Students Preparing for the Future
Williamson County Schools (WCS) is committed to offering students a variety of educational options to compliment their core curriculum. With nearly 40 different programs of study, our comprehensive College, Career and Technical Education (CCTE) program encourages students to take advantage of and explore their individual strengths and how they may align with a rewarding career.
Students may enroll in one or two CCTE courses each year while taking the most rigorous academic course load they can manage. This provides high school students a look into the career world and make informed decisions about post-secondary programs and the credentials needed for the jobs they desire.
CCTE courses combine a classroom experience with the relevancy of real world application. Classes consist of cutting edge equipment, internships, guest speakers, and business practicums, many of which are available to earn a college credit. The CCTE Programs of Study guide displays the 16 career clusters offered with specific programs, the sequence of courses, and which schools offer each program.
Students interested in a course not currently offered at their zoned school may request the option to attend a school out of their zone if room is available. Students should discuss these options with their school counselor for more information.
Business Partnership Opportunities
Williamson County Schools is excited to assist students in finding opportunities with our community partners. Our unique education initiative with Williamson, Inc. allows us to strengthen partnerships between businesses in Williamson County and Williamson County Schools (WCS). Businesses can get involved and invest in the youth of Williamson County in many ways such as:
- Speakers Bureau
- Student Internships
- Teacher Externships
- Job Shadowing
- WCS & Franklin Special School District (FSSD) Career Day
Contact the College, Career & Technical Education personnel if you need help with information pertaining to CCTE in Williamson County Schools.
|April Jackson||College, Career and Technical Education|
|Jeremy Qualls||College, Career and Technical Education|
|Anna Lisa Roberts||College, Career and Technical Education|
Career Counselor and Strategic Partnership Liaison