While many schools send students outside the district for Career and Technical Education, Bedford High School has many of its own programs on campus. This arrangement provides opportunities for more students to take advantage of Career and Technical Education programs as part of their elective course options. College credit may also be earned through most of our career tech courses. Taught by instructors who make the student their number-one concern, students explore high-tech, hands-on learning. They gain the knowledge and skills necessary to enter the workforce, military, or higher education, and, in general, prepare to function in a high-tech, high-demand world.
Through the various Career and Technical student organizations, students gain valuable leadership skills and participate in local, regional, state, and national competitions.
Program Descriptions Through a mutual agreement, with 4 area districts (Maple Heights, Shaker Heights, Cleveland Heights-University Heights, and Warrensville Heights), the districts share additional programs. Bedford students have the opportunity to enroll in up to 23 unique pathways.
The Bedford City School District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, age, religion, disability, or national origin in the education programs and activities which it operates. Any questions or claims may be directed to the district's Title IX/Section 504 coordinator, Samuel Vawters, at 475 Northfield Road, Bedford, OH 44146.