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The L'Anse Creuse Public Schools provides all students in our two high schools with opportunities to make informed decisions about their future.  The Frederick V. Pankow Center provides Career and Technical Education programs that are designed to provide a pathway to their career goal.

These same programs are currently available for high school juniors and seniors attending Lutheran North, Merritt Academy, Mt. Clemens, New Haven,  Richmond and Utica through consortium agreements.

The Pankow Center provides programs that prepare students for jobs that are in demand and that offer long-range career opportunities.   L'Anse Creuse students may choose to participate in the more specialized technical preparation curricula at the Pankow Center.  Many of the programs begin as early as the tenth grade and continue toward a two or four-year degree at a technical, community college or university.  Students enrolled in career and technical education will be prepared to enter fields of work, which lead to more economically rewarding positions. 

The programs offered at the Pankow Center are staffed by certified instructors and supported by counselors, an externship (formerly co-op) coordinator and a career development facilitator.

Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses offered at the
Frederick V. Pankow Center:

 Arts and Communications
 Graphic Arts & Design Technology

Natural Resources & Agriscience 
 Horticulture Science

Food Science

 Computer Technology
PC Servicing and Networking  

Web Design

Engineering / Manufacturing & Industrial Technology
Auto Collision & Repair Technology
Auto Technology 1 & 2

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

Construction Technology

 Health Sciences
Health Occupations 1 
Health Occupations 2
Medical Assisting

Medical Investigative Services

Intro to Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy

 Human Services
 Criminal Justice
 Culinary Arts
 Early Childhood Education
Teacher Cadet



Last updated: 12/7/2016 2:40:04 PM