Acte Achieve 100 Award


The following schools and institutions have received the ACTE Achieve 100 Award in recognition of outstanding commitment to vocational education through 100% staff enrollment in ACTE.

2000 ACHIEVE 100 RECIPIENTS

SCHOOL                                    CITY/STATE

Bessemer Center for Technology            Bessemer, Alabama
Birmingham Board of Education             Birmingham, Alabama
Cherokee Country Careers &
 Technology Center                        Centre, Alabama
Winston County Technical Center           Double Springs, Alabama
Flomaton High School                      Flomaton, Alabama
Walker County Center of Technology        Jasper, Alabama
Marengo County Technology Center          Linden, Alabama
Ozarka Technical College                  Melbourne, Arkansas
Mesa Unified School District-Vocational
 Tech. Education                          Mesa Arizona
Cherry Creek PREP Alternative
 High School                              Denver, Colorado
Career Development System                 Harvey, Illinois
Christian-Montgomery Regional
 Vocational System                        Hillsboro, Illinois
JC-TEC                                    Olathe, Kansas
Meade County Area Technology              Brandenburg, Kentucky
Shawsheen Valley Technical High School    Billerica, Massachusetts
Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate          White Bear Lake,
 School District                           Minnesota
Lake Area Vocational-Technical School     Camdenton, Missouri
University of Missouri-Columbia           Columbia, Missouri
Missouri Dept of Elementary &
 Secondary Education                      Missouri
Madison County Schools Business &
 Commerce Center                          Canton, Mississippi
Hinds Community College/Rankin Campus     Pearl, Mississipi
Liberty High School                       Liberty, Missouri
University of Nebraska-Lincoln            Lincoln, Nebraska
Bowbells High School                      Bowbells, North Dakota
Roosevelt High School                     Carson, North Dakota
Des Lacs-Burlington High School           Des Lacs, North Dakota
Granville High School                     Granville, North Dakota
Leeds School                              Leeds North Dakota
Turtle Lake-Mercer High School            Turtle Lake, North Dakota
SUNY-Oswego Dept of Vo-Tech Ed            Oswego, New York
University of Akron                       Akron, Ohio
Diamond Oaks Career Development Campus    Cincinnati, Ohio
Great Oaks Institute Of technology and
 Career Development                       Cincinnati, Ohio
Center for Employment Resources           Cincinnati, Ohio
Auburn Career Center                      Concord Twp. … 

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