CTE Overview

  • 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.

CTE Announcements

  • LHS Culinary Arts

    The following LHS students have passed The National Restaurant Associations Servsafe Management Certification and will graduate with their industry certification.  If you see these students, please give them a high five.   

    LHS Culinary Arts

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  • LHS Criminal Justice

    The LHS Criminal Justice Department would like to congratulate Sam Burton.

    Sam is being recognized not only for his outstanding work within the Criminal Justice Program here at LHS, but also for receiving a conditional offer for employment from a law enforcement agency in the State of Tennessee. After graduation, pending successful completion of the official hiring process, Sam will be employed and begin his Criminal Justice career here in Tennessee. Sam also plans to continue his post-secondary education while employed.

    While in high school, Sam’s chosen elective focus was Criminal Justice and he has completed all four levels of Criminal Justice here at LHS, including the capstone course that involves spending a semester in a job shadow placement. Sam is also a member of the Wilson County Sheriff’s Department Explorers program where he holds the rank of Sergeant. Sam’s dedication to the Criminal Justice program as well as his outstanding work ethic and professionalism are what set him apart from not only his peers but also other law enforcement applicants.

    LHS Criminal Justice

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  • MJHS Air Force JROTC

    Cadet LtCol Anthony Cash was presented with a $2000 MOAA scholarship and JROTC medal at an awards luncheon hosted by the General Andrew Jackson MOAA Chapter.  Presenting the award for MOAA was Major Dan Sullenger, USMC (Ret).  Accompanying LtCol Cash were his parents, Donald and Melissa Cash, our MJHS Principal, Mrs. Leigh Anne Rainey, and Major Intilli.  LtCol Cash competed against 4 other top cadets from Wilson Central Navy JROTC, Lebanon Air Force JROTC, McGavock Air Force JROTC, and Hunters Lane Army JROTC.  All cadets received the MOAA Medal, but Anthony Cash was the top performer and won the $2000 scholarship, with a $500 scholarship also being awarded to a cadet from Wilson Central.  Congratulations to Anthony Cash for his outstanding performance!

    MJHS Air Force JROTC

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  • LHS Culinary Arts

    Lebanon High School Culinary Arts students competed Monday, March 11, 2019 in the Annual Tennessee ProStart competition in Knoxville, TN.  This is an event held by the National Restaurant Association and The TN Hospitality Association each year, nation wide.  Lebanon placed 4th overall in the team competition, Hailey Fields, Chandra Sawyer, Mary Strickland, and Corbin Hagman.  Corbin also received the coveted Best in Class Award for professionalism.  

    LHS Culinary   LHS Culinary

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  • WHS FBLA

    FBLA competed at the Regional Leadership Conference on Tuesday, January 22.  

    Landry Williams received the Dr. Bill Radcliff Memorial Scholarship.

    The following students placed and will be eligible to compete at the state level:

    1ST PLACE

    KENT JONES—BUSINESS CALCULATIONS

    KACIE BENNETT—BUSINESS LAW

    KENNEDY MURRAY—INTRODUCTION TO FBLA

    TYLER PEDIGO—NETWORKING CONCEPTS

    ALEIA FISH—WORD PROCESSING

    2ND PLACE

    ZACHARY WHITE—BUSINESS LAW

    LINCOLN ORRAND—COMPUTER PROBLEM SOLVING

    MATTHEW MCKINLEY—INTRODUCTION TO FBLA

    ALIE TUNKS—INTRO TO PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURES

    EMERSON KELLY—PERSONAL FINANCE

     3RD PLACE

    WILL POSTON—AGRIBUSINESS

    KAYLEE FISH—HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

    KAYLA WILSON—INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS PROCEDURES

    FAITH PULLEY—INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING

    LENORA UPCHURCH—PUBLIC SPEAKING

    4TH PLACE

    JACOB WHEELEY—BUSINESS LAW

    KASSIDY PARISHER—ECONOMICS

    MACKAILYN CHERRY-INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

    AIDAN USHER—CLIENT SERVICES

    5TH PLACE

    SYDNEY MURRELL—BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

    KAYLEE BAKER—INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

    CLAIRE LAFEVOR—INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

    LEXIE TAYLOR—INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS PROCEDURES

    ABBY PARKERSON—INTRODUCTION TO PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURES

    6TH PLACE

    AMBER CURRIE—INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

    LANCE FRIPP—INTRODUCTION TO PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURES

    ALEX QUEEN—PUBLIC SPEAKING

    JACKSON THOMAS—INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING

    7TH PLACE

    ABBY GROCE—PERSONAL FINANCE

    BRYAR HIGHT—PUBLIC SPEAKING

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  • LHS HOSA

    On Friday, January 18 Lebanon High School HOSA competed in Upper Middle Tennessee Regional HOSA Competition, the results are:

    1st Place  Zach Marshall, Dental Terminology

    1st Place  Lansdon Bartlett, Medical Reading

    1st Place  Sylvester Barrera, Interviewing Skills

    1st Place   Team, Public Health

    McKenzie Mohr

    Nancy Patel

    Pranav Patel

    Abbey Gore

    3rd Place    Makayla Langley, Life Support Skills

    3rd Place    Hannah Denney, Dental Science

    4th Place    Ryan Brown, Medical Math

    4th Place    Team, Biomedical debate

    Alyssa Woodcock

    Cadence Clark

    Kyleigh Roberts

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