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Whether you like to work with your brain or your hands, our local high schools have a program to help you succeed.
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Chester County

Advances in technology have led to a surge in interest in Information Technology and Coding in Chester County. From being a “gigabyte community” to serving as headquarters for international high tech entrepreneurs, Chester County is carving a niche in the fast-paced world of technology.

Chester County HS

Decatur County

Cooperation between the Chamber of Commerce and Decatur County schools is opening up new pathways for students and industry alike. The goal is to prepare a qualified workforce to meet local and regional needs.

Riverside High School

Haywood County

The Memphis Regional Megasite is located in Haywood County, which will give young people a number of career choices in the future. Also, industry expansion and a growing economy make this an attractive place to call home.

Haywood County High School

Madison County

As the regional industrial and retail hub for West Tennessee, Jackson and Madison County offer numerous opportunities for academic and career advancement from “K to J” – Kindergarten to Job!

Liberty Madison Academic Northside Southside JCM Early College High

McNairy County

The strong partnership between TCAT Crump and schools in McNairy County helps prepare the community for future expansion in industry and manufacturing.

McNairy Central High Adamsville High

Hardin County

Investments made in Hardin County schools will secure the future of both students and the community as a whole. Partnerships with TCATs in West Tennessee enable our students to develop skills in welding and machine technology.

Hardin County High School

Fayette County

The College & Career Technical Education Academy prepares students in a range of skill sets, from Information Technology to Welding. Students also have numerous opportunities to engage in Work-Based Learning experiences.

Fayette Ware High School

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