Our School

                                               The College and Career Academy at Pruden       
The College and Career Academy at Pruden (CCAP) formerly named The Pruden Center for Industry and Technology was established in 1970. The late Peter DeWitt Pruden, a philanthropist and native of Suffolk, VA was responsible for the inception of what was previously known as a Regional Vocational Center, serving, Isle of Wight County, City of Franklin, and City of Suffolk, VA., and is now known as Career and Technical Educations Center. CCAP currently serves high school 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade students enrolled in King’s Fork, Lakeland, and Nansemond River High Schools.
                                             
                                                      Mission Statement
The mission of The College and Career Academy at Pruden is to provide students with career opportunities designed to promote personal and professional development, lifelong learning experiences, and enhanced quality of life via career and technical instruction for preparation and integration into the global economic community.

                                                      Vision Statement
It is the vision of The College and Career Academy at Pruden to provide a rigorous program of studies to prepare students for success in a global economy through the attainment of high-standard credentials, workplace readiness skills, and applied learning.

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                                                       Skilled to Soar!