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Lancaster County Career & Technology Center is at the forefront of “college and career readiness.” With over 50 programs representing high-priority occupations throughout Lancaster County, CTC fulfills the need for workers in high-skill, high-wage, high-demand areas. Why choose LCCTC? »

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Higher Education/Adult

In addition to more than 40 full-time certificate and/or short-term programs, LCCTC offers Specialized Associate Degree Programs. We’ll help you get where you want to go!


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High School

Offering over 50 career programs, LCCTC continues to meet the needs of business and industry. We have over 100 articulation agreements with institutions of higher learning for the students pursuing post-secondary education.


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Students Say

“I’m happy that I went through the Medical Assistant program... Now, I am a Certified Medical Assistant with a full-time job.” – Rey Lasanta, Medical Assistant program


Upcoming Events

  1. Jun 4
  2. Jun 12

    Offices Closed- Summer Hours

    June 12

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    Every week until August 21, 2015

  3. Jun 17

    Practical Nursing Open House

    June 17 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Health Sciences Campus

  4. Jun 19

    Offices Closed- Summer Hours

    June 19

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    Every week until August 21, 2015

  5. Jun 25

    JOC Meeting

    June 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Brownstown Campus

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Did you know LCCTC. . .

  • Features high school and postsecondary partnerships, enabling clear pathways to certifications and degrees
  • Integrates career and technical education with academics in a rigorous and relevant curriculum
  • Prepares students to be college- and career-ready by providing core academic skills, employability skills and technical, job-specific skills

Open for Business

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    Cosmetology Salon

    The LCCTC Cosmetology Salons offer high quality services at a discount price to the general public in order to provide our students with valuable real-world experience. Our Summer Program begins June 16th. Call now for appointments. Learn more
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    CTC Pet Grooming

    The Vet Assistant program located at the Willow Street Campus offers grooming services to the public for all breeds of cats and dogs. Learn more
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    Dr. Curley Early Childhood Training Institute

    Located at our Mount Joy Campus, the Dr. Curley Early Childhood Training Institute provides Infant, Toddler and Preschool Programming in partnership with Hildebrandt Learning Centers. Learn more
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    Driver Education Training

    Online classroom instruction is available, with an optional 6-hours of 'Behind-the-Wheel' Instructor training. Learn more
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    Infusions Bake Shop

    After enjoying a fabulous meal in the Infusions Restaurant, finish it off with a tasty treat prepared by the students in our Mount Joy Campus' Baking & Pastry program. We also provide take-out service. Contact us if you are in need of a cake or pastries for a special occasion. Learn more
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    Infusions Catering

    Having a party, shower, or other family event – let us take care of the cooking. We offer a wide selection of foods and desserts for pick-up or we can cater the event for you. Learn more
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    Infusions Restaurant

    The Infusions Restaurant, located in the Mount Joy Campus, is open to the public on Tuesday for High Tea and serves a prix fixe menu Thursday and Friday during the school year.* (See Restaurant Policies for more information) Come in and enjoy one of our outstanding student-prepared meals. Last days of service for the 2014-15 school year: Infusions Restaurant May 15th & High Tea May 19th. Learn more

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Recent News

Pink Glove Dance

The Medical Administrative Assistant class recently finished editing this year’s production of “The Pink Glove Dance.” Many of the students, faculty & staff at the Willow Street campus were involved in this year’s recording. MAA Instructor Holly Maisano would like . . . More »

Congratulations Class of 2015

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On Tuesday, May 26, 2015, Lancaster County Career & Technology Center held our Annual Certificate & Awards Ceremonies. LCCTC seniors were presented with a certificate of achievement and outstanding student performance was recognized with special school and business & industry . . . More »

2015 National Technical Honor Society Induction Ceremonies Held


Lancaster County Career & Technology Center recently held three campus induction ceremonies to induct students into the National Technical Honor Society. The mission of the National Technical Honor Society is to honor student achievement and leadership in career and technical . . . More »

Annual Excess Equipment Auction


Our annual excess equipment auction is now live and closes in 2 weeks. Lawn Care Equipment, Kitchen Items, and More: Cooler Doors, Lawn Care Equipment, Kitchen Items, Meat Tenderizer, Saws, Tree Spade, Tractor, Tool Boxes, and More from Lancaster County . . . More »

Welding Students Compete in AWS Competition


The American Welding Society (AWS), Reading Section, held its annual welding competition at the Lebanon County CTC. The contest had 3 levels that students could compete in. On April 24, 2015, an Awards Banquet was held to recognize the winners . . . More »

Congratulations Class 139!

Class 139

Congratulations to the 42 students who graduated from the Practical Nursing program Class 139 on Friday, April 17, 2015.  The following students received awards:  Perfect Attendance, Jason Clement, from Lancaster County Academy; Service Award, Chad Ziolkowski, Class President, from Ephrata Senior . . . More »

Scholarship Deadlines


As the end of the school year quickly approaches, we would like to remind students of opportunities for scholarships for post-secondary education. For additional information on available scholarships, students should contact their LCCTC campus school counselor and their sending school guidance office. The . . . More »

Farm to School Grant Project

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Students from the Brownstown Culinary Cluster took part in the planting of herbs and vegetables as part of the LCCTC’s Farm-to-School Mini-Grant project. Grant funding was made available from the Pennsylvania Department of Education Division of Food and Nutrition through a collaboration . . . More »