The Garrett County Board of Education voted on January 12, 2021, to accept the Superintendent’s recommendation to remain in the “red model” in which students are learning virtually. Students will begin transitioning back to in-person learning when the Garrett County metrics are at 5% or less positivity rate and 15 or less per 100,000 for 14 consecutive days.

Anyone with a question or concern may contact, and you will receive a response.

There have been 1,716 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Garrett County. Current metrics from the Garrett County Health Department are: 7-Day Positivity Percentage: 15.0%; 7-Day Case Rate Per 100,000: 50.7.

Please continue to check our website and the GCPS Coronavirus Updates page for more information.

Career and Technology Education


Allied Health



Students will gain an introduction to the medical field, establish an understanding of medical terminology, and earn certification in CPR, AED and First Aid. They will learn basic anatomy, common disease processes, infection control methods, safety elements and the role of a CNA. Students will gain valuable clinical experience at local hospitals and nursing home facilities. Students can obtain a CNA or GNA licensure after completion of the course if they desire, and all requirements are met.




We are very excited to be offering this program to prepare students for careers in medicine, research, or any other health-related field.

Project Lead the Way is a national program that assists high school students in developing a strong background in science and engineering. This dynamic program uses hands-on, real world curriculum as well as field trips and internships to engage and challenge students to achieve their highest potential.



Students examine the interactions of body systems as they explore identity, communication, power, movement, protection, and homeostasis. Students design experiments, investigate the structures and functions of the human body, and use data acquisition software to monitor body functions such as muscle movement, reflex and voluntary action, and respiration. Exploring science in action, students build organs and tissues on a skeletal manikin, work through interesting real world cases and often play the role of biomedical professionals to solve medical mysteries.



In the final course of the Biomedical Sciences sequence, students build on the knowledge and skills gained from previous courses to design innovative solutions for the most pressing health challenges of the 21st century. Students address topics ranging from public health and biomedical engineering to clinical medicine and physiology. Students have the opportunity to work on an independent project with a mentor from a university, medical facility, research institution, or similar organization.