There are three major programs with ten distinct Pathways offered at Chatsworth Charter High School including several opportunities to help students achieve academic success:
School for Advanced Studies (SAS):
- SAS Pathway provides academic enrichment for students that are gifted and talented. The instruction is provided with a cohort of teachers and students to maximize engagement and achievement.
Gifted STEAM Magnet (G+STEAM):
- Computer Science Pathway for students that involve the design, development, implementation, maintenance, and management of systems that rely on software programs to satisfy the operational needs of modern business organizations; electronic commerce, medical records management, retail sales and inventory management, digital entertainment, and use of energy.
- Engineering Technology Pathway provides learning opportunities for students interested in preparing for careers in the design, production, management or maintenance of mechanical, electrical, electronics, and computer and electro-mechanical systems and products.
Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathways: In order to increase the number of student's college and career ready Chatsworth Charter High School has seven Career Technical Education pathways:
- Child Development Pathway includes courses focused on the foundations of child development and the principles and practice for educating all students.
- Medical Sciences and Careers Pathway includes courses driven to promote medical terminology knowledge, health science emergency medicine skills, and productive health/fitness management abilities.
- Graphic & Game Design Pathway includes working on conceptual design techniques and skills; incorporates graphic design and animation.
- Film/Video Production Pathway builds knowledge and skills required by industry through applied learning methodology that prepare students for careers.
- Theater Arts Pathway examine and study the role that acting, directing, sound, lights, set, costumes, make-up, and publicity play in the creation of a line production.
- Culinary Arts Pathway examine various areas of the restaurant industry, such as food preparations, food service operations, service levels, customer service, professionalism and hospitality.
- Machining Technology Pathway students learn to use, program and operate manual and computer numerical control (CNC) machining (i.e. lathes and mill machines).