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BPA National Winners

The CACC Chapter of Business Professionals of America (BPA) had 8 students from the Programming and Mobile Applications program qualify for national competition in Boston during the 2015-2016 school year. 

HOSA National Winners

CACC had 30 Health Occupations students qualify to attend the Health Occupations Society of America state leadership conference at Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City for the 2013-2014 school year.

SkillsUSA statewide Winners

CACC had 26 students move on to state competition in SKillsUSA for the 2012-2103 school year. Students from the Construction Technology, Culinary Arts & Hospitality, Law Enforcement, New Media and Precision Machining Technology programs participated in this national program.

breaking tradition award winners

Three female students won Breaking Traditions awards from the state in 2013-2014. Breaking Tradition awards recognize students who have been successful in CTE programs that are non-traditional for their gender.  The students were from the Culinary Arts, Engineering Design/PLTW and the Computer Science Academy programs.

MITES State Winners

For the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society (MITES) competitions, student projects are judged at the regional level and state levels. CACC had one CAD student, one Welding student, two Auto Tech students, and three Precision Machining students take 1st Place in state level competition held in Battle Creek in May. CACC had 25 students place in the Top 10, including seven 1st Place winners, and six 2nd place winners.

prostart competition winners 

At the Michigan ProStart competition, presented by the Michigan Restaurant Association, the CACC Culinary Banquet Team took third place overall and the Nutrition Team took second place in the 2013-2014 competition.

Welding Students Win Awards at Ferris State Competition

On May 8th welding students from school districts across Michigan competed at Ferris State University. CACC had 5 students participate in this competition, with one student placing 1st in Arc Welding and one student placing 2nd in Mig Welding. Winning students received scholarships and welding equipment.