Culinary winners being acknowledged at the State House in Columbia.
Congratuations to the ACTC Seniors who will graduate with Honors!
ACTC Engineering students take 1st Place in the novice category at the Lockheed Martin Code Quest Competition in Marietta, GA. They each receive an opportunity to apply for a summer internship at Lockheed Martin.
ACTC Culinary Management Team takes 2nd place at the National Competition in Charleson, SC.
ACTC Culinary takes 5th place at the National Competition in Charleston, SC.
Hampton Oliver is named the Pendleton Region Work Based Learning Student of the Year. Hampton is a student in the Automotive Technology Program.
ACTC has been awarded a $10,000 grant for the STEM Education Program. Thank you so much Duke Energy for investing in our programs.
Student volunteers at the Special Olympics at Southern Wesleyan University.
Palmetto High School Senior, Austin Dockery, wins the State Championship for Welding at the SKILLS USA Competition.
Piedmont Honda interviewing and working with Automotive Technology Juniors on job skills.
Courtney Ruckers views an autopsy as she completes her 5 day internship with the Greenville Coroner's Office.
Alex Riddle prepares to walk into the operating room while interning at Jervey Eye Group in Greenville.
Mechatronics Juniors and Seniors participated in a morning tour Sunbrella- Glen Raven Custom Fabrics in Anderson.
The Culinary Team comes home with a win in both the Management and Culinary Competition. Nationals here we come! April 28-30 in Charleston.
The Media Broadcasting Team sweeps the Intercollegiate Broadcasting Awards in New York City!
Health Science and Biomedical Science students participated in the HOSA State Leadership conference in North Charleston on March 8-10. Congratulations to Shaheel Momin who placed 3rd in Knowledge Testing Nutrition and Morgan Parrish who placed 3rd in Knowledge testing Medical Law and Ethics.
Donate Life representative Theresa Colbert and Miracles In Sight professional Tracy Thorne came and spoke to the Health Science students on February 7, 2017. They shared the experience of “Paul’s Gift” and the heroic choices his family made to donate his organs. They learned about some of the recipients of his organs and how it impacted their lives. These specialists were able to share more information about health care jobs that are directly related to organ procurement and support staff to meet the family needs. Students learned what it meant to have the heart symbol placed on their license and the need for organ donation not only in South Carolina but nationwide as well. You can get more information at www.donatelife.org.