Preparing You For A World of Opportunitie

Hollis Blackwell, Director
469 Magnolia Drive
Raleigh, Ms 39153
School Hours: 7am - 4pm

  • Health Sciences
  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Construction Technology
  • Information Technology
  • Business & Marketing
  • Welding Technology
  • Teacher Academy

Information Technology

Construction Technology

Teacher Academy students attended State Competition for Future Educators of America (FEA) in Jackson, Ms on February 5-6.  Smith County Career Center entered five competitions, and two entries received top honors on a state level.

Automotive Service Technician
Hattiesburg Cycle

Automotive Technology, Construction Technology, and Welding Technology at JCJC



Students of The Month

Teacher Academy

Business & Marketing

Automotive Technology


Congratulations to Mr. Harrison, Construction Technology instructor at the Smith County Career Center.  He accepted the Mississippi Construction Education Foundation/Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Center of Excellence Award from Mike Barkett of MCEF.  Mr. Barkett said, "This award recognizes a commitment to construction education, creativity, and the ability to promote life-long learning to our future workforce through highly quality education programs.


Mississippi SkillsUSA Region III competition was held at East Central Community College in Decatur, Ms on February 6.  Jon Brett Walters competed in Technical Related Math where he place 1st!! In March he will compete in the Mississippi SkillsUSA state competition.  Jon is in Mr. Hammons' Information Technology class.

Field Trips

Teacher Academy
Dubard School

Jones Junior College Visit!!!!

Upcoming Events
January 19- School Holiday
February 5- Progress Reports
February 16- Holiday for Students



Health Sciences

Pictured Left to right: Mrs. McCraw/TA Instructor. Candance McWilliams and Ashton Rouse, both seniors at Mize placed 3rd in the state after presenting their local FEA's chapter position on an Ethical Dilemma of a fictional first year high school teacher who had a student fail for the year.  Next is Rashana Jordan, senior at Raleigh, had the highest score in the state for her lesson plan, video and instruction on figurative language to Mrs. LeeAnn King's 6th grade class at Mize Elementary

Automotive & Marketing
Nissan Plant

Health Science at Magee General