The Williston Basin Career & Technical Education (CTE) Center and Del Easton Alternative School will be home to 11 educational program clusters, providing space for students and faculty to collaborate and work together and to highlight the career possibilities within each – and how they interconnect.
Career Interaction Commons
Welcome Space

The Program Clusters include:

– Agriculture
– Automotive & Diesel Technology
– Aviation
– Business
– Construction & Building Systems
– Energy & Petroleum
– Family & Consumer Science
– Health Science
– Information Technology
– Technology & Engineering
– Del Easton Alternative School
  • Cohesive exterior design with the existing high school, creating a visual continuity on the campus
  • With the focus of exploring career options, the CTE Center includes two collaboration spaces which have been dubbed “Career Interaction Commons”. Area business leaders could meet students in an informal setting, such as a career fair, or conduct mock job interviews in a private meeting space. The commons also provide an open, light filled space for informal conversations with the Career Development Counselor or for students to pick up the latest brochure about opportunities. With the variety of uses as described, these spaces will be flexible and are intended to change to meet the needs for that day
  • The classrooms are flexible, allowing different learning styles (lecture, project-based) to take place in each. Specialty lab spaces are provided to meet the specific needs of the program clusters – such as a simulation clinic room for the Health Science Program Cluster
  • Student, faculty, and guests are greeted to the Alternative School and the CTE Center with a secure, shared welcome space. From the initial welcome, they can enter either institution to begin their day
  • The estimated construction completion is set for August 2024