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The Career Cluster
The Pathways
The Focus Area

Arts, Media & Information Technology

Arts, media and entertainment

Information technology

Business, Marketing, & Management

Finance and Business


Environmental &Agricultural

Ag &Natural Resources

Global Ecology

Health Sciences


HROP Health Occupations

Human Services & Resources


Public Services

Law & Government

  • US History

 Global Ecology

Transportation, Manufacturing
& Engineering

Architecture & Construction










  PATHWAYS Through Eureka High School

Eureka High School provides the greatest depth and breadth in curricular offerings of any high school in northern California. A review of this course newspaper will demonstrate that we have:

  • 80 academic course offerings in English, Math, Science, Social Science and World Language (Spanish and German) in addition to 8 Advanced Placement offerings
  • 40 vocational course offerings in Computer and Business Science, Consumer & Home Economics, Agriculture, and Industrial Education (woods, metals, auto, computer assisted drafting)
  • 13 Performing Arts courses including Theater Arts, Bands, Orchestra and vocal music
  • 20 Visual and Media Arts courses in areas such as drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, photography, audio and video production.
  • 15 physical education and general elective courses such as Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC), Athletic Training, Student Leadership classes, Project EAST, and Becoming a Teacher.

We offer several interest pathways for students to follow through Eureka High School, providing a series of focused courses in a selected area of interest over their four-year high school career. Each pathway will offer the student a unique experience through job shadowing, an internship or work experience, and/or a Senior Project. The purpose of these PATHWAY models is to provide the student a guide through our vast course offerings while providing for unique connections for students and staff.

(Note: A senior project is required to complete any of the pathways)




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