It is the policy of the Spring Branch Independent School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or handicap in its educational and career and applied technology education programs, services, or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.

cte DEPARTMENTDirector: Dave Sablatura Instruction: Melissa Sanders Admin Assistant: Donna Benavidezmailto:David.Sablatura@springbranchisd.com?subject=CTE%20Website%20Questionmailto:Melissa.Sanders@springbranchisd.com?subject=CTE%20Website%20Questionmailto:Donna.Benavidez@springbranchisd.com?subject=CTE%20Website%20Questionshapeimage_2_link_0shapeimage_2_link_1shapeimage_2_link_2
useful student links

AREA COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
DeVry University
Houston Community College
Lonestar College
Prairie View A&M University
Rice University
Sam Houston State University
San Jacinto College
Stephen F. Austin State U
Texas A&M University
Texas Southern University
The Art Institute of Houston
The University of Houston
The University of St. Thomas
The University of Texas
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
BPA
DECA
FBLA
FCCLA
HOSA
National Tech Honor Society
SkillsUSA
Texas FFA
TSA

COLLEGE & CAREER INFORMATION
Reality Check ($ needed for your desired lifestyle) 
Career Interest Game
Job Interview Tools
Career Key
Texas OSCAR Career Finder
LiveCareer Interest Test
My Future Interest Quiz
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Scholarship Opportunities
Texas Common Application
National Common Application
What Careers Pay (BLS)
ACT
SAT
The Guthrie Center
AAS Degree Website


useful educator links

CTE RELATED WEBSITES
Achieve Texas
TEA CTE Website

  PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
AAFCS
ACTE
ATTE
CIPS
CTAT
FCSAT
HEAT
ITEA
MET
NAAE
NCHSTE
TBTEA
TIVA
TXHSTE
VATAT


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careers & college
 

Before you know it, your high school years will be over and you’ll be in the next chapter of your life. You can help yourself make that transition seamless by exploring some of the links to the right on career interests surveys, career salaries and how to get to your chosen destination.


A great way to get started is to earn college credit while in high school. It can save you time, money and stress. There are three ways you can do just that - if this interests you, read on!


With Dual Credit, you actually register with the college, pay out-of-district tuition and fees, and once completed successfully you receive a college transcript with the credit. This is for students in grades 11 and 12.


Local Articulations are agreements between SBISD and a specific college. Your college credit is held until you complete all of the high school classes in the articulation sequence, you graduate with either recommended or distinguished plan, and you successfully complete 12 credit hours in the related major in college.


So the sooner you take the time to figure out what you want to do and take the courses in high school that will lead you there, the greater opportunities you will have to earn college credit before graduation!


For information and assistance, talk to your teacher or contact one of us above.

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