The Bridges Career Academies offer students in grades 9-12 the opportunity to explore a career pathway while preparing for employment and/or post-secondary education. The Academies’ curriculum provides students personalized, practical, and integrated learning experiences. Academy courses provide hands-on learning activities that combine technical, academic and employability skills related to a specific career. Students enrolled in the Academies take classes at their high school, receiving high school, and, in some cases, college credit.
By enrolling in a Bridges Career Academy, students:
• Prepare for employment and/or college.
• Participate in a business/industry experience.
• Earn high school and potential college credit.
• Receive Academy certificate and honor cord upon completion.
View the current Bridges Career Academies options by selecting your school along the right side of this page.
To enroll, contact a Bridges Teacher, a high school counselor or review the high school’s course registration guide for more information.
Download the Career Academies fact sheet.
For more information, contact your Bridges Career Academies Coordinator (map of region):