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  • For the 2020 school year, there are 10 vocational public middle schools in Alabama.
  • Vocational schools offer a series of courses which directly prepare individuals in paid or unpaid employment in jobs that have requirements other than a baccalaureate or advanced degree.

Top Alabama Vocational Public Middle Schools (2020)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Bullock County Career Technical Center Vocational School
    304 Blackmon Ave E
    Union Springs, AL 36089
    (334)738-4370

    Grades: 8-12 | n/a students
  • Cherokee County Career Technology Center Vocational School
    600 Bay Springs Rd
    Centre, AL 35960
    (256)927-5351

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
  • Cleburne County Career Technical School Vocational School
    11200 Highway 46
    Heflin, AL 36264
    (256)748-2961

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
  • Crenshaw County Area Vocational Vocational School
    183 Votec Dr
    Luverne, AL 36049
    (334)335-6519

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
  • Cullman City Career Technical Vocational School
    301 First Street Ne
    Cullman, AL 35055
    (256)734-2233

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
  • Dallas County Career Technical Center Vocational School
    1306 Roosevelt Ave
    Selma, AL 36701
    (334)872-8031

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
  • Elba Area Vocational School Vocational School
    371 Tiger Dr
    Elba, AL 36323
    (334)897-2266

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
  • Haleyville Center Of Technology Vocational School
    2007 20th St
    Haleyville, AL 35565
    (205)486-9481

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
  • Troypike Center For Technology Vocational School
    285 Gibbs St
    Troy, AL 36081
    (334)566-5395

    Grades: 8-12 | n/a students
  • Washington County Career Technical Center Vocational School
    16478 St Stephens Avenue
    Chatom, AL 36518
    (251)847-2040

    Grades: 7-12 | n/a students
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