The Choctaw County Career and Technology Center serves students in grades nine through twelve. The Center offers six career and technical skills programs.

Agricultural and Environmental Science and Technology (Roy Loggins, Instructor) covers the broad field of occupations related to the production and use of plants and animals for food, fiber, aesthetic, and environmental purposes. FFA is the student organization for AEST.

Agricultural Power Machinery Operations (Dudley Vance, Instructor) is an instructional program designed to provide basic skills for students to become employed in the industry of agricultural power mechanics or to continue their education in post-secondary institutions. FFA is the student organization for Agricultural Power Machinery.

Construction/Carpentry (Robert Black, Instructor) helps students develop the knowledge and skills needed to secure entry-level employment in carpentry, brick masonry, plumbing, electrical wiring, and related areas in the construction industry. Students who complete this program may earn NCCER certification. SkillsUSA is the student organization for this program.

Culinary Arts (Ashley Fondren, Instructor) emphasizes real-world, hands-on practice of food preparation experiences that will prepare students for employment or continuing education in the foodservice industry. Students who complete this program may take the National ProStart Certificate of Achievement exam. This is a national certification program recognized throughout the foodservice industry. SkillsUSA is the student organization for this program.

Healthcare and Clinical Sciences (Shirlianne Stirewalt, Instructor) introduces students to careers available in the healthcare field, basic anatomy and physiology, and basic patient care skills. HOSA is the student organization for Health Sciences.

Sports Medicine (Bill Johnson, Instructor) introduces students to a variety of careers available in the area of Sports Medicine (physical therapists, occupational therapists, sports trainers, etc.). HOSA is also the student organization for Sports Medicine.

Each of the six programs at CCCTC offers high school credit to students as well as an opportunity to participate in various student organizations that enhance leadership and performance opportunities.

CCCTC serves all students residing in Choctaw County and works cooperatively with both Choctaw County High School and French Camp Academy to prepare students for continued post-secondary education, their chosen career field, or the military.