Baker High School has nearly 100 students that leave school early each day to go to work. These students are supervised through the Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers and must meet specific, rigorous requirements. Work-Based Learning (WBL) students are required to take CTE courses and follow CTE guidelines. Students also use biometric time clocks to clock out of school each day before heading to work. WBL instructors make sure students receive realistic experiences as they prepare them for life after high school.
Pictured left to right: Cole Holbrook, Southern Farm Equipment; Darrel Campbell, Starbucks; Nick Sullivan and Dusin McCranie, ATA Martial Arts
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