Schools closed through April 30, 2020
For access to the Chromebook Portal (with a link to Clever) please use this link.
The mission of the Fred P. Hamilton Career Center, in partnership with the home and community, is to enable students to become socially responsible citizens and life long learners in a global society.


New Hamilton Career Center & Technology Center Renderings

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Click on the link above to access the programs and courses offered for the 2020-2021 school year.  

SDOC Career Clusters

Students choose a career cluster and a major by the 10th grade year.  The SDOC offers courses in 13 career clusters with state and national certification opportunities in many areas.  Career goals should be considered when choosing a cluster and major, and course selection should reflect those goals.  


Press Releases
  • Drive Smart Drive Smart is a driving course, taught by the SDOC School Resource Officers, that all students must take prior to driving and parking on one of our campuses. This four ...
    Posted May 23, 2019, 7:45 AM by DANIELLE IVEY
  • Transition to the Real World Garden Project Sale The TRW class at HCC is hosting a Garden Project Sale.  The classes are constructing several items perfect for gardens and patios in the upcoming spring season.  Offerings include a ...
    Posted Mar 19, 2019, 7:38 AM by DANIELLE IVEY
  • Senior Job Fair On Tuesday, April 9, the SDOC, in partnership with the Oconee Economic Alliance, will sponsor a job fair for Oconee’s seniors.  The job fair will be held at Foothills ...
    Posted Feb 22, 2019, 8:02 AM by DANIELLE IVEY
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We envision that all students:
  • are responsible…are ethical…and come from a well-nurtured home.
  • become involved in and care about their community.
  • are physically and emotionally ready to learn.
  • will have access to on-line computer services.
  • graduate as program completers.
  • participate in leadership events.
  • attend school 180 days a year.
  • have a strong desire to learn.
  • are well behaved.
  • have knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for success.
We envision a school:
  • where monetary resources are being applied to progressive, innovative programs that enhance technology.
  • where students will be provided the resources which allow them to achieve their maximum potential.
  • with greater community/business cooperation with apprenticeships and school-to-work programs.
  • where we can expand programs to meet the needs of the academically disadvantaged to enhance their future employability.
  • where all individuals strive to achieve their maximum potential.
  • where all individuals are respected.
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