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Career and Technical Education (CTE) encompasses a variety of technical training and career preparation programs to prepare students for high-wage, high-skill and high-demand careers. In Frenship ISD, over 2,700+ students (grades 7-12) participate in 90 CTE courses that help them explore career options and develop occupational skills. CTE programs provide students the practical experience they need to succeed through a combination of classroom instruction, hands-on laboratory work, and on-the-job training. In Frenship ISD, all graduating students have taken at least one CTE course.

Frenship ISD Career Clusters
  • Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
  • Architecture and Construction
  • Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
  • Business Marketing & Finance
  • Education & Training
  • Health Science
  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Human Services
  • Information Technology
  • Law and Public Safety
  • Manufacturing
  • Science, Technology, Engineering & Math
  • Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
  1. Academically Equipped
  2. Effective Communicators
  3. Responsible Citizens
  4. Passionate Learners
  • 91% of all high school students are CTE concentrators within in a CTE related career area
  • Two CTE classes are required for graduation (Professional Communication and (BIM) Business Information Management)
  • The largest program area at Frenship High School is Health Science with over 700 participants.
  • There are roughly 50 CTE teachers in Frenship ISD.  (25% of teachers entered education as former industry experts)
  • Over 2,700+ students (grades 7-12) participate in CTE courses annually.
  • The greatest number of CTE courses completed by one FHS student in four years is 18!
  • In 2020, over 200 students earned a skill certificate by passing an industry certification exam.
  • Over 15 hours of articulated college or CTE technical dual credit are earned by CTE students.


Frenship I.S.D. offers career and technical education programs in 14 Career Clusters identified by the U.S. Department of Education and adopted by the Texas Education Agency. Admission to these career clusters is based on student interest and course prerequisites as listed in the Course Guide.

It is the policy of Frenship I.S.D. not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or handicap in its career and technical education 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.

Frenship I.S.D. will take steps to ensure that lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and career and technical education programs.

For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator, Farley Reeves Dean, at 501 7th St., Wolfforth, Texas 79382, 806-866-0052.

amy baker

Amy Baker has served as the District Coordinator of Career and Technical Education since July 2016. In this time, she has worked to strengthen curriculum and resource supports for teachers and build collaborative partnerships to further student learning and career readiness. Mrs. Baker oversees programs such as Job Shadow Day, Senior Seminar, campus Lunch and Learns, and Work-Based learning experiences for all grade levels.

She is a former marketing teacher and DECA advisor with over 15 years of classroom and CTE experience. She has a master’s degree in Business Administration and currently holds both a Principal and Superintendent Certification. She was named by the local Chamber of Commerce as a Top 20 Under 40 recipient in 2019. All three of her children attend Frenship School District.