Resources for current CCCTC students and their parents

REVISED 08/17/22 Click to read the document

What is the Process of Enrolling At

Crawford County Career &Technical Center?


To help students in their decision making, the orientation and selection process begins at the 9th grade level and may continue through 10th and 11th grades in the following manner:


September - Orientations are given at each of the participating schools to familiarize students with the career choices available at Crawford County CTC. Program Guides and Applications are distributed at this time.


October - All 9th grade students tour the current 17 shops at Crawford County CTC. Immediately Following Tours - All interested 9th, 10th and 11th grade students submit applications, signed by their parent/guardian, to their high school counselor. The sending school furnishes additional information, including past academic records, performance in any prerequisite courses for particular programs, and attendance records.


November - Each applicant is interviewed by a Crawford County CTC counselor or Special Populations Coordinator.


January/February - Each applicant spends a half-day at Crawford County CTC in a work session in the shop(s) of their choice. This permits each student to get "hands-on" experience and to be evaluated by the instructor in the area(s) in which he/she might be interested.


Spring - The number of openings for each shop is determined and selections are made on an equal-opportunity basis until all openings are filled. Each student is notified of his/her acceptance or non-acceptance in the spring.

In today's job market, four out of five jobs require some type of technical training.







As an interested student or the parent/guardian of a 9th grade student, you need to be aware of the opportunities available to you/your student at Crawford County Career and Technical Center.


With careful planning, all high school students can attend Crawford County CTC and complete all graduation requirements at the home high school.


It is, also, possible for students who attend Crawford County CTC to continue their education after high school graduation at college or post-secondary trade and technical schools.


We encourage parents to assist their student in planning for their future. Please fell free to call Mrs. Laura Peterson, Chairperson, Student Services, at 814-724-6024, ext. 208, if you have any questions.


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Crawford County Career & Technical Center

860 Thurston Rd., Meadville Pennsylvania  16335

Ph. (814) 724-6024   Fax: 814-337-0602