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SECCA Grads

Congratulations to the first group of Southeastern Early College and Career Academy (SECCA) Energy students from Treutlen High School, Montgomery County High School, Toombs County High School, and Vidalia High School to finish the 3 required courses and test for their end of pathway certification in Energy: Generation, Transmission, and Distribution. The certificate is granted upon passing the Energy Industry Fundamental (EIF) exam administered by the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD).  

In 2019, Southeastern Early College and Career Academy (SECCA) began offering the Energy Pathway to high school students from Montgomery, Toombs, Treutlen and Vidalia City School Systems. The Energy: Generation, Transmission, and Distribution pathway is a CTAE career pathway of the Georgia Department of Education. 

Overall results were outstanding for SECCA’s first class (total 19 students tested) with a 79% average pass rate. The national average (colleges and high schools) is 73%, with a high school national average of 69%.

Row 1: Uriel Barbosa-Perez – Toombs, Austin Beck – Treutlen, Cale Brantley – Treutlen, Lorenzo Carreon – Montgomery, Danny Carter– Toombs, and Cameron Coleman – Montgomery

Row 2: Connor Coleman – Vidalia, James Collins – Vidalia, David Copeland– Toombs, Gavin Jackson – Vidalia, Walker McCord – Vidalia, and Mason Moxley – Vidalia

Row 3: Brannen Tatum– Toombs, Konnor Thornton – Treutlen, Cristina Tinoco– Toombs

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