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Career Technical Education

    Career and Technical Education exposes students to different career fields, motivates them to think about their personal college and career path and integrates the development of 21st century pre-professional skills. Career and Technical Education features cross-curricular projects focused on specific career industry themes and academic topics. The CTE courses stress hands-on, project-based learning to provide a more authentic, real-world educational and work-based learning experience for students.

    The George County High School Career and Technical Education programs provide a wide range of learning experiences spanning many different career tracks, fields, and industries, from skilled trades such as automotive technology, construction, and welding, to fields as diverse as agriculture, teacher education, culinary arts, forestry, business management, law and public safety, and health sciences.

Career Technical Education Departments
CTE Student of the Month

August Student of the Month is Mr. Walt Whittington.

GCHS CTE Department Faculty
CTE in Action

Dr. Tyler Sexton came to speak to and motivate our students

Culinary is spending their Rebel Time teaching other students how to cook.

Law and Public Safety teaching other classes about fire extinguishers.

Skills USA Regional Competition
  • Prepared Speech
    1st Place- Raely Langston
  • Extemporaneous Speaking
    1st place- Cheyenne Dixon
  • Welding Fabrication
    1st Place- Tyler Williams, Will Johnson, Logan Parker
  • Cabinetry
    1st Place- Caulin Havard
  • Carpentry
    2nd Place- Austin Braddock
Educators Rising State Competition
  • Childeren's Literature
    2nd Place- Pacen Hall & Ally Fairley
  • Job Shadowing Non-Core
    1st Place- Keronnah Anderson
George County FFA District Competition
  • Tool ID 3rd Place
    Shelby Reeves, Elisabeth Killingsworth, Madison Hodges, and Emylee Fairley
    1. Welding 1st Place
      1. Maddie Rich
      2. Cameron Pipkins
      3. Ian Shaw

    2. Tractor Operator 2nd Place
      Austin Braddock
      Caulin Havard
    • GCHS Career Academies Video 2018
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      George County High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic origin, disability, or sex.