Congratulations to Winston County Technical Center students Ashley Curtis and Charlie Callahan. Ashley won 1st Place in Nail Care at the State SkillsUSA competition. Charlie won 3rd place in Electronic Technology. Ashley can compete in the National SkillsUSA Competition in Kansas City, Missouri this summer.
Congratulations to Cordale Johnson of Winston County High School and Levi Aldridge of Addison. The team took 1st place in the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition on April 17, 2013 at Barber Motorsports Park. Cordale and Levi will represent Alabama in June at Nationals in Deerborn, Michigan (Ford headquarters). The team had the highest written score in the state and a perfect score on the hands on test. The instructor is Mr. Terry Lewis.
FBLA State Competition. Read more..
Bevill State Hamilton Torch Competition Winners. View larger..
Students compete in Torch at Bevill State College. View more..
Bevill Torch - Jasper/Sumiton Competition. View larger..
Automotive Technology Department
570004 Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
570028 Automotive Suspension & Steering
Business/Marketing Education Department
450006 Business Technology Applications
450031 Advanced Business Technology
480011 Management Principles
550001 Marketing Sales and Service
550011 Marketing Principles
551021 Sales and Promotion Planning
400016 Workforce Essential
400031 Work Based Experience
510060 Intro to Cosmetology
510063 Intro to Spa Techniques
Electrical Technology Department
430004 Architecture, Construction and Manufacturing
430058 Direct Current
430059 Alternating Current
Welding Technology Department
430070 Intro to Welding
430074 Applied Welding
Winston County Technical Center (WCTC) is committed to excellence and to preparing Winston County students to succeed in the world around them, while providing effective training resources for Winston County businesses and adults. We are dedicated to providing an outstanding educational experience and improving the quality of life in our community. Through our devoted staff and outstanding programs, we are preparing our students and community for a bright future.
The Winston County Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person(s) has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Georganna Comeens , 504 Coordinator, P.O. Box 9, Double Springs, AL 35553, 205-489-5018. Sheila Wallace, Title II and Title IX Coordinator, P.O. Box 9, Double Springs, AL 35553, 205-489-5018.
Winston County Schools Purpose and Direction
The purpose of the Winston County Schools is to create excellence in providing youth with the encouragement, peer networks, and leadership skills necessary for them to make meaningful contributions to their communities and begin a life-long journey of leadership and service in the 21st century.