Career and Technical Education


  • CTE Logo Homewood City Schools offers the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs listed below by school. It is the policy of the Homewood City School Board that no person in this district shall, on the basis of race, color, disability, creed, religion, sex, age, or national origin be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination in any education program or activity. This includes employment, retention, and promotion.

    Homewood Middle School
    Family and Consumer Sciences

    Homewood High School
    Air Force JROTC
    Family and Consumer Sciences
    Work-Based Learning

    Work-based Learning is an educational strategy that provides students with simulated workplace experience that allow them to apply academic, technical and softs skills to develop students' employability skill set. To submit a request to host a high school intern, click here when link is active.

    The following persons may be contacted by email or at the Homewood Board of Education
    450 Dale Avenue
    Homewood, Alabama 35209
    Phone: 205-870-4203

    For inquiries regarding CTE course offerings and prerequisites, contact: Dr. Desiree L. Smith, Career and Technical Education Director

    For inquiries regarding Academy of Craft Training and Work-Based Learning, contact: Mrs. Delisa Brooks, Career Coach

    For inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies, contact: Dr. Betty Winches, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction

    For Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies and Section 504, contact: Dr. Betty Winches, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction

    For inquiries regarding Federal Programs, contact: Dr. Patrick Chappell, Director of Instructional Support

    For inquiries regarding Title IX, contact: Mr. Doug Gann, Athletic Director