Kearney, Neb – Nebraska Loves Public Schools is highlighting Kearney High School in a new video, “Kearney High School Career Education for All”.
The video explains how Career Education at KHS helps students understand their skills and interests and identify career paths. “We’ve adapted our Career Education model based on what the Nebraska State Department of Education created,” states Career Education Coordinator, Angie Fransk. She explains that there are six Small Learning Communities available to students at KHS:
- Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
- Fine & Performing Arts
- Skilled & Technical Sciences
- Health Sciences
- Human Sciences and Education
- Business, Marketing, & Information Technology
The Small Learning Communities gives students the opportunity for hands-on exploration of different career fields. According to KHS teacher, Natalie Madsen, the opportunity to explore careers in high school saves money in college as students know exactly what career field they like.
The students, parents, and teachers are all behind the students in their career exploration from their freshman year through graduation.
See the film at https://www.kearneypublicschools.org/