Admission Requirements

Students who want to attend the Career and Technical Education High School must apply. The CTEHS will start accepting applications in the fall of 2017.

Who Can Apply?

Students who are in grades eighth through 10th during the 2017-18 school year can apply. They will form the first class of ninth, 10th and 11th graders at the campus in 2018-2019.

Student Requirements

The selection panel will base admission on a student’s Program of Study/HB5 Endorsement. Aldine ISD students develop these as part of the middle school College and Career Readiness course.

Applicants must:

  • Have a Record of Satisfactory Performance related to Attendance, Behavior and Academics.
  • Complete an Application by Dec. 15, 2017
  • Attend Mandatory CTEHS Student-Parent Meeting
  • Abide by the school’s dress code
  • Sign Student & Parent Contract

Students will be informed of acceptance in spring 2018.

High School Program of Study

The program of study allows students to fulfill diploma and House Bill 5 requirements.

Visit Programs page to learn more about our career programs of study and endorsements.

What You Should Know

  • Students will graduate from the CTEHS.
  • Students have the opportunity to earn college credit through dual credit offerings.
  • Students have the opportunity to earn certifications.
  • Students have an opportunity to be educated in a facility based on industry standards.


Aldine ISD provides transportation for all students who qualify for bus services.

Extra Curricular Activities

Students enrolled at the CTEHS will not participate in any activities at another Aldine ISD high school such as band, choir, athletics, drill team, etc.

Students will be required to participate in a Career and Technology Student Organization related to their program of study at the CTEHS.

Public School Choice

The CTEHS forms part of the District’s growing range of options for students. The District offers magnet schools, the International Baccalaureate continuum, early college campuses and now the CTEHS.

Specialized campuses tap into students’ specific interests and learning styles.