Career and Technology Education
CTE PROGRAMS PREPARE FUTURE READY STUDENTS!
Today in the Charleston region, high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers in established and emerging
industries await our graduates like never before!
CCSD Career & Technology Education Programs of Study are aligned with our local talent needs to provide
seamless pathways for all students to become “Future Ready” for College, Career, and Citizenship!
Quick CTE Links
- 19/20 CTE Programs of Study Offered by School
- 19/20 Regional College & Career Readiness Guide
- Class of 2020 Career Opportunities Toolkit
Centers for Advanced Studies - Opening Soon!
CCSD’s new Centers for Advanced Studies facilities are opening August 2020 in Mt. Pleasant and North Charleston and August 2021 in West Ashley!
CTE Student Success Stories
Military Magnet Academy (MMA) students recently participated in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Tech Challenge, Lowcountry-Pee Dee Inter-League Tournament February 1, 2020.
There were a total of 15 teams and 66 registered volunteers that participated in the event on Saturday, January 25, 2020 .
The MMA RoboEagles spent a significant number of hours designing, building, and programming their robot, as well as learning what it takes to be part of a team.
Two students from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) aid a visit to over ten CCSD schools to encourage young girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) studies, and career paths.
The MIT Women's Initiative is a student-founded and student-run program that aims to help close the gender gap in the STEM fields.
On February 5, 2020, over 600 Camp Road Middle School students participated in job shadowing at various job sites around Charleston and beyond. Several businesses, such as the Charleston City Police Department, The Citadel, SC Dept of Natural Resources and Federal Wildlife Service set up a day of shadowing.
Congratulations to Wando High School's Entrepreneurship students, who competed Dec 2-6 in YEScarolina Youth Entrepreneurship in South Carolina Business Plan Competition. 23 entrepreneurship students presented their business plans during the week.