Career and Technical Education Programs

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    Welcome to Melbourne High School's

    Career and Technical Education Programs 

    Career and Technical Education courses provide students opportunity to pursue high school courses with focus on career interests. MHS hosts a number of CTE programs for career exploration and early certifications. 

    Applied Engineering Tech        Certified Nursing Assistant                          Culinary

    Digital Design                             Emergency Medical Responder                   International Business

    Web Design                                 Building Construction Technology                  

    Applications for educational program opportunities at Melbourne High School open in January on the Office of Equity, Innovation, and Choice application page found on the Brevard Public Schools district website.  



    Your Future - Your Choice - Choose You

    Don’t Wait – Apply During BPS Choice Programs Application Window open in January


Contact Us

  • For more information about the International Career Program, contact Mr. Schweich Academy Director,  by email at 

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    Career and Technical EducationTeachers 

    Business Education: 

    International Business 

    Jake Schweich 

    Computer – based Instruction:






    Digital Design 

    Alicia Fannon

    Digital Info Tech 

    Kim Uhing

    Web Design 

    John Angove 

    Applied Engineering 

    Tom Gabeler 

    Health-related Studies: 


    Emergency Medical Responder 

    Personal Care Assistant  

    Sue Robbins 

    Culinary Studies: 


    Food Sciences 

    Chef Mike Ferguson 

    Culinary Professional 

    Chef Abigail Cheshire 


    Building Construction Tech 

    Ron Dyer 


    Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps 


    Aerospace Science 

    Robin Athey, Col, USAF (R) 

    David Greene, MSgt, USAF (R) 

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    Career Program - hboydphoto

    Career Program


    Purpose meaningful to the individual student is often missing from high school. The Career Program is opportunity for students to find a purpose, a reason for high school to mean more than a diploma after four years. The Career Program provide students a deliberate path to their future. 

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