Central Programs

CAVIAT Central Programs are enhanced CTE programs of study that are offered at post-secondary institutions, industry and/or CAVIAT owned facilities. These central programs may or may not follow a typical high school schedule. These programs allow students the ability to earn industry certification, college credit and internship opportunities.

Alternative Energy Technician
The Alternative Energy Technology program will provide students with the skills to pursue a career in the Alternative Energy and Green Technologies career fields. The students will be instructed through mastery learning conditions and field study workshops arranged with local contractors.

Four Semester program open to high school juniors and seniors. Taught on the Coconino Community College Campus, Flagstaff, Arizona.


Pursuing a career in the BioSciences can be immensely rewarding and exciting. Understand about the natural world in which we live and address issues of personal well being and worldwide concern, such as environmental degradation and threats to human health.

Two semester program taught at NAU in Flagstaff and at the CAVIAT Central Campuses outside of the Flagstaff area.


The Business program is designed to prepare students to enter the business profession, at an entry level, with pathways in general business, accounting, and business management. Enrolled students will gain general knowledge and skills tailored to their area of interest.

Two to four semester program open to high school juniors and seniors. Taught on the Coconino Community College Campus, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Online or ITV options are available for students who live outside of the Flagstaff area.



Emergency Medical Service
As a first responder, you'll be one of the first people to arrive and provide medical care at emergency incidents. Topics covered are patient assessment, CPR review, airway, shock, would management, full body mobilization, and initial treatment for other medical emergencies. This program prepares students to pathway into an EMT or other related health career.

One or two semester program for high school juniors and seniors.


Engineering Sciences
The Engineering Sciences program is designed to develop students' understanding of engineering problem solving and design practices. The program will prepare students to apply fundamental scientific and mathematical laws and principles relevant to engineering and technology. Students will learn to apply Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) concepts to current technologies and tools as they learn about the different disciplines and opportunities within the fields of engineering. The program is designed and delivered as a coherent sequence of experiences using technical instruction, academic foundations, experiential learning, and supervised occupational experience to enhance their skills through good communication, teamwork, leadership and personal development skills through the program and their Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) Skills USA.

One to three year program for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Taught at the CAVIAT Central Campus, Flagstaff, Arizona. 


Marine Power & Extreme Sports Technology
This course is designed to introduce students to various marine systems including inboard, outboard, stern drive, personal watercraft (PWC), all-terrain vehicle (ATV), and motorcycle repair procedures. The course will cover basic two-stroke and four-stroke engine repair, propulsion repair, drive train repair, suspension repair, and braking repair for each type of equipment.

Upon successful completion students will have the opportunity to earn NCCER Mechanic Level One, the OSHA 10 and PADI Open Diver certificates.

Taught at the CAVIAT Central Campus - Page, Arizona.


Medical Assistant

This two year certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions as Medical Assistants in medical office businesses. The students will receive training in numerous areas, giving them an understanding of the varied responsibilities and skills necessary for employment.

Students completing the certificate are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) certification exam to become a Registered Medical Assistant (RMA).

Taught at the Coconino Community College campus Flagstaff, Arizona.

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Nursing Assistant
The Nursing Assistant program prepares students to work in the health care industry in places such as: hospitals, doctor's offices, nursing homes, assisted care facilities, and home health care. This program is designed for students seeking an introduction to nursing assisting and the basic skills required for computations, documenting, team collaboration, communication, and client advocacy in the health care setting. Prepares students for entry level employment in acute care, long term care, and assisted living settings.

Two semester program for high school seniors only. Students who successfully complete this program are eligible to take the State Certification exam at the end of the second semester.

Taught at the Coconino Community College campus Flagstaff, Arizona.


Pre-Health Careers
The Pre-Health Careers program assists students in completing the prerequisites to qualify for the nursing program at the Coconino Community College and other Arizona community colleges currently offering a nursing program, or to seek opportunities within Emergency Medical Services and some Allied Health fields. This Program of Study achieves the perquisites and some of the co-requisites required by the Coconino Community College prior to applying to their school of nursing.

Two year program open to high school juniors and seniors. Taught on the Coconino Community College Campus, Flagstaff, Arizona.


Veterinary Assistant
The Veterinary Assistant course is designed to provide fundamental knowledge and basic skills needed to work in a veterinary setting. The student will be able to take the knowledge and skills obtained and be an effective, functional employee. These classes will also introduce students to different career paths within the veterinary field, whether they want to obtain employment straight after high school, continue on to a two year Veterinary Technic an program, or for an undergraduate degree and veterinary school.

One year program open to high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Taught at the CAVIAT Central Campus - Flagstaff.

"Where else can I get training and skills for my future while I'm attending high school. My parents loved that it was all paid for, too."
-Sinagua High School
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Brent Neilson Ed.D.: Superintendent
Christine Mayer: Program Coordinator
Mike Twyford: Program Coordinator
PO Box 3940
Page, Arizona 86040
tel: 928.645.2737
fax 928.645.2773
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