Camden County Technical Schools
The two high schools at Camden County Technical Schools (CCTS) provide career training programs, academic courses, and extracurricular activities to students in grades nine through twelve. The Gloucester Township Campus high school is located on Berlin Cross Keys Road in Sicklerville, New Jersey. The Pennsauken Campus high school is located on Browning Road in Pennsauken, New Jersey.
Graduates of CCTS may go directly into the work force with employable skills or continue their education for advanced studies. As a public school district, there is no charge to parents/guardians for high school students who live in Camden County to attend CCTS and transportation is provided by local school districts.
Combined, the campuses offer 37 career programs and academies. Not all career programs are offered in both schools. Each career program description identifies the school that offers it. Students will be placed into a career program based on their interest and ability and after review of their 7th and 8th grade report cards and standardized test scores among a host of other criteria.
CCTS offers a comprehensive high school program for students who are eligible for special education and related services. It is designed to develop the students' occupational training proficiencies to their maximum potential and lace them in today's competitive employment market.
CCTS offers students vocational assessments, individualized programming, counseling, training, child study team services, support therapies, school-to-career transition, college selection counseling and virtual classes. In addition, we offer Advanced Placement classes, dual-credit courses and our World Languages include Spanish and Mandarin Chinese.
CCTS has maintained a tradition of excellence and was recognized by the National Center for Research in Vocational Education as one of five exemplary vocational education programs in the United States. In addition, the Pennsauken Campus of CCTS was named one of the nation's best high schools by US News and World Report for two years in a row. In addition, our Pennsauken Campus was named New Jersey's only high school in 2012 "Distinguished Title 1 High School" by the New Jersey Department of Education and the United States Department of Education.
CCTS strives to address the total needs of the learner. Combinations of programs are available in departmentalized resource settings, as well as traditional interdisciplinary and inclusion program formats. The educational program for each special education student is created by one of the Child Study Teams with participation by the family, student, and instructional staff.
Enrollment for all students is in accordance with district admission standards. The admission procedures are listed on the high school application. It is strongly recommended that students apply in the fall of their eighth grade year for entry into CCTS as ninth graders.