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The Center for Advanced Research and Technology (CART) is a high tech high school in Clovis, California, United States.

The CART facility is about 75,000 sq ft (7,000 m2).[1] It offers classes in professional sciences, engineering, advanced communications, and global economics. Within each cluster are career-specific laboratories in which students complete industry-based projects and receive academic credit for advanced English, science, math, and technology.


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After going through an application process, eleventh- and twelfth-grade students from the Clovis and Fresno Unified School Districts are bused to CART, where they attend three-hour classes in one of the many laboratories taught by teams of instructors covering a variety of educational courses that provide real-life career insight and personal expertise-.[1]

Unlike most local public high schools where students move from one class to another for different subjects, the CART program implements a different technique in that each lab is taught by a minimum of three teachers each teaching a branch-off subject related to the main subject. The make-up of the course differs between the lab chosen by the student. Each teacher in the lab has a specialty. Over the course the required high school education is more than covered by each teacher in a way to encompass the main topic of the lab with the same lesson.[1][2]

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