CTE Magnus Center

The Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District offers Career & Technical Education (CTE) programs to high school juniors and seniors from Beaverton, Clare, Farwell, Gladwin, and Harrison.

Students attend the CTE programs as part of their regular school day, riding a bus to classes held in rented space at Mid Michigan Community College, local high schools, the John C. Magnus Center, and other locations. Students can attend morning or afternoon sessions.

Taking a Career Center program will give students valuable experience and skills that can be applied in the workforce right out of high school. Successful completion of many programs includes state or national certifications and articulated college credit.

All CTE programs also fulfill the Michigan Merit Curriculum requirement for the fourth-year math course.

Through the CTE program, students can explore several diverse career fields. Along the way, they learn valuable professional and personal skills that help prepare them for life after high school, whether in college, the workforce, or both.

Visit https://www.cteitsworking.com/ to learn more about programming and enrollment.


John C. Magnus Center

CTE John C. Magnus Center 


 Clare-Gladwin RESD 

The John C. Magnus Center was established in 2013.

Located at 3200 S. Clare Ave., the majority of the property's nearly 25 acres was donated to Clare-Gladwin RESD by the family of the late John C. Magnus to address the need for better facilities to house the career and technical education (CTE) programs chosen by nearly 350 local high school juniors and seniors annually, as well as further the skills of the students in many of the RESD's programs.