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Most Outstanding Students 1st 9 Weeks Featured Photo

Most Outstanding Students 1st 9 Weeks

These Forest-Scott County Career & Technology Center students were chosen as the most outstanding students for the first nine weeks. These students were nominated by their instructors based upon performance in their individual program area as well as attitude, character, and citizenship exhibited throughout the nine weeks. (Photo #1) Pictured: Idalia Manuel Lopez, Construction / Carpentry (Forest) (Photo #2) Pictured, left to right: Walker Lee Johnson, Advanced Welding (Scott Central); Nicedriana Gray, Health Sciences Core (Forest); and Cole Franklin, Ag. Natural Resources (Morton) (Photo #3) Pictured front row, left to right: Kaaliyah Spivey, AEST (Morton) Breanna Copeland, Law & Public Safety (Forest); and Cheyenne Lee, Automotive Service Technician (Morton) Back row, left to right: Dylan Hankins, Industrial Technology; Eady Sparks, Business and Information Technology (Both from Sebastopol); and Sabrana McKenzie, Healthcare & Clinical Services II (Forest)
Just in time for the HOLIDAYS!! Featured Photo

Just in time for the HOLIDAYS!!

FBLA is having a Smoked Meat Fundraiser cooked by T & J Concessions of Morton. Selection and pricing listed in the photo. All orders and payments are due on November 7th. You may pick up your order at Forest-Scott County CTC from 12:30 - 4:00 on November 15, 2019 or an FBLA student will deliver. Thanks in advance for supporting the Future Business Leaders of America!!


Director's Message

The purpose of the Forest-Scott County Career and Technology Center is to prepare students for their future by equipping them to be College and/or Career Ready.  I am honored to serve as the Director and work with such a wonderful faculty.  Our goal each day is to serve the students of the Forest Municipal School District and the Scott County School District to the best of our ability.  Along with their academic education, we seek to instill a strong work ethic, marketable, valuable skills, and an opportunity to experience real-world employment situations.  We are proud of our students because they are the best of both districts.  If you have any questions about our Center or what we do here, please feel free to stop in and visit or give me a call.
The Career and Technology Center Does Not Discriminate On the Basis of Race, Sex, Color, National Origin, Religion, Handicap, or Limited English Proficiency.