• Career Academy of
    Business Administration and Management

    CABAM Mission: Empowering Success

     

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    a C.A.P.E. Academy & an Academy of Distinction with Distinguished Honors

    The Career Academy of Business Administration and Management (CABAM) is a comprehensive career and college preparatory program designed for students at Palm Harbor University High School.
    CABAM equips students with practical business skills, industry certifications, and college credits.
    Through a series of rigorous courses, students gain essential knowledge and technical skills aligned with academic standards and relevant to careers in Business, Management, and Administration.

    Our program emphasizes development of:

    • Computer-Based Technical Skills
    • Competency-based applied learning
    • Academic knowledge enhancement
    • Higher-order reasoning and problem-solving
    • Positive work attitudes & general employment skills
    • Specialized technical and occupation-specific skills

    CABAM prepares students for high-skill, high-wage, and high-demand careers, giving them a significant head start on their college and career paths.

    (Note: CABAM is exclusively available to students enrolled at Palm Harbor University High School and is not a magnet program.)


    Announcements:

    • Sign up to host students for Job Shadowing
    • Opt in to messaging via remind:
      • Text to 81010 for CABAM Reminders
        • Freshmen: @CABAM28
        • Sophomores: @CABAM27
        • Juniors: @CABAM26
        • Seniors:@CABAM25
    • (Text @CABAM (with your 2 digit graduation year) to 81010)

    CABAM Mission: Empowering Success 

    CABAM Vision: To provide students with rigorous and relevant business concepts and skills, through education and experiences, that are vital for success in life.

    CABAM Values: PRIDE3 ◦Professionalism ◦Results ◦Integrity ◦Diversity ◦Education ◦Engagement ◦Excellence


    For more information contact your guidance counselor or e-mail the Business Department Chair Mr. Schachter

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