The two high schools that comprise Camden County Technical Schools (CCTS) provide career training programs, academic courses, and extracurricular activities to students in grades 9 through 12.
Graduates of CCTS may go directly into the work force with employable skills or continue their education for advanced studies. As a public school, there is no charge for high school students who live in Camden County to attend CCTS and transportation is provided by local school districts.
Combined, the Pennsauken and Gloucester Township campuses offer 30 career programs and academies. Not all career programs are offered in both schools. 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.
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 twice named one of the nation’s best high schools by US News and World Report and is a National and State School of Character.