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    Welcome to the Lincoln County School of Technology! Our school houses the CTE courses that are not available at all of the four high schools, giving the students a central location to take these specialized courses.  We offer Nursing, Automotive, Computer Programming, Firefighting Technology, Drafting (Engineering and Architecture), Carpentry, Adobe Academy, and Multimedia and Web Page Design.  Our courses are open to 10th - 12th graders at the four Lincoln County high schools. 

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New Course Offerings

New Classes at LCST

Due to high student interest in gaming and future career possibilities, LCST will offer the CTE-sponsored Scientific and Technical Visualization I course in Fall 2015 and the subsequent course, Game Art Design/Advanced Game Art Design, in Spring 2016. LCST and LCS, through the evaluation of high-interest courses and increased career possibilities, continues to seek ways to connect high school education, students interest, and future careers. 

TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Cindy Bailey  
Mrs. Cynthia Bailey
Mrs. Bailey teaches Health Science II here at LCST.  She has been teaching in Lincoln county for ten years. She is a San Francisco native and graduate of University of San Francisco with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Prior to teaching she worked at a children's hospital in northern California in their Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Post Anesthesia Care Unit for seventeen years.  She also worked many years in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in a PACU and in a private plastic surgical practice for five years. She enjoys the great outdoors here in North Carolina and is a NCSU Wolfpack fan!
 
 
 CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
LCST and Asbury Academy 
Marty Bland  
Mr. Marty Bland 
Mr. Bland graduated from North Gaston High School and received his Machinist Diploma from Gaston College. He worked at Lowe's in Lincolnton for 15 years mostly in the Flooring, Electrical and Plumbing departments. He started working at East Lincoln Middle School as a night custodian, but wanted to spend more time with his children so he switched to daytime. In September 2015 he transferred to Asbury and in January 2016 to LCST.
 
 
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