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Director's Message

Dear Students, Parents, and Business Partners,
The economic and educational landscapes are rapidly changing. The William S. Hart Union High School District Career and College Readiness Department provides programs, resources, and information used to design a student's educational plan highlighting their strengths, interests, and talents.  
 
Students begin exploring their interests in junior high school electives and in Xello, an online self and career assessment tool. Students can use this information to connect to a wide array of opportunities, including career pathway courses, early college opportunities, and work-based learning experiences. By combining these elements with their core academics, students find relevance and a more profound connection between the classroom and future careers. 
 
I invite you to learn more about these opportunities by exploring our website or contacting our Career and College Readiness Specialists.  Please be sure to share your story by completing the survey on our Student Voices page! 
 
Sincerely, 
 
Dr. Carolyn Hoffman
Director, Career and College Readiness
Students working on robotics in a classroom lab

What is CCR?

The Hart District Career and College Readiness (CCR) Department implements a wide range of supports and services in order to provide students the opportunity to identify their strengths, develop relevant skills, and plan a path towards their future.
 
Explore the many opportunities available! 
Career Exploration
Career Pathway Programs
Early College Credit Opportunities
Work-Based Learning

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Do you want to take a CCR Extended Day Course?

We offer CCR courses in:
Animal Science, Auto Tech, Criminal
Justice, Cyber Security, Design, Visual &
Media Arts, Education, Engineering,
Fire Science, Hospitality, Patient Care,
Entrepreneurship...and more
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At A Glance

  • 1,200 students in Extended Day courses
  • 8,000 students in Day Time CTE courses
  • 250 students in Dual enrollment courses at COC
  • 1700 COC concurrent enrollment courses completed in the summer of 2021