Career And Technical Education (CTE)

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    Our Mission

    Empower students to be successful citizens, workers, and leaders in a global economy.  CTE programs are designed to contribute to the broad educatinal achievement of students, including soft skills, as well as their ability to work independently and as a part of a team, think creatively and be problem solvers all while utilizing technology in the thinking and porblem solving process.  

    Overview

    Career and technical education prepares students for future career-technical education and lifelong learning, as well as employment.  CTE concentrators, earning at least four related technical credits and meeting other criteria, are better prepared for the further education and advanced training essential to being successul in the 21st centry careers. Brunsiwck County Schools CTE partners with business and industry partners, community college and other postsecondary institutions to ensure Careeer and Technical Education in Brunswick County meets the needs of each individual student.  

    BCS CTE Program Areas:

    • Agricultural Education
    • Business, Finance, and Information Technology Education
    • Career Development 
    • Family and Consumer Science Educaiton
    • Health Science Education
    • Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education
    • Technology Engineering and Design Education
    • Trade and Industrial  Education

    Other opportunities available for CTE students include, but are not limited to, apprenticeships, clinicals, job shadowing, and internships. Another component of CTE is student organizations (CTSO). These enhance civic awareness and provide opportunities for developing social competences that encourage positive attitudes about living and working.

    Brunswick County Schools - Contacts

    Policy Code: 1710/4021/7230  Prohibition Against Discrimination, Harassment and Bullying

    The superintendent or designee has appointed the following individuals to coordinate the school system’s efforts to comply with and carry out its responsibilities under federal non-discrimination laws.  These responsibilities include investigating any complaints communicated to school officials alleging noncompliance with Title VI or Title IX of the Civil Rights Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination Act and/or the Boy Scouts Act, or alleging actions which would be prohibited by those laws. 

    1. Title IX Coordinator – Darrell Cheers
        Brunswick County Schools
        35 Referendum Drive
        Bolivia, NC  28422
        Phone: 910-253-1064           Email: dcheers@bcswan.net

    1. Section 504 Coordinator – Meredith Lloyd
        Brunswick County Schools
        35 Referendum Drive
        Bolivia, NC  28422
        Phone: 910-253-1065           Email: mlloyd@bcswan.net

    1. ADA Coordinator – Melissa Quinlan
        Brunswick County Schools
        35 Referendum Drive
        Bolivia, NC  28422
        Phone: 910-253-1059           Email: mquinlan@bcswan.net

    1. Age Discrimination Coordinator – Steve Foster
        Brunswick County Schools
        35 Referendum Drive
        Bolivia, NC  28422
        Phone: 910-253-1040           Email: sfoster@bcswan.net

    1. Coordinator for Other Non-discrimination Laws – Steve Foster
        Brunswick County Schools
        35 Referendum Drive
        Bolivia, NC  28422
        Phone: 910-253-1040           Email: sfoster@bcswan.net

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                 Public Notice                            Noticia Publica

     

  • Student Fees
    There are no fees charged to students to participate in Career and Technical Education courses.  Students have the option to join clubs including Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO).  Fees for clubs range from $0 - $60.

  • In compliance with federal law, Brunswick County Schools' CTE programs administer all educational programs, employment activities and admissions without discriniation because of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, color, age, military status, disability or gender, except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law.