Students who are interested in applying to CCTI need to obtain an application from your guidance counselor or click on Admission Application CLICK HERE. The application must be signed by a parent or guardian, and returned to your school guidance counselor to be considered for acceptance.
The requirements for acceptance are as follows:
- Must have achieved sophomore standing
- Successfully completed ninth grade English, Science, Social Studies and an Algebra course. (Pre, 1 A, concepts, etc.)
- A completed application signed off by your guidance counselor
Students and parents shall review program task listings for their first and second career and technical program choice. Every effort is made to provide students with their first choice.
CLICK HERE for the admissions application.
The Carbon Career & Technical Institute provides an equal opportunity for all students to achieve their maximum potential through the programs offered in the school without discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, age, creed, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin, marital status, pregnancy or handicap/disability (See policy 103). Career and technical education program offerings include:
• Autobody/Collision and Repair Technology/Technician
• Auto Service and Technology
• Computer Engineering Technology
• Culinary Arts
• Drafting and Design Technology/Technician
• Electrical Distribution and Automation/Electrician
• Electronics Communication Engineering Technology
• Graphic Design
• Health/Medical Assistant/Aide
• Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
• Marketing/Distributive Education
• Precision Machine Technology
Inquiries may be directed to Michelle Allen, Title IX/Section 504 Coordinator
570-325-3682 ext. 1505
Carbon Career & Technical Institute
150 West 13th Street
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229.
If you are interested in taking a tour of Carbon Career & Technical Institute campus, you have two options. In order to take a private tour, please contact Eugene Colosimo at 570-325-3682 ext. 1506. Another alternative is to take a tour during your ninth grade year that is conducted by your sending school district in January. During this tour, students will explore two technical areas that they may wish to enter.