Morgan County Schools
Career Technical Education
Welcome! Morgan County Schools has a total of 15 Career Tech Programs and 26 teachers. Our programs are located at each of our five high schools and 3 of our middle schools. Students enrolled in CTE classes are given the opportunity to explore their interests and learn valuable life-long skills. Students are also given the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills and work ethic while in the classroom and lab/shop setting. Being enrolled in a Career Tech class allows student to be a member of their Career Tech student organization. Our CTSO leaders demonstrate their knowledge and skills at local, state, and national competitions. Career Tech is a great way for student to get involved and prepared for their future!
The goal of Morgan County's Career Technical Education is to provide students access to a flexible system of rigorous school- and work-based learning planned collaboratively by students, parents, educators, and employers. This system will result in graduates having industry-recognized credentials and preparation for advanced study or employment. CTE courses of study are designed to provide student-centered content, allowing career pathways that include academic and Career Technical Education courses specifically directed to students' key interests and required skills. Upon graduation, students are prepared for postsecondary education, apprenticeship programs, employment; as well as individual, family, employer, and community success.
Please explore our website, learn about our programs, and check back soon for updates!
Chris Blevins, Morgan County Career/Tech Director
1325 Point Mallard Parkway SE Decatur, AL 35601
Callie Rutherford, Career Tech Guidance Counselor
Chris Blevins - Director