Carlisle Center for Careers and Technology

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Careers and Technology!
Everyone needs a career.

Check out our programs and get a jump start on your future today!

Check out this video if you are interested in becoming a Career and Technology Educator.

Mission Statement: Believing that every student is an equally worthwhile investment, the mission of the Carlisle Center for Careers and Technology is for instructors and staff to work together to provide a comprehensive learning environment to help all students achieve at their highest level. Using current and emerging technology, along with fundamental principles, our goal is to enable students to become lifelong learners and to adapt to and succeed in the ever-changing world and labor market.

Admissions Selection Criteria
CTE Selection _ Admissions Policy.pdf


Carlisle High School's Career and Technical Education students train in state of the art facilities, learning and applying the industry standard for their profession through laboratory, and live work experiences in the following fields:

Interested in any of the above fields? Check out the My Next Move or PA Career Zone to research current job outlooks, salaries, and training requirements.


In addition to the Career and Technical Education programs offered, Carlisle High School has several elective courses available to those that are unsure of their career goals. Students can take electives in Family Consumer Sciences. In addition, students can take some of the introductory level courses as electives in Engineering, Communications, Business, Computer Networking, Health Careers, and Workforce Development. Family Consumer Sciences is below, see the other areas links listed above. 

These electives allow students to explore their career options while gaining great industry knowledge.

Carlisle Careers and Technology Center Nondiscrimination Statement

The Carlisle Area School District and the Carlisle Career and Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs or activities. Career and Technical Programs of Study are available to students in the following areas: Communications, Computer Networking, Culinary, Engineering, Early Childhood Education, Work Force Development, Automotive, Carpentry, Marketing, Accounting, and Health Careers. Inquiries may be directed to the Title IX coordinator, Michael Gogoj, [email protected], Title IX Coordinator or Lisa Slover, [email protected], Section 504 Coordinator at 540 West North Street Carlisle, PA 17013 phone: 717-240-6800