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College and Career Readiness

Tustin Unified School District provides students with rigorous, real-world learning opportunities that extend and apply their knowledge and skills beyond high school, supporting educational goals and career aspirations.  The combination of engaging academics, Career Technical Education (CTE), early college credit opportunities, and a variety of real world experiences support all students in becoming college and career ready. 

Career Technical Education (CTE)

CTE prepares all students to be college and workforce ready!  Build knowledge and skill now! Learn more about the CTE pathways available in TUSD.

Internships & Work-based learning

Students can apply and enhance their knowledge and skills through real world experiences. Review current opportunities offered through TUSD.

Early College Credit

Students can get a head start on their college coursework prior to graduation. Explore early college credit options in TUSD. 

Scholarships and Financial Aid

There are numerous organizations and resources to help students to pay for college, certificate programs, and career training after high school.

Career Center

Workforce readiness resources for our job seeking students. Develop a resume, hone interview skills, and view local job opportunities.

Volunteer Opportunities

Expand student experiences and enhance college applications through volunteering. 

Tustin High BioMed students attending ULP Academy


For More Information Contact:

Alita Salazar
College and Career Coordinator
Phone: 714-730-7301 Ext: 51481