Career Technical Education (CTE) courses are designed to help students develop knowledge and skills that will help them in the workforce.  Students enrolled in these courses who receive a C or better for both semesters and submit a portfolio to MSJC may receive articulated credit.  In this way, students could receive both ten high school credits as well as five units through the junior college.  Typically, these courses offer some kind of certification applicable to the workforce.
CTE courses are organized into pathways.  The State of California recognizes successful completion of a CTE pathway as an indicator of college/career preparedness.  Currently, WVHS has CTE pathways in the following areas:
Agriscience Pathway
      Ag Biology
      Ag Chemistry--College credit
Ag Mechanics Pathway
      Ag Mechanics 1
      Ag Mechanics 2--College credit
Animal Science Pathway
      Animal Science
      Veterinary Science--College credit
Plant and Soil Pathway
      Plant and Soil--College credit
      Viticulture--College credit
Beginning Drama and Production Drama
Intermediate Dance and Advanced Dance
Digital Media
Multimedia and Computer Animation
 Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine and Advanced Sports Medicine