The CPA Eco-Engineering Academy Program offers students from all grade levels (9th to 12th) the opportunity to be exposed to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum through project based learning. The Career Technical Education (CTE) courses that are offered consist of Principles of Engineering (POE), Introduction to Design (ID), Civil Engineering and Architecture (CEA), and Engineering Research and Development; in addition, academic courses such as Science, English, and Social Science are included as part of the Academy program. All these courses emphasize clean technologies and renewable energy concepts. POE and ID are articulated with San Diego City Community College (SDCCC) Courses: MFET 101 Intro to Engineering Technology and MFET 105 Print Reading and Symbology, respectively. Engineering Design is the industrial sector that is related to the academy.
The CPA Health Academy Program offers students from all grade levels (9th to 12th) the opportunity to be introduce to the medical field throughout the pathway. The Career Technical Education (CTE) courses that are offered consist of Principles of Biomedical Sciences (PBS), Human Body Systems (HBS), Medical Interventions (MI), and Biomedical Innovations (BI). All courses will build upon each other, letting students learn about different careers in the medical field as well as various topics relating to health and medicine. Students will be able to perform hands-on activities through dissections and labs. In addition, they are given the opportunity to hear from guest speakers about different medical professions and be taught lessons from family practice doctors. Being part of the pathway gives students the opportunity to join a mentorship where they will shadow health care professionals at Scripps Mercy Hospital Chula Vista and be offered rigorous internships from Scripps as well.