Best Vocational Schools in North Carolina 2022: Rating, Grades & More

Hi readers! In this post, I’ve compiled a list of best vocational schools in North Carolina. The list consists of both public and private schools. Here, readers will find the following details – top vocational schools, their address, grades, student teacher ratio and more.

Vocational Schools North Carolina

Best Public & Private Vocational Schools in North Carolina for 2022



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1 SEA-Tech 09 11 5301 Sidbury Road Castle Hayne 14.1000000
2 Johnston County Schools Career Technical 09 13 PO Box 2350 Smithfield 20.2000000
3 Northeast Regional School – Biotech/Agri 09 13 1215 Saint Andrews St Jamesville 23.2000000
4 Career and Technical Education Center 09 12 2550 Buckingham Road Burlington
5 Career Center 09 12 910 Highland Court Winston Salem
6 Holton Career and Resource Center UG UG 401 North Driver St Durham
7 LCST UG UG 1 Timken Dr Lincolnton
8 Robeson Co Career Ctr UG UG PO Box 2909 Lumberton


For ranking the schools, I’ve relied upon the ‘Student Teacher Ratio’ factor. What is student teacher ratio, some of you may ask. It is the number used to indicate the number of students for every teacher in a school.


For example, a student teacher ratio of 16 indicates that a teacher is available for 16 students in that school. When it comes to quality of education, student teacher ratio plays an important role. If the student teacher ratio is 100, it means that few teachers are available to attend to the needs of students in a school. This may lead to inadequate attention, inadequate engagement, and may even have a negative impact on student success!


Student teacher ratio is like a two way street. Fewer students per teacher setup is an ideal classroom where students may enjoy adequate individual-attention from teachers. Under this setup, a teacher may take care of individuals’ needs and weaknesses. Similarly, under this setup, teachers may modify/adapt their teaching techniques according to learning styles/needs of the students.

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