Contact Us: 


    Erica Price

    Director, CTE

    P: 281-245-2635                  


    Catherine McClaren
    CTE Program Coordinator 
    P: 281-245-2161
    F: 281-245-2208

    CTE Program Coordinator 
    P: 281.245.2340
    CTE Instructional Coach
    P: 346-347-4105
    F: 281-245-2208
    District Lead Ag Teacher 
    P: 281-245-2439
    F: 281-245-2208
    Secretary to Director, CTE
    P: 258.245.2509 
    F: 281-245-2208


    Career and Technical Education Department

    It is the goal of the AISD Career and Technical Education (CTE) department to create classroom environments for students composed of rigorous, industry-approved curricula that provide students with a safe, economical opportunity to experience real world application of core content, guiding students to explore options available to them for college and career paths. 


    The CTE program accentuates state and national standards by enabling students to gain entry-level employment in high-skill, high-wage jobs and/or continuing their education. Alvin ISD CTE Programs are committed to attracting, developing, and preparing students for diverse careers that reflect current and future industry trends.


    CTE courses are offered at EACH secondary school in our district (JH and HS), in addition to our state of the art Career Center-- JBHensler located centrally.  We offer over 100 courses, in over 26 different Programs of Study, within 13 clusters. 


    The JBH Career Center is a centrally located campus that houses upper level CTE classes that students across the district are eligible to take as a part of their Program of Study.  Students will attend their "Home" campus for initial CTE courses, then take upper level (typically Jr. and Sr level) classes at JBH. Bus transportation is provided to and from JBH from each HS each day. 

    Alvin ISD Career Clusters that help satisfy Endorsement requirements for graduation:
    At the end of Junior High School, students will select a program of study in one of the following Career Clusters.  Please see the AISD High School Course Guide  or the  correspondng Programs of Study list for more information.  
    • Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources 
    • Architecture and Construction 
    • Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications 
    • Business, Marketing and Finance 
    • Education and Training 
    • Health Science 
    • Hospitality and Tourism 
    • Human Services 
    • Information Technology
    • Law and Public Safety
    • Manufacturing 
    • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics 
    • Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
    *For more information about CTE programs in AISD, please contact your campus counselor or the CTE department.  For more information about CTE in general, please visit the following linkTexas Genuine

    It is the policy of Alvin ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability in its vocational programs, services, or activities, as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Alvin ISD will take steps to assure that lack of English -language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs.