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

Hi readers! In this post, I’ve compiled a list of best vocational schools in South 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 South Carolina

Best Public & Private Vocational Schools in South Carolina for 2022



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1Abbeville County Career Center1012100 Old Calhoun Falls HighwayAbbeville
2Academy For Arts/Science/Technology0912895 International DriveMyrtle Beach
3Academy for Careers and Technology09122697 East Highway 76Mullins
4Academy for Technology and Academics09125639 Highway 701 NorthConway
5Aiken County Career Center10122455 Jefferson Davis HighwayWarrenville
6Anderson Institute of Technology0912315 Pearman Dairy RoadAnderson
7Applied Technology Center09122399 West Main StreetRock Hill
8Barnwell County Career Center09125214 Reynolds RoadBlackville
9Beaufort-Jasper Academy for Career Excellence101280 Lowcountry DriveRidgeland
10Career and Technology Center of Anderson 1 & 20912702 Belton HighwayWilliamston
11Center for Advanced Technical Studies0912916 Mount Vernon Church RoadChapin
12Chester County Career Center09121324 J. A. Cochran BypassChester
13Cope Area Career Center09126052 Slab Landing RoadCope
14Daniel Morgan Technology Center0912201 Zion Hill RoadSpartanburg
15Darlington County Institute of Technology0912160 Pinedale DriveDarlington
16Dillon County Applied Technology Center0912P.O. Box 1130Dillon
17Donaldson Career Center0912100 Vocational DriveGreenville
18Dorchester Career and Technology Center0912507 School House RoadDorchester
19Dr. Gilbert G. Woolard Technology Center091270 Innovation LaneCamden
20Enoree Career Center0912108 Scalybark RoadGreenville
21F. E. Dubose Career Center09123351 Sumter HighwayManning
22Fairfield Career and Technology Center0912790 US Highway 321 NorthWinnsboro
23Florence Career Center0912126 East Howe Springs RoadFlorence
24Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center0912275 Alexander Love HighwayYork
25Fred P. Hamilton Career Center0912100 Vocational DriveSenaca
26G. Frank Russell Technology Center0912601 East Northside DriveGreenwood
27Golden Strip Career and Technology Center09121120 East Butler RoadGreenville
28H. B. Swofford Career Center10125620 Highway 11Inman
29Hemingway Career and Technology Center09121593 Hemingway HighwayHemingway
30Institute of Innovation0912175 Campus DriveGaffney
31J. Harley Bonds Career Center0912505 North Main StreetGreer
32Lancaster County School District Career Center0912625 Normandy RoadLancaster
33Lee County Career and Technology Center09121804 Wisacky HighwayBishopville
34Lexington Technology Center09122421 Augusta HighwayLexington
35Lexington Two Innovation Center0912509 Bulldog BoulevardCayce
36Newberry County Career Center09123413 Main StreetNewberry
37Orangeburg Consolidated School District Five Technology Cent09123720 Magnolia StreetOrangeburg
38Pickens County Career and Technology Center0912990 Chastain RoadLiberty
39R. D. Anderson Applied Technology Center0912P.O. Box 248Moore
40Samuel A. Heyward Career and Technology Center09123560 Lynhaven DriveColumbia
41Strom Thurmond Career and Technology Center091217 Par DriveJohnston
42Sumter Career and Technology Center09122612 McCray’s Mill RoadSumter
43Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center09121069 Thunderbolt RoadWalterboro
44Union County Career and Technology Center09121165 Lakeside DriveUnion


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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