Career & Technical Education
The mission of the Chatham County Schools is to graduate globally competitive, well-rounded students by providing a rigorous and relevant curriculum in an effective, safe, and nurturing learning environment.
College Ready and Career Ready
Career & Technical Education (CTE) in our district is highlighted by multiple state and national award-winning programs across a range of curriculum areas, including Business and Marketing, Food and Nutrition, Agriculture, Trade and Industrial, Health Occupations, and Technology. CTE also serves and supports students in grades 6 through 8 with Business and Computer courses. Through interest inventories and career planning, students develop core academic skills, employability skills, and job specific skills. Internships, job shadowing, and industry-level certifications are also offered for students interested in pairing classroom knowledge with real-world experiences.
Non-Discrimination Statement - Public Notice
In compliance with federal laws, Chatham County Schools administers all locally operated educational programs, employment activities, and admissions without discrimination because of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, color, age, marital status, pregnancy, military service, disability, gender, or sexual orientation, except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law.
Questions or concerns should be directed to the following points of contact:
Chatham County Schools Career & Technical Education: Dr. Kelly Batten, Executive Director, email@example.com, 919-542-3626
Chatham Central High School: Dr. Karla Eanes, Principal; Raymond Caviness, Career Development Facilitator
Chatham School of Science and Engineering: Mr. Bobby Dixon, Principal; Loretta Batchelor, Career Development Facilitator
Jordan-Matthews High School: Mr. Tripp Crayton, Principal; Loretta Batchelor, Career Development Facilitator
Northwood High School: Dr. Justin Bartholomew, Principal; DeLisa Cohen, Career Development Facilitator
SAGE Academy: Mr. Bobby Dixon, Principal; Loretta Batchelor, Career Development Facilitator