Career and Technical Education

Career & Technical Education at Quincy High School

A female student uses a welding machine in the QHS metal fab shop.At Quincy High School, we believe in providing our students with the tools and skills they need to succeed in a rapidly evolving world. Our Career and Technical Education program is designed to prepare students for a successful future by offering a wide range of hands-on learning experiences, industry-aligned curriculum, and real-world opportunities.

Programs available at Quincy High School include:

Whether you dream of becoming a skilled tradesperson, an innovative entrepreneur, a tech-savvy engineer, or a creative designer, we have a pathway that suits your interests and talents. Our CTE instructors are passionate professionals with extensive industry experience who bring real-world insights into the classroom, making learning both relevant and exciting.

We collaborate closely with local businesses and industry leaders to ensure our students gain exposure to real work environments and stay current with industry trends.

Our CTE program equips students with essential soft skills like teamwork, communication, and problem-solving; and many of our CTE pathways offer the opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications, giving students a head start in their chosen career.

Learn more about Career & Technical Education at QPS and/or contact your guidance counselor for additional information.

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Faculty