CCCTC students Have Top Scores on State Tests

From press reports

 

The required state tests for career and technical courses at Choctaw County Career and Technology Center were taken in April 2013. Two of the CCCTC students had advanced scores and had the highest test scores in the state.

Caden Teer, a Weir High School student taking Engineering at CCCTC, scored the highest out of 444 students tested in the state.

Daniel Hughes, a French Camp Academy student taking Carpentry at CCCTC, scored next to the highest out of 628 students in the state.

Caden Teer, a Weir High School student taking Engineering at CCCTC, scored the highest out of 444 students tested in the state.

Caden Teer, a Weir High School student taking Engineering at CCCTC, scored the highest out of 444 students tested in the state.

Daniel Hughes, a French Camp Academy student taking Carpentry at CCCTC, scored next to the highest out of 628 students in the state.

Daniel Hughes, a French Camp Academy student taking Carpentry at CCCTC, scored next to the highest out of 628 students in the state.