At James Reese Career and Technical Center, students from all eleven FBISD high schools have access to advanced CTE programming in multiple pathways including, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Architecture and Construction, Arts and Audio/Video Technologies and Communications, Culinary Arts, Human Services, Education and Training, Information Technology, Law and Public Safety, Manufacturing, and Transportation and Logistics. Students also have the opportunity to earn industry certifications and dual credit in some program areas while completing coursework at the facility. Students may choose to drive or access district-provided transportation in order to attend classes at Reese Center for a portion of their school day, while remaining active members of their home campuses for the other portion of their school day.
The facility serves more than just high school students. Elementary and Middle School students will engage in Reese Center through field trips and district-wide programs. This will allow students to begin exploring career opportunities at a much younger age, increasing their imagination of what the future might look like. Beginning in the summer of 2020, adult community members will be able to access educational programs in order to advance their own interests and careers. Business partners from around the Fort Bend and Houston areas will partner with CTE to use space for professional training.