The Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) is now accepting applications for the next cohort of students to begin their studies in the 21-22 academic year. The CFI is currently completing its 6th year of successful operations as a Career & Technical Education (CTE) school that provides college and career preparation for students in the following program areas, Media Arts Technology (MAT), Computer Information Technology (CIT), Industrial Maintenance Technology (IMT), Engineering Technology (ENG), and Allied Health Science (AHS).
“We are so very proud of our students and especially those that have completed our programs of study and since made a successful transition from high school to the world of work and college,” said Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal. Many former students are now working in advanced manufacturing, media communications, and healthcare settings, as well as others who have continued their studies at various postsecondary institutions. We offer English and mathematics courses to include traditional courses, honors courses, Advanced Placement courses, and various dual credit college courses. Students that complete their program of study are eligible to earn industry-recognized career-ready certification. Qualified students may also participate in compensated work-based learning opportunities with local employers in their program area.
To submit your application, click on the Google link provided and submit using your Laurel County student email account. For more information, call the CFI at