Hattiesburg High School

Career Technical Education (CTE) at Hattiesburg Public School District offers 10 programs. To learn more about each program and contact instructors, click on the program title. 

About the Program 

The Construction Core/Electrical program includes hands-on experiences that introduce students to the fundamentals of construction safety, tools, math and blueprint reading, as well as basic carpentry, electrical, masonry and plumbing skills. 
 

Program Instructor

Dr. Earnest Evans 
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Culinary Arts includes classroom and hands-on experiences that will prepare students for employment or continuing education in the foodservice industry.
 

Program Instructor

Toni Floyd
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Digital Media Technology (DMT) is designed for students who wish to develop, design, and implement projects in the fast-growing field of digital media. The course focuses on the basic areas of graphics, audio production, animation, and film production.
 

Program Instructor

Tanya Evans
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Early Childhood Education prepares students for future success in the field of early childhood education by improving academic and technical skills, improving employability skills, and articulating courses to community colleges.
 

Program Instructor

Deanna Anderson
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Robotics Engineering is a program in pre-engineering and robotics for high school students. The program provides students with expanded knowledge of the use of technical skills and enables them to solve problems by applying knowledge in a technological context.
 

Program Instructor

Stephen Jordan
 

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Health Science provides students with an overview of the health-care field including nursing services, therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, veterinary services, medical services, emergency services, rehabilitative services, pharmacists, and mental health services.
 

Program Instructor

Mimi Wilson
 

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Information Technology prepares students for occupations in the fields of computer operations and programming, software applications, web development, and computer repair/installation. IT students can pursue CompTIA STRATA and Microsoft MTA Networking Fundamentals Certifications.
 

Program Instructor

Marcus Jordan
 

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Law and Public Safety is a program that allows students to learn specialized areas and topics within the law and public safety arena. They will examine the daily tasks and responsibilities of the professionals in the field.
 

Program Instructor

Brianne Kelly

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Polymer Science introduces students to the field of plastics and polymer materials manufacturing. It is designed to provide students with hands-on experiences related to the application of polymer science concepts in the workplace.
 

Program Instructor

James Brownlow

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Sports Medicine focuses on the aspects of the prevention and care of sports injuries. Students learn the importance of prevention, evaluation, acute treatment and therapeutic care related to injuries in sports.
 

Program Instructor

Brian Maskew