The Lubbock-Cooper High School Career and Technology Education Wing was constructed with funds from the district’s 2014 bond election.

The district’s CTE program is designed to provide a variety of skills-oriented classes in fields ranging from healthcare to agriculture to students who will soon enter the workforce. Current course offerings include culinary arts, anatomy and physiology, commercial photography, floral design, and construction technology, with plans to expand the program in the near future.

Lubbock-Cooper ISD’s CTE program serves over 1,000 students in grades 9-12.