Annual Public Notification



The Dallas County School System offers career and technical education programs at Keith High School, Dallas County High School, Southside High School, and the Dallas County Career and Technical Education Center. These programs are designed to prepare youth for a broad range of employment opportunities and further educational advancement. All programs are offered under the guidance of certified teachers. The following are a list of programs being offered this year and the criteria for admission.

  • Health Science: Students must work in hospital settings, using various equipment for healthcare advancement. (11th and 12th Grade)
  • Collision Repair: Students must be able to work in an environment with various paints, chemical, and dust. (10th - 12th Grade)
  • Automotive Service Technology: Students must be able to reach, bend, and lift 10 pounds or more. (10th - 12th Grade)
  • Welding: Students must be able to work in an environment with heavy equipment, dangerous gases, dust, and dangerous equipment. (11th and 12th Grade)
  • Electrical Technology: Students must be able to solve electrical mathematical problems and perform various tasks dealing with electricity. (10th - 12th Grade)
  • Finance/Business Education: Students must be able to type, apply computer skills, and develop positive work ethics. (9th-12th Grade)
  • Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC): Students must be able to be accept positive criticism, perform physical activity, and develop soft skills needed to become a productive citizen in our society. (9th-12th Grade)
  • Modern Manufacturing: Students must be able to apply basic manufacturing principles and technical skills to the identification and resolution of production problems in the manufacturing of products. The program includes instruction in machine operations, production line operations, systems analysis, instrumentation, physical controls, automation, manufacturing planning, quality control, and informational infrastructure. (10th - 12th Grade)

For general information about these programs, contact:


Petro Johnson, Director

Career and Technical Education

1306 Roosevelt Avenue

Selma, Alabama 36701



Inquiries regarding discrimination policies should be directed to:


Coordinator, Title IX, PO Box 1056, Selma, AL 36702, 334.876.4470


Mrs. Felicia Y. King-Thomas, Section 504 Coordinator, PO Box 1056, Selma, AL 36702, 334-876-4473- email:

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