Dickson County Schools' CTE Program has had the honor of being recipients for 3 different grants. These grants have assisted in getting equipment for several of our programs. Future grants have the potential of changing and reshaping our CTE programs.

Grants DCS CTE has received thus far:

2020-21 : Received the Three Star Grant - $50,000 for CWHS Mechatronics and DCHS Project Lead The Way (Engineering)

2021-22 : Received the Three Star Grant - $50,000 for CWHS Welding

2021-22 : Received the GIVE 2.0 Grant - $695,000 for DCHS Nursing Services / Therapeutic Services and CWHS Therapeutic Services / Emergency Services.


2023-2026 : Received the Innovative School Model Grant- $ 4,000,000 total- 

This grant will be used for improving space, time, modes of learning, advising, and mentoring. We have met with

directors, principals, coordinators, and teachers to create a plan for success.

2023-2024: Received the SPARC 4.0 Grant - $95,158 for CWHS Mechatronics II 

These grants have the opportunity to not only grow our program as a whole, but to change our students' lives and career paths.

" The best way to predict the future is to create it." 

~ Abraham Lincoln

These grants have provided various equipment at both Dickson County and Creek Wood High School. Digital Electronics, welder, plasma cutter, anatomage table, ambulance simulator, and health science manikins are just a few items purchased with these grants to help our students have hands-on experiences while learning about their future careers.

Creek Wood High School

 Health Science

Anatomage table

Creek Wood High School


Ambulance Simulator

Creek Wood High School & Dickson County High School

Health Science

Med Cart

Creek Wood High School & Dickson County High School

Welding, Engineering, & Mechatronics