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Principal's Message


Stesha Flowers
Principal

 

 

 

 

Dear Parents, Students, and community members;

I am honored and blessed to be a part of the learning community at Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy. Our vision is with high expectations and strong partnerships, we will actively engage all students in the mastery of academic and technical skills needed to be ready for college and a career. 

SOKY ECCA offers Career Pathways in the areas of Automotive Technology (Instructor:  Matt Mcwhorter), Business (Instructor:  Lora Grant), Carpentry (Instructor:  Jason Harlan), Industrial Maintenance (Instructor:  Jerry Bell), Health Sciences (Instructors:  Billie Frye and Ashley King), and Welding (Instructor: David Booher).  Each program prepares students to pass the Kentucky End of Program Assessment and/or to receive an Industry Certification.  Students who attend Clinton County High School and Cumberland County High School attend SOKY ECCA.

SOKY ECCA instructors are gifted in what they do and I am impressed everyday with their ability to communicate and demonstrate their content knowledge to students.  

We are here to serve our community by preparing students for successful transition into college and/or work.  We are open to ideas, suggestions, and wish to help our community in any way that we can.  If we can be of assistance, please contact us at 606-387-6448 or by email at stesha.flowers@clinton.kyschools.us

Stesha Flowers

 

Education:  Bachelors of Science- Business Education, Masters-Educational Leadership, currently working on Doctor of Education Degree in Educational Leadership,  Eastern Kentucky University

Began Teaching: 1999

Began working at Clinton County ATC: 2006

Job before working @ CCATC:  Business Education Teacher, Monticello Ind. School

Organizations: Monticello United Methodist Church, Kentucky Association of School Administrators, Association of Career and Technical Education

 




8/1/2014


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