Coastal Pines Technical College to Host January Commencement

Georgia State Patrol Assistant Troop I Commander Lieutenant Clay Kicklighter will deliver the commencement address.

Georgia Southern launches lending program for STEM, social studies classrooms in SEGA

The School Outreach Program provides STEM and social studies supplies, including consumable and non-consumable materials, equipment, and teaching aids to member teachers, schools and districts.

Dr. James Pulos named McIntosh County Schools superintendent

In his role as superintendent, Dr. Pulos’ first plan of action is to get to know the community and its people in order to build on the school system’s already strong cultural foundation, as well as evaluate what is working well and address current and future challenges that may impact the schools.

4 Camden Schools Named ‘Distinguished,’ Among Highest Performing

The Distinguished Schools designation recognizes the highest-performing Title I schools in Georgia

Coastal Pines Technical College Signs New Articulation Agreement With Valdosta State University

This collaboration between Valdosta State University and Coastal Pines Technical College will allow students with the Associate of Applied Science Education degree to maximize the transfer of credits in order to complete a bachelor’s degree in two years or less.

Waycross is Second Coastal Pines Testing Center to Receive National Certification

With millions of educational, certification, and licensure tests administered in the U.S. every year, the need for secure testing environments and trained testing staff...

SMES Readers Complete Marathon

Great work by all!

NHTS Inducts First Honor Students

A group of CCHS students made history recently when they were inducted into Camden County High Schools first National Technical Honor Society during a candle lighting ceremony.

Camden Middle Welcomes New Cougars

Starting middle school can be a little scary so we have been working hard to make the transition to middle school a little easier...

Camden Superintendent Appointed to National Commission

Dr. Hardin’s appointment was formalized on April 19th with an Executive Order signed by Governor Kemp.