Students waiting to load bus for Tucson

Rio Rico High School adds significant enhancements to its Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, aimed at providing students with unparalleled opportunities for hands-on learning and skill development. Through investments in transportation, state-of-the-art technology, upgraded equipment, and modernized classrooms, RRHS is reaffirming its commitment to preparing students for success in today's rapidly evolving workforce.

The additions to the CTE program include:

Transportation Services: Recognizing the importance of access to off-site learning for our students, the RRHS CTE program has invested in transportation services for students traveling to Tucson to take Pima JTED classes.

New Technology Integration: The Law and Public Safety program has equipped its CTE classrooms with a 911 simulator to keep pace with advancements in industry standards. This cutting-edge software provides students with interactive learning platforms, students will have access to technology that mirrors professional environments, enhancing their skills and competitiveness in the job market.

Modernized Classrooms: Renovations to CTE classrooms have transformed the learning spaces. With flexible furniture and new flooring, students will experience an inspiring learning environment that fosters creativity and growth.

"These enhancements to our Career and Technical Education program underscore our commitment to providing students with the resources, experiences, and skills they need to thrive in today's competitive workforce," said Jimmy Navarro, CTE Program Coordinator. "By investing in transportation, technology, equipment, and facilities, we empower our students to pursue their passions, explore new opportunities, and achieve their full potential."