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  • Polk School District offers the following Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education programs for all students regardless of race, color, sex, disability, or national origin, including those with limited English proficiency, in grades 9-12:

    Architecture & Construction

    Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

    Business, Management, & Administration
    Dual Enrollment

    Education and Training

    Finance

    Health Science

    Human Services

    Information Technology

    Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security

    Manufacturing

    Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

    Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics

    Work-Based Learning

    Persons seeking further information concerning the career and technical education offerings and specific pre-requisite criteria should contact:

    Angela Shuman, Executive Director of Wellness and College and Career Readiness

    angela.shuman@polk.k12.ga.us

    Polk County College and Career Academy

     

     

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    Congratulations Josie Allen, SkillsUSA National Silver Medal Winner.

     

    Congratulations to Josie Allen, PCCCA-Rockmart High School student, who was just named the SkillsUSA Silver Champion in First Aid and CPR! That means she is 2nd in the NATION--YES, THE NATION!! We could not be more proud of her and her instructor, Mrs. Brandy Henderson! #PCCCAproud #RHSproud #PSDproud #gotskills #brightfutureahead

     


     

Work-Based Learning Spotlight

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    WBL Spotlight 

    Hope Garrett

    WBL STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

    Member of the Rockmart High School Marching Band

    Member of the Rockmart High School Drama/Chorus Group

    Dual Enrollment Classes

    Work-Based Learning Career Opportunity. Hope is a senior at Rockmart High School. She plans to pursue a career in Early Childhood Education. Hope is an active part of the of the WBL program. This allows her to gain real world experience in the field of education by serving as a student intern at Van Wert Elementary. She is pictured here with her teacher mentor Mrs. Nikki Smith as well as her students. Hope is also taking dual enrollment classes through Georgia Northwestern Technical College and Georgia Highlands College giving her a jumpstart on her career path

    Picture: Mrs Smith's Class

     

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