Bulloch County Schools collaborates with our community to help prepare students for success to be either enrolled, enlisted or employed. Learn more about our Workforce Development Plan.
Our team of nearly 30 school counselors provide age-appropriate, career-ready experiences and counseling for Kindergarten through twelfth-grade students. Faculty advisors &/or counselors begin working with students in the sixth grade to establish a Georgia Futures account, our state's one-stop-online-shop for post-secondary education and career preparation.
When students reach eighth grade, counselors work with them to develop individual graduation plans to ensure students register for the most appropriate high school courses and discuss career pathways, dual enrollment, Advanced Placement, work-based learning, and apprenticeship options. This further helps place them on their chosen path to post-secondary education and/or careers.
- Career Discovery Events
- Career Pathways
- Co-Curricular Student Organizations
- Dual Enrollment
- Work-Based Learning
Workforce Development Data (2023)
- 1,510 - Students taking Career Technical & Agricultural Education courses
- 283 - Students enrolled in work-based learning
- $1,364,178 - The amount of wages earned by work-based learning students during the 2022-2023 school year.
- 234 - Number of local business and industry work-based learning job sites
- 30 - Number of career pathways offered to students
- 96.2 percent - Graduation rate of Career Technical & Agricultural Education students
- 915 - Number of students who participated in the district's eight career discovery events with local industry
- 1,292 - number of students engaged in a Career Technical Student Organization like SkillsUSA, the National FFA Organization, Future Business Leaders of America, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Health Occupations Student Association, or the Technology Student Association.