Congratulations to BCCA Automotive Technology students and 2017-2018 SkillsUSA Alabama State President (left) pictured with Campaign Manager (right).
The BCCA Automotive Technology students' Hot Rodders of Tomorrow engine build team was recently invited to the BJCC during the Alabama Auto Show to put on an exhibition for the ASE AYES booth.
Mr. Allen Franklin’s Work-Based learning students who are currently enrolled in the BLG Academy program participated in a field trip to Transport America in Birmingham. This gave our students a better understanding of how transporting parts for Mercedes automobiles work.
DECCA officers from the Business and Commerce program at the 2016-17 Joint Leadership District Conference in Birmingham, Al.
BCCA Automotive, Co-op, and Jag programs recently teamed up with Community Services of West Alabama and Cahaba Medical Care to help distribute food to residents in our community. Community service projects are an important part of professional development as SkillsUSA members.
2017 BCCA Cosmetology ACE Competitors.
2015-16 SkillsUSA District Welding Competition
Cosmetology students washing mannequin heads to learn new styling techniques.
The 2015-16 BCCA FFA Forestry Team placed 1st in the central district eliminations and are going to state.
BCCA students talk with representatives from Lawson State Community College.
2016-17 SkillsUSA Automotive and Welding competitors.
Commerce and Information Technology creating and presenting new inventions.
Co-op students and HOSA students taking Mrs. Barbara Terry's CPR class.
Mr. Allen Franklin's BLG Logistics Academy students were invited to tour the Hyundai Plant
in Montgomery on March 24. They are pictured with a 2017 Genesis G90.
Mr. Allen Franklin’s Work-Based Learning students who participate in an Internship program at BLG Logistics, were invited to tour the Mercedes-Benz Plant in Vance, AL in March 8th 2017.