Career Technical Education is an integral part of Wilson County Schools. Each high school offers a variety of programs. There are 121 different courses being taught by 82 dedicated teachers with 11 Industry Certification available to students. Instructors and their students are also involved in Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) that are affiliated with their respective State and National Organizations. Each year our student organizations are ranked as some of the best in the State with consistent State and National contest winners.
Isabelle Leonard’s short film “Perspective” has been officially selected to screen at the 2020 Beverly Hills Film Festival! The festival will take place April 1-5!! I’m sure this will be the first of many festival screenings for this exceptional and award winning work!
SkillsUSA took 8 students to Regionals competitions in February for Criminal Justice, Auto Mechanics and Carpentry. ALL 8 students qualified for the State Competition that will be held in Chattanooga in April.
Caroline Wright, Emily Maxfield and Madison Hall – Criminal Justice
Dakota Briggs – Criminal Justice
Kaitlynn Hibdon – Criminal Justice
Laramie Eisenstein – Auto Mechanics
Zachary Consederat – Auto Mechanics
Paul O’Neil - Carpentry
The Watertown High School Future Business Leaders of America competed at regionals at MTSU. All of those who placed will be eligible to participate in the same event at the FBLA state competition in April.
HOSA students went to competed in the HOSA Regional Conference. Of the 21 students that competed onsite, 15 of them advanced on to State conference.
LHS Criminal Justice
Congratulations to the LHS students who competed in the 2019 Middle Tennessee Criminal Justice Competition in Springhill.
LHS Residential & Commercial Construction
Battle of the Build