Barnwell County Career Center
Welcome to the Barnwell County Career Center's website where our students are trained in their area of interest to help them achieve career goals and experience in their selected career.
Welcome....From The Director
Thank you for your interest in the Barnwell County Career Center. We are a multi-district Career Center that serves students from Barnwell High School, Blackville-Hilda High School and Williston-Elko High School. We have 11 programs that are designed to help students begin training in a career path of their choice. Through student organizations such as FFA, HOSA, SkillsUSA, and NTHS students enjoy a variety of activities that challenge their skills, teach leadership and are enjoyable.
The expectations we have are extremely high and students will be encouraged to perform at their highest potential level. Our instructors will encourage and work alongside the student to help achieve success. The instructors offer rigorous coursework to ensure each student is college and career ready when they complete a course.
Dual credit is offered in three programs, and most programs offer School-to-Work activities for second year students. Explore our website and contact us if you have questions. Parents and student tours are easily arranged.
"Our Mission Statement"
* August 31 School year begins
* September 16 Early Release
*October 21- Early Release
* November 3- Election Day
* November 25-27- Thanksgiving Holidays
* December 18- Half Day
*December 21-January 1-Christmas Break
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The active Mission Statement for Barnwell County Career Center.
"We prepare each student academically, technically, and socially to adapt and compete in an ever-changing economy."
I want to learn life skills that are hands on and prepare me for my future.
It gives me a different part of life and skills to explore other than basketball and core classes.
I like the environment and the teachers show they care.
I like to come to BCCC to become better with mechanical skills and to be able to create my own designs.
- Nathan Moody, Electricity/Agriculture
— Rishona Washington, Criminal Justice
— Rachel Jameson, Health Science
— Shammah Scott, Mechanical Design