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Monday, March 20, 2017

Bryant Career Tech Centers Wins at SkillsUSA Competition

Posted by Melody Ardis in Great News!

Bryant Career Tech Center was well represented on the leader board at the SkillsUSA competition in February.

Marquel Gilbert--1st place Technical Math (Welding)

River Dyess--1st place Action Skills (Plumbing)

Tierra Jones--3rd place Customer Service (Cosmetology)

Jessica Brunson--1st place Customer Service (Welding)

Tyler Bolton--3rd place Automotive Service (Automotive)

Kristyn Higgins--3rd place Job Interview (Cosmetology)

Erique Turner--2nd place Action Skills (Plumbing)

Justin Small--3rd place Job Skills Demonstration (Cosmetology)

Erique Turner, River Dyess

Justin Small

Kristyn Higgins


Tyler Bolton


JROTC Cadets Learn to Rappel

Posted by Melody Ardis in Great News!

As part of the JROTC curriculum, cadets have several opportunities to rappel. The City of Mobile allows JROTC instructors to use the Firefighters Training facility where cadets learn the safety and physical aspects required to rappel. After extensive safety checks and safety instruction, cadets climb the tower that simulates a 4 storey building. Experienced Army JROTC instructors lead students through the rappelling process.

Bryant High School Welding Students

Posted by Melody Ardis in Great News!

Bryant High School welding students hard at work!


Monday, March 13, 2017

Baker HS JROTC Cadet Serves as State Officer

Posted by Frank Barrow in Great News!

Cadet Danielle Blitch (holding the certificate), from Baker High School, served as a Vice-President for the JROTC State Career Tech Student Organization for this school year. All State Career Tech Student Organizations are represented on the board made up of students from throughout the State. Thank you Danielle, for being willing to serve.

Hyundai Plant Welcomes Citronelle High School Students

Posted by Ron Finklea in Great News!

Citronelle High School Commerce and Information Technology students were welcomed to the Hyundai Manufacturing Plant in Montgomery, AL. on February 24, 2017. Students were able to tour the plant and talk to employees about the skills needed to work in the facility. Due to security policies, the group was not allowed to take photos within the plant itself, but students were able to take time for a photo op before the tour.

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