Connecting the current and future workforce to current and future demands of business is driving decisions and programs offered by the Cherokee County School District and the local colleges and universities. With this unique partnership, the Cherokee Workforce Collaborative has instilled a common vision among business, government, educators and students.
The Cherokee County School District (CCSD) is one of the top school districts in the State of Georgia and the nation with a strong focus on improving teaching and learning. CCSD is bridging the gap between education and industry. The district incorporates state of the art learning technology in the classroom from early elementary classes all the way through high school. Cherokee County’s schools are truly preparing students for success in higher education, as well as lucrative careers within industry. Visit Site →
Local Private schools offer competitive and cutting edge curricula proven by higher test scores than state and national averages. Cherokee Christian School, Furtah Preparatory School, Lyndon Academy, and The King’s Academy are four well known schools that prep students for post-secondary education at some of the nation’s most prestigious universities such as Emory University, Georgia Tech, Harvard University, Texas A&M, University of Georgia, Vanderbilt University, and Wake Forest University.
Cherokee Workforce Collaborative
The Cherokee Workforce Collaborative is a united, community-based partnership created by the Cherokee Office of Economic Development (COED) to strengthen Cherokee’s pipeline of skilled workers. This collaborative was developed in direct response to the needs identified in the Opportunity Cherokee Economic Development Strategy, which served as the blueprint for the Cherokee Workforce Collaborative Implementation Plan.