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The Career and Technology Center is leading the way in success and innovation.

National Finalists in MIT Project - FCPS Career and Technology Center Team

Our Computer-Aided Design (CAD) engineering team qualified as national finalists for the Lemelson-MIT Program’s 2015-2016 InvenTeam grant.
The CTC CAD engineering students involved in the initial proposal are: Brunswick junior Ryan Kinzie, Catoctin juniors Ricky Adkins, Noah Dell and Mark Goff, Frederick senior Noah Parker and junior Brittainy Sechler, Gov. Thomas Johnson senior Nathan Eschback, Middletown senior Paige Bussard and junior Nathan Fox, Oakdale juniors Allan Hitchcock and Sean McGaughey, and Tuscarora senior Adrian Bobb.

Outstanding Career and Technology Center Student Organization in the State of MD – 2015

CTC earned the prestigious title of Outstanding Career and Technology Center Student Organization- 2015 awarded by the Maryland State Department of Education. Congratulations to The Career and Technology Center’s SkillsUSA program and advisor, Martha Lowry!

ACE Exemplary Mentor

CTC's Computer-Aided Design teacher Philip Arnold is among 5 honorees nationwide in 2014.

National SkillsUSA Among the top 10 in 2014

Ten FCPS Career & Technology Center (CTC) students are in the top ten at the national level. Philip Arnold, Adam Frank, Martha Lowry, Jenny Maher and Jo McGovern are the outstanding CTC teachers who contributed to the students' achievements.

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Most CTC programs offer college credits and/or industry based certifications/Licenses. Visit our school located next to the FCC campus on Opossumtown Pike.
For additional information, e-mail our counselor or call (240) 236-8493 today!