Conroe ISD currently offers 15 career clusters for high school students to pursue, including programs in health science, cosmetology, information technology and arts.
Courtesy Conroe ISD

Conroe ISD currently offers 15 career clusters for high school students to pursue, including programs in health science, cosmetology, information technology and arts.
Courtesy Conroe ISD

With a nationwide push for schools to focus more on career and technical education programs, local school districts such as Conroe ISD are investing more funds in workforce programs.

For example, CISD’s $807 million bond package proposal—which will be on the May 4 election ballot—includes a $10.5 million investment to expand the existing career and technical education program at Oak Ridge High School as well as to build a

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