Cape May County Technical School Past and Future
The Cape May County Technical School was instituted in 1915 by the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders and is today situated on an 84-acre campus in the Northern section of the Crest Haven Complex (Middle Township) which is easily accessible from Exit 11 of the Garden State Parkway.
The Cape May County Technical School presently consists of one main building which includes the Tozour (100) Building, the Scrivani (200) Building and the Toft (300) Building, as well as auxiliary buildings that include a greenhouse, the Broadley Administration Building, and water front facilities on the sound. Also, baseball, softball and soccer fields have been established on the campus.
The district‘s educational divisions include a comprehensive high school, a share-time special needs vocational program, evening adult high school program, adult post secondary instruction as well as an Evening/Continuing Education Division program including ABE/GED and ESL instruction.
The district is ready to serve the educational and technical needs of the community well into the 21st century.
Cape May County Technical School Evening and Continuing Education Division
The Evening and Continuing Education Division offers courses to provide academic, vocational, technical and avocational instruction in Arts, Crafts, Dance, Music, Computers, Cooking, Baking, Language, Health & Fitness, Office/ Career Related, Special Training, State License, Vocational/Technical programs and GED, ABE, ESL instruction.
The Cape May County Technical School is committed to serving business, industry, labor unions, and the community through the programs offered in both the day and evening school. Inplant training, emergency short term or long range programs, seminars or courses for particular skills, licensing or certification programs are developed to meet the needs of Cape May County residents.