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Application Steps

Complete the online application form. 
In this step you'll need:

  • Your email address. Do NOT use your school email. School email systems often block email from external sources.
  • Your parent's email address.
  • Approximately 10 minutes. You are able to save the application and return to it later, if needed.

I've applied. Now what?

Applications will be reviewed in late January and you will be notified of your acceptance status in early-February. You can check your application status at 

Acceptance Criteria

Our application criteria considers core credits earned. There is minimal time available to make up credits while enrolled at CTC, and we want to make sure CTC students are on track to graduate and succeed.

If you are not on track to graduate, there are options! We can assist you with working with your home school counselor to meet the criteria for future consideration. If you have any questions about admissions, please contact Mr. Michael Rice, our admissions expert. 

CTC Student Voices

2024-25 CTC Program Guide

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First page of the PDF file: 24-25ProgramGuideMailingFA_web

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Springfield-Clark CTC (SCCTC) dedicates itself to providing equal educational opportunities for all. The SCCTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation or gender identity), disability, age (except as authorized by law), religion, military status, ancestry, or genetic information in its admissions process or provision of educational programs or activities. Lack of English language proficiency will not be a barrier to admission and participation in career-technical education programs or courses.

Software Programming students work on computers.
Dental students practice taking molds.
Forestry student uses a string trimmer to clean up the CTC grounds.
Health students practice skills.
Hospitality & Tourism student helps with an event setup.
Heating and Air student checks voltage on a furnace.
Jaguar Academy student experiences the Culinary Arts program.
Job Training student stocks shelves.
A Medical Assisting student runs a medical test.
Nursing students practice their skills.
Vet Science student works with a dog on a grooming table.
A Project Search student answers phones at the Clark County ESC.
Cyber Security student using a VR headset.
A Welding and Fabrication student at the Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center works on a welding project.