• Career and Technical Education courses taught at The College and Career Academy At Pruden (CCAP) provides an opportunity for students to begin preparing for pathways in the areas of both college and careers. CCAP programs are designed to combine theory and technical skills, while bringing relevance to the classroom. Students apply learned skills through internship, job-shadowing, and mentorship opportunities. Currently, there are 17 specialized and technical credentialed programs geared for high school juniors and seniors. Additionally, CCAP has a partnership with Paul D. Camp Community College, which affords students the opportunity to enroll in four (4) dual credit programs. After successful program completion, in conjunction with an earned industry credential, students transition to work and/or post-secondary education. 

    Helpful Links to the Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSO):


             SkillUSA        National Technical Honor Society
             The College and Career Academy Students