Find Yourself Here
For students interested in business, web design and media communications, graphic design, food science, health care and leadership through JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps) the CTL Academy may be a perfect choice. The Academy offers valuable hands-on learning opportunities and career pathways ending with a professional certification, internship or work-based learning experience and membership in several national student organizations in business (FBLA), health care (HOSA), and graphic design (Skills USA). Degrees may be earned at the Academy level, Advanced level, and Distinguished level.
Business, technology, leadership- these are the heart of every Career, Technology and Leadership Academy (CTLA) program. And it is our mission in CTLA and responsibility to create leaders with an accomplished understanding of current business, industry, technology, and service career paths and equip them with the knowledge and skills for success in post-secondary academia, community and the global workforce.
Career Clusters and Pathways
CTLA offers 7 career clusters – each with a pathway or a sequence of required courses necessary to earn
certification at the completion of the pathway. The career clusters and corresponding pathways are:
- Arts, Audio-Video Technology & Communications - Audio-Video Technology & Film Pathway
- Arts, Audio-Video Technology & Communications – Graphic Design Pathway
- Business Management & Administration - Entrepreneurship Pathway
- Government & Public Administration - Leadership JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) Pathway
- Healthcare Science - Allied Health Pathway
- Human Services - Food Science Pathway
- Information Technology - Web and Digital Design Pathway
Meet our Faculty
JROTC Cadets of the Year!
Fulton County Cadet of the Year - Brigade Commander Max Friedman, and North Springs Cadets of the Year: Battalion Commander Shayan Lalianpour and Giselle Avilia with Ret Major Todd Powers, JROTC instructor.
Junior Achievement Fellow Ilana Wayne's Company wins for Georgia
Senior Ilana Wayne who participates in Junior Achievement's Fellow program is a member of the team who's company AWEAR won Georgia Company of the Year! AWEAR, will represent JA of Georgia at the National Student Leadership Summit this summer in Washington, D.C. Student-run businesses from across the nation will participate in a trade fair to promote their products, and will pitch their companies to a panel of business leaders. There are currently more than 15,000 students nationwide in the JA Fellows program. Here's the press release