Aiken County Career & Technology Center

Achieving Excellence

Important Announcements

  • Fashion Design & Apparel Construction Certification Exam Scheduled

    Fashion Design students are scheduled to take their certification exam on May 25 from 1-3pm at ACCTC.

    Fashion exam may 25 1-3pm

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  • Health Science & Sports Medicine

    Certification Exams

    Students who are completing the Health Science or Sports Medicine programs this year will complete their certification testing on Friday, May 19.

    Health Science 8:50-10:35am

    Sports Medicine 1:15-3pm

    Exan reminder

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  • Power up Your Future: College and Career Night

    Students are encouraged to attend the second annual "Power Up Your Future: Career and College Night" on Thursday, March 16 at the USCA Convocation Center from 4:00pm-7:00pm. Over 50 businesses, 45 colleges, and military representatives will be in attendance to share opportunities for employment, enrollment, and enlistment! We will have a drawing to give away $5,000 in scholarships for 12th grade students. Students are encouraged to pre-register using the QR code below.

    Powerup March 16 4-7

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  • ACCTC Alumni Association

    We want to know what you are doing now! Register for the Alumni Association so we can keep in touch with you about events and opportunities.

    ACCTC Alumni Association Form

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  • SRP High School Affinity Card

    The new School Year is here and what better way to support your school than with an SRP High School Affinity Card! You can support Aiken County Career and Technology Center with the SRP Affinity Debit Card. Each time you use your Aiken County Career and Technology Center debit card, money is donated directly to our school. You can learn more at

    SRP High School Affinity Card

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  • DISTRICT-WIDE REMINDER REGARDING PHOTO AND VIDEO OPT OUT - Aiken County Public School District procedures regarding do-not-photo/video requests state that each new school year during the school registration process, parents who wish to “opt out” their children from participation in photo or video opportunities at school must submit that request in writing to the ACPSD Communications Department.  

    The letter should be addressed to Director of Communications, Mike Rosier, at 1000 Brookhaven Drive, Aiken SC, 29803. It should state which student or students they wish the request to include, as well as their home school location or locations.  

    PLEASE NOTE: If no letter is on file, students are automatically opted in for photo, video, and media opportunities in our schools as they arise.  

    We welcome parents who wish to opt their children out of all photos and videos to submit a letter to us at any point prior to the end of October. 

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District Headlines

  • Block Scheduling

    New To The Block: Aiken County High Schools

    Aiken County’s high schools will join other high performing districts in the state with a transition to Block Scheduling beginning in the 2023-2024 school year. The shift follows several years of research, numerous requests from principals, and a number of recent presentations made by high school faculty and administration to the Board of Education.

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  •  Highland Springs Middle School

    Highland Springs Middle To Open In 2023-24 With Competitive Athletics And A Community-Selected Mascot

    As excitement builds for the opening of Aiken County Public Schools’ (ACPSD) newest campus, Highland Springs (HSMS) fans can be assured they’ll be cheering on HSMS student-athletes during the 2023-24 competitive athletic seasons in the name of a soon-to-be determined mascot.

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  •  Highland Springs Middle School Zoning Map

    Trustees Identify Highland Springs Student Zones Following Community Input

    School Board representatives identified the attendance lines for the District’s newest campus on March 7, 2023. “I am so pleased to see the ACPSD Board decision which unifies areas 2 and 3, Paige Day, Highland Springs Middle School’s (HSMS) Principal stated. “This decision will allow HSMS to move forward with competitive programming and to serve the needs of all of the families surrounding our school."

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  •  Job Shadow

    Aiken Works National Groundhog Job Shadow Day

    Aiken Works celebrated its 4th Annual National Groundhog Job Shadow Day earlier this month with a record 1,137 Aiken County Public School District students in grades 8-12 participating, the most ever for this event. Students spent the day shadowing professionals at 518 area businesses.

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  •  Coach Garrick

    Experienced Turn-Around Coach To Lead AHS Football Hornets

    Dwayne Garrick will soon lead a new team of student athletes as the recently-selected Head Football Coach of the Aiken High School Hornets. The highly-regarded coach with more than 200 wins over the last 23 years and a reputation for turning around programs throughout the state says he’s been interested in the potential at Aiken High (AHS) for some time now. “It’s a spot that I’ve always had my eye on,” Garrick explained. “It will take some work. But, with the type of players there and coaches already in place, the program can be very successful.”

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A Glimpse at ACCTC

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The Path

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