Shelby County College and Career Center Students Place at State SkillsUSA Competition

CCC Skills USA 1Students from the Shelby County College and Career Center competed in the State Skills USA competition held at the Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center April 19-21.  The SCCCC has a tradition of excellence at state SkillsUSA competition and this year was no different, with several students winning and placing in their event categories.  All first place winners are now eligible for Skills USA National Competition, which will be held in June in Louisville, KY.


Automotive Refinishing

1st – Kyle Paul (OMHS)

3rd – Nathan Mercer (OMHS)

Collision Repair Technology 

2nd – Franklin Razo (CHHS)

Class Project Display Team

3rd – Chris Courington (VHS), Josh Acton (MHS), Cody Hurt (HHS)

Crime Scene Investigation Team

CCC Skills USA 31st – Mason McCartney (SCHS), Spencer Hollon (HHS), Savannah Shores (OMHS)

3rd – Gina Kent (CHHS), Alissa Duncan (OMHS), Juliana Lindsay (HHS)

Criminal Justice

1st – Spencer Hollon (HHS)

Fire Fighting

3rd – CD Lawley (MHS)

State Pin Design

2nd – Logan Williams (CHHS)

In addition to the state SkillsUSA competition, two students from the SCCCC also recently competed at the state HOSA conference. Madison Andrews (CAHS) and Brooke Denson (VHS) placed 3rd in the First Aid competition and are eligible for National HOSA Competition in Nashville, TN in June.

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