Bulloch County Schools' Career, Technical, and Agriculture Education (CTAE) program seeks to provide meaningful school-to-career initiatives that will prepare students for life beyond high school.
With a total of 19 career pathways being offered across our high schools, Bulloch County students are able to explore their interests and use advanced applications as they take courses in their chosen pathway. As students gain technical skills, they are also connecting the relevance of the academic skills imbedded in their CTAE coursework through real-world scenarios and lab settings.
Bulloch County CTAE partners with area businesses, Ogeechee Technical College, and the Georgia Department of Labor to ensure the relevance of instruction to the workforce.
To offset the transition from high school to college or career, we are proud to offer dual enrollment as a means of allowing students the opportunity to earn units toward high school graduation while also earning college credit. Bulloch County Schools has dual enrollment agreements with Georgia Southern University , East Georgia College and Ogeechee Technical College.
We also provide Work Based Learning placements at work sites that are relevant to a student’s high school career coursework or interest. Below is a directory of career pathways available at our three high schools: Portal Middle High School (PMHS), Southeast Bulloch High School (SEBHS) and Statesboro High School (SHS). Limited courses are also available at our four middle schools: Langston Chapel Middle School (LCMS), Portal Middle High (PMHS), William James Middle School (WJMS), and Southeast Bulloch Middle School (SEBMS).