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CTE Instructors

Dominic Copas
Computers, Careers, & Finance
Exploring Computer Science


Jeff Brehmeyer
Computers, Careers, & Finance
Intro to Business
ROP Computer Software
ROP Web Design


Patric Frost
Computers, Careers, & Finance
AP Computer Science
Business Leadership & Management
FBLA Advisor


Sharon Repp
Computers, Careers, & Finance
Business Technology & Information


Phillip Thomas
Woodshop I, II,III, & IV
Residential & Commercial Construction

Career Technical Education

Los Osos High School - Career Technical Education

Sharon Repp
Business Department Chair
Email: sharon.repp@cjuhsd.net
Phone: (909) 477-6900
Fax: (909) 460-5872

CTE Pathways

Information & Support Services Media Support Services
Computers, Careers & Finance Computers, Careers & Finance
Business Technology & Information Business Technology & Information
Exploring Computer Science Exploring Computer Science
Introduction to Business AP Computer Science Principals
AP Computer Science Principals AP Computer Science A
AP Computer Science A  
Business Leadership & Management Residential and Commercial Construction
ROP Computer Software Lab Cabinetry, Millwork & Woodworking
ROP Web Design Residential and Commercial Construction


Pathway Description

Information & Support Services Media Support Services
Mastery of information technologies is an essential part of nearly all successful business organizations today. People who have experience in information support services are constantly in high demand for a variety of positions. Students in this pathway prepare for careers that involve the implementation of computer services and software, provision of technical assistance, creation of technical documentation, and management of information systems. Organizations of all types and sizes use digital media to communicate with existing and potential customers. This pathway introduces students to the world of web design and robotics. Students in this pathway prepare for careers that involve creating, designing, and producing multimedia products and services. These services may include e-business web sites or computer enhanced visual media. There is a high demand for web designers, especially those with graphic media arts, and information technology skills.
Residential and Commercial Construction  
This program begins with the safety precautions in using shop equipment. Once students have passed a safety test, they construct their own wood projects using a variety of tools and techniques. The course has four levels of instruction, so students can build on their skills each year. The Construction Technology course will provide students with entry-level skills in occupational areas of carpentry, construction trades, cabinetmaking, and furniture production.