Today, students all over Georgia have access to training in engineering, biomedicine, technology, logistics, robotics, and many more of the skills needed to compete in the global market. These students are learning in environments that give them the skills to compete, and with 80 percent of jobs requiring some sort of post-secondary education, the College and Career Academies are working to fulfill that challenge. The College and Career Academies are bringing relevance to a high school student’s education and preparing them for college and their career.

Preparing Tomorrow’s Workforce Today!

-That is the missions of Georgia’s College and Career Academies.

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Student Spotlights (previously Grants)

Sydney Fish is a senior Work-Based Learning (WBL) student at Morgan County High School: A Georgia College and Career Academy. Sydney has a deep passion for flowers and pursued that passion by creating her own floral business from scratch through our Agriculture, Entrepreneurship, and WBL programs.

Through piloting the new Entrepreneurship curriculum during the Fall of 2023, Sydney was able to take her passion and achieve new heights. Sydney began her floral venture, aptly named “Sydney’s Flowers and Floral Events”, her 10th grade year when deciding what project to pursue for her Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE).

Kevyn Jones, a senior at Calhoun College and Career Academy at Calhoun High School epitomizes the characteristics of an outstanding College and Career Academy Student of the Year. During her high school career, Kevyn completed 9 Dual Enrollment courses through Georgia Northwestern Technical College and Chattahoochee Technical College.

Kevyn currently has over 400 hours of community service in healthcare settings, disaster relief and assisting with school-related events. Following completion of her undergraduate degree, she will apply to various medical schools in pursuit of a Doctorate in Medicine. Eventually, she hopes to become an orthopedic surgeon.

Regina Howard has consistently proven to be an asset to JVHS CCA by being an outstanding example of our mission in producing students who are “present, prepared, and professional”. She has completed our “Teaching as a Profession” pathway and plans to enroll at Columbus State University, where she intends to complete her undergraduate work as a teacher.

In addition to being a varsity athlete, Regina works part-time and has been nominated to be a Page One Award recipient, as well as CTAE Student of the Year for Muscogee County School District.

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