Career & Technical Education
Berkeley County School District’s Office of Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides educational opportunities based on the interests and needs of individual learners and the community as a whole. CTE provides students with leadership development and community service opportunities while preparing them for post-secondary education and careers. Our intent is to prepare all students, regardless of their backgrounds or circumstances, for further education and cutting-edge careers. Students who take advantage of rigorous, relevant, and results-driven CTE programs will become global citizens.
Tomorrow's jobs will require more knowledge, better skills, and more flexible workers than ever before. Tomorrow's workers must be prepared to change jobs and careers several times, continually updating their knowledge and skills because technological advances and global competition have transformed the nature of work.
Our goal is to ensure that all students graduate with purposeful knowledge and skills that will enable them to be successful in a highly competitive, global economy.
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MAIN LINE: (843) 899-8670
Director of Career and Technical Education
Telephone: (843) 899-8308
Career and Technical Education Coordinator
Telephone: (843) 899-8336
Career and Technical Education/Work Based Learning Coordinator
Telephone: (843) 899-8724
Telephone: (843) 899-8670
Telephone: (843) 899-8310
News & Info
Contracts for Sonya Addison-Stewart and Natasha Wright will begin July 1, 2020.
With the help of local business/industry partners, a space on the campus of Timberland High has become a state-of-the-art welding lab set to prepare students in Berkeley County for one of the Lowcountry’s most in-demand jobs.
The opening of Berkeley County School District's newest student-run financial institution was celebrated this week as the grand opening for the Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union on the campus of Philip Simmons High was held.
For the first time in the history of Berkeley County School District, the Cane Bay High Law Enforcement Academy was able to offer students the opportunity to receive an international industry certification in the area of Emergency Telecommunications (dispatch).
David Sweat is celebrated as April's STEM teacher off the month. He is a Building Construction educator at Cross High School. As a lifelong Berkeley County resident, he says he knows how important it is to give back to his community.
Schools receiving the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award have either 50% or higher female representation in one of the two AP computer science courses or a percentage of the female computer science examinees meeting or exceeding that of the school’s female population.
Volvo has pledged $10,000 to the program. Google will award $11,760 to the team, and Berkeley Electric Co-Op has pledged a $1,000 commitment for the expansion of the team.
From a Cookies, Cocoa and Coding event after hours at College Park Middle to programs running robot vultures at Cainhoy Elementary, students from every inch of the county were immersed in all things computer science.