There are a variety of career and technical education courses offered at McNary High School to allow students the opportunity to explore possible career options. Many classes also offers students the ability to gain college credit for their classes they successfully complete at McNary.

These programs are a phenomenal way for students interested in a career tech program to get hands on education and experience while still in high school. They allow students to experiment with a potential career path and gain practical on the job training in a high demanding career that can take with into a high-wage job or positively help them transition to post-secondary education and college.

Programs at McNary

McNary Currently has six different career paths in our CTE program.

Auto Tech
Digital Media
Graphic Design
Culinary Arts
Business
Recording Arts
Construction
Auto Tech

Info about Auto Tech

Culinary
Graphic Design
Media Production
Business
Construction
CTEC

Salem-Keizer school district gives students the opportunity to get hands on experience and training through the Career Technical Education Center (CTEC). Students who are academically on track for graduation can choose to apply as a junior or senior to the CTEC program. Currently the programs offered to students include: Commercial Manufacturing, Residential Construction, Cosmetology, 3D Design for Game & Television Production, Automotive/Collision Repair and Unmanned Autonomous Systems, Public Safety and Business Management, Agri-Science, and Culinary Arts/Restaurant Management.