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  • Awards Banquet Held April 25

    Taylor Cunningham, who takes Culinary Arts at HCTC, was chosen as the CATE Student of the Year. The Excel Outstanding student, Tyiana Johnson, is also a student in the Entertainment & Media class in CATE. The Outstanding student from ROW, Michael King, takes Lawn, Garden and Gift Enterprise at HCTC.

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  • Entrepreneurship Summer Camp

    RICHLAND ONE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Do you mow lawns or babysit for extra money? Do you make beats, sell goods at the flea market or have some other skill that may be profitable? Do you ever dream of owning your own business? Heyward’s Entrepreneurship Summer Camp is for you!

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  • Welding Students Take First Place in Competition

    Mr. Crosby and his students won 1st place in the Florence-Darlington Technical Welding Rodeo. Students pictured are: Willow "Jay" Bugbee, Jermiah Sansbury,Kenneth Dixon, and Zackery Myers not present: Damarius Lewis

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  • Heyward Students Excel at SkillsUSA Competition

    The annual competitions for the SC chapter of SkillsUSA was held in Greenville from March 30-April 1.

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  • HOSA Students Attend State Leadership Conference

    HOSA students from HCTC attended the SC State Leadership Conference March 8-10 in North Charleston. Pictured: (Anukrithi Myadala, Quiyona Jacobs, Caylee Wise, Kimberly Parson, Not pictured Frances Mayes)

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  • Entrepreneurship Students Put Program Skills to Work at Flea Market

    Heyward students in the Entrepreneurship program took a field trip to the US #1 Flea Market in West Columbia.

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  • Cummins, Inc. Announces Partnership with HCTC

    On February 15, representatives from Cummins, Inc., a global manufacturer, distributor and service provider of diesel and natural gas engines met with administrators of Richland One in HCTC's Conference Center to announce their partnership in forming a Youth Apprentice Program which will benefit diesel students at HCTC.

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  • National Wear Red Day

    HCTC students and staff participated in this special day sponsored by the American Heart Association to help bring awareness to the fact that heart attacks are the #1 killer of women. Pictured here is Ms. Watson's PM Cosmetology class who had 100% participation. Click below to see photo of HCTC staff.

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  • "Preparing Tomorrow's Professionals"

    Heyward Career and Technology Center has provided 40 years of excellent service to the students in Richland County School District One. We are proud to offer three programs that meet the needs of students with a variety of career interests.

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  • HCTC Student Leaders in SC SkillsUSA

    Kenya McQueen, Secretary; Koya Hill, Chaplain

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  • Washington Leadership Training Institute

    Third year cosmetology students Koya Hill and Kenya McQueen, accompanied by Assistant Principal Russell Perkins and Cosmetology teacher and SkillsUSA advisor, Renee Bell, represented HCTC at the WLTI in Washington, DC from September 17-21.

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  • First Field Trip on New Activity Bus

    Cosmetology students traveled to Fountain Inn, SC to visit the Nirvana Cultural Center on October 21, 2016 marking the inaugural trip for the HCTC activity bus.

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