Students enrolled in Career and Technical Education courses are encouraged to join and participate in related Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs). Career and Technical Student Organizations are an integral part of the Career and Technical Education program in Huntsville ISD.
These organizations provide an opportunity for students to participate in a variety of activities including: community service projects; local, state, and national competitions; and enhanced instructional programs while in class. Through these youth leadership organizations, students have the opportunity to develop leadership and communication skills.
CTSO's at Huntsville High:
SkillsUSA - for students interested in bio-related technology, cosmetology, communications, computer applications, manufacturing, energy, power, and transportation.
Sponsors: Kayla Neal, Ryann Kaaa-Bauer and Jordan Huebner
Sponsors: Virginia Lenoir
Sponsors: Denise Carpenter and Sandra Cruz
Sponsors: Susan Cook
Future Farmers of America (FFA) - is a co-curricular a national and statewide student organization created to foster experience in students in the areas of farming, agriculture, livestock, horticulture, agricultural mechanics, and leadership.
Sponsors: Amanda Ermis, Allison Wockenfuss, Jeff Sockwell, and Kenneth Goines
Sponsors: Amanda Cason
National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) - is an honor society for outstanding career and technical education students of workforce vocational educational education institutions in the United States.
Sponsors: Ryann Kaaa-Bauer
To get your student involved in one or more of the CTSOs, feel free to contact the sponsors.