What is the difference between Citronelle High School, Citronelle Academies, and Citronelle Center for Advanced Technology?
Citronelle High School is the school as a whole. It includes nearly 800 students and 50 faculty members. While Citronelle High School encompasses all courses, departments, and students, the Academies are smaller learning communities in the high school. The Academies Program ensures students are receiving organized, focused, and relevant course.
The Citronelle Center for Advanced Technology (C-CAT) is the on-site career technical education facility at Citronelle High School. Eleven of the 50 high school faculty members teach career technical courses in the C-CAT facility, which allows them to not only teach in a classroom setting but also conduct hands-on projects in their workshops and labs. C-CAT is the only on-campus career tech facility that caters to students from only one high school, and the CHS students are the only students in the district who are not required to take transportation to another career tech campus for those courses.