SkillsUSA

Congratulations to our 2021 SkillsUSA Local & Western Regional Winners! 

The annual SkillsUSA Maryland Local and Regional Championships provide an opportunity for FCPS Career and Technology Center students to showcase leadership and technical skills in a wide variety of program-aligned competitions. Students work and prepare diligently to participate in these experiences with the goal of receiving top honors in their respective competitions allowing many of them to move on to the Maryland State Competition and possibly the National Competition. Please congratulate our very deserving winners and wish them well as many of them move on to our State competition.

Regional Competition Awards       Local Competition Awards

Click here to view the flipbook of winners!


Congratulations to the CTC Skills USA Winners!
Here is a list of the CTC winners (1st, 2nd, 3rd place and Honorable Mention) from today’s local SkillsUSA contests. All first, second and third place winners have earned the right to compete in the western Regional Competition on February 2nd.

Click here to see the complete list of winners!


2017 - 2018 Skills USA 

CTC Students Earn Statewide 22 Gold Medals, 19 Silver medals, 7 Bronze medals, and 2 Voting Delegates
All first place Gold medal winners will represent Maryland at National SkillsUSA in Kentucky

On April 13th and 14th, 2018, in the statewide SkillsUSA competition, 22 Frederick County Public Schools’ Career and Technology Center (CTC) students earned first-place gold medals. They qualify to represent Maryland in National SkillsUSA Championships in late June in Louisville, Kentucky. There they will compete against the best students from every state and territory in the U.S.

For a complete list of all the students who earned medals at the State Skills competition, please select CTC Medalists.
 

The CTC encourages community members interested in helping fund the gold medal winning students’ travel to national competition to contact Principal Michael.Concepcion@fcps.org or SkillsUSA lead advisor Lynne.Sclar@fcps.org, 240-236-8500.