Get started with Robotics at South Branch Career and Technical Center

South Branch Career and Technical Center (SBCTC) is one of seven multi-county ca- reer and technical centers in the state. It began operation in the fall of 1970 with 161 students in six daytime instructional programs and 170 adults in evening classes. The school has grown steadily, and now serves more than 300 students in twelve different programs. The Center serves students from five high schools in Grant, Hardy, and Pendleton counties. The feeder high schools include: Petersburg, Union, Moorefield, Pendleton County, and East Hardy.

Contact Information

401 Pierpont Street, Petersburg, West Virginia 26847
(304) 257-1331

What South Branch Career and Technical Center can offer you.

South Branch Career and Technical Center (SBCTC) offers a program in industrial equipment maintenance. SBCTC’s purpose is to design an educational program that will encourage the greatest possible development of each student and meet the needs of every student enrolled. The aim of SBCTC is to offer an education which will enable students to function productively in a rapidly changing technological society. It is the policy of SBCTC to maintain and promote equal employment and educational opportunity without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, handicap, national origin, or other non-merit factors.

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