 8th: Exploring Careers and Employment
At Northampton County High School students can participate in the following career pathways:
Public Safety Career Pathway and Fire Safety
Culinary Arts Internship Career Pathway
Early Childhood Development and Services Career Pathway
Digital Design and Animation Pathway.
Students who chose to take part in the Northampton Career and Technical Academy of Innovation in partnership with Roanoke Chowan Community College can participate in the following College and Career Promise Courses. Students are offered the opportunity to earn industry-recognized credentials/certifications while in high school.
1. Emergency Medical Technology
2. Nurse Aide I
4. HVAC Certifications
5. Electrical Systems Certifications
6. Welding Certifications.
Amy Lamm Draper, ED. D
Director of Career and Technical Education
(252) 534-1371 ext 2239
Office Manager/Administrative Assistant
Career Development & Special Populations Coordinator