High School Programs

Today is an exciting time to be in high school. You have so many opportunities that your parents and grandparents didn’t have – opportunities that will jump-start your future. Technological advances and global competition have changed the nature of work. Jobs today require high-tech knowledge and advanced technical skills. Work and learning will be integral parts of your life as you pursue your personal pathway to success.


Study, plan, and prepare for life after high school. Talk with your school counselor and discuss how Career and Technical Education (CTE) can be integrated as part of your Personalized Education Plan (PEP). CTE Programs include the high school courses and post-secondary options most relevant to your career goals. CTE will expose you to many different occupations, along with providing opportunities for hands-on training and experience. As you prepare for life after high school it is important that you explore programs, plan your next-steps, and select which school best fits your needs. Taking classes that offer college credit will save you time and money as you continue your education after high school. Whether your next step is college or direct entry into the workforce, CTE will give you the edge.


Your future employers are waiting for you. They need your skills, they need your talents, they need your ideas, they need your knowledge, they need your ambition, and they need your experience to help them succeed, to be competitive, and to further advance into the 21st century.

Title IX ADA 504 Notice 

Boone Career & Technical Center (BCTC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, or marital status in any of its policies, procedures or practices as required by Title IX, Section 504, and ADA regulations. For inquiries concerning Title IX, please contact the BCS Safe Schools Director Anthony Tagliente at 304-369-8276 or ataglient@k12.wv.us. For inquiries concerning 504/ADA, please contact the Director of Exceptional Children Mary Knapp, at 304-369-8245 or mknapp@k12.wv.us. Inquiries may also be submitted in writing to the following Director’s at Boone County Schools 69 Avenue B Madison, WV 25130.

© 2014-2020 BCTC

Boone Career and Technical Center

3505 Daniel Boone Pkwy.  |  Foster, West Virginia 25081

Office: 304.369.4585  |  Fax: 304.369.3692