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Caldwell Applied Sciences Academy

The Caldwell Applied Sciences Academy (CASA) is an innovative high school located on the campus of Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute. At CASA, high school students complete their high school course of study, declare a technical major, earn national industry credentials, prepare for postsecondary study, and graduate high school in four years with a diploma and as much as one year of college credit toward their two-year degree.

Grade Span

Grades 9-12 High School Diploma


  • High School Diploma
  • Community College Certificates available in:
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology
    • Electrical Engineering Technology
    • Computer Technology Integration
    • Medical Office Administration
  • Industry Recognized Credentials:
    • WorkKeys ACT Career Readiness Certificate
    • Autodesk Inventor Certification
    • AutoCAD Certification
    • CPR Certification
    • OSHA 10-Hour Industry Certification

Tuition and Fees

  • No cost for tuition and books for approved courses.
  • Students are responsible for paying college activity fees.

Application Process

Current Caldwell County Schools eighth grade students are eligible to apply by:

  • Completing the online application
  • Providing 2 teacher recommendations
  • Committing to the four-year high school program

Academy Programs of Study

  • Advanced Technologies Academy
  • Life Science / Biomedical Academy
  • Engineering Academy


Future Ready Core Course of Study
Career and Technical Education concentration program of study

Earning College Credit

Through our designed program pathways students have the opportunity to earn 2 semesters of college credit through their academy plan.


  • Skills USA is available to all students
  • Students may participate in athletics at their home high school
  • Community band is available to students who participated in middle school band
  • Additional activities are available based on interest


Frank Pait IV
Transition Advisor, Middle College