• Dear LCTC Community, 

    I hope this letter finds you all in the best of spirits and ready for an exciting new academic year. It is with
    immense pleasure and a sense of honor that I introduce myself as the new principal of the Livonia
    Career Technical Center. 

    This year will mark my 17th year in Career and Technical Education. My career began with Bedford Public
    Schools where I taught marketing education for three years before joining the Livonia Public Schools
    community. In my tenure at Livonia Public Schools, I taught business and marketing at both Stevenson
    and Churchill High Schools. I spent the last seven years teaching the fashion merchandising program at
    the Livonia Career Technical Center. This past spring, I served as the acting principal for LCTC. Prior to
    starting my career in education, I attended Eastern Michigan University where I received both my
    bachelor’s degree in business management and marketing education and my master’s degree in K-12
    Educational Leadership. 

    Outside of school, I am blessed with a wonderful family. My husband and I have been married since
    2011 and we have three wonderful children. In my free time, I enjoy running, cooking, family, and
    cheering my kids on at their many sporting events. 

    We have so much to be excited about at LCTC this year. Our bond renovations are almost complete, and
    we are excited to share the new learning environment with our students, including our new medical
    simulation lab. Our programs provide students with work-based learning and leadership experiences
    through business partnerships throughout the community. All our CTE programs will be offering college
    credit opportunities through articulation agreements along with a majority of our programs offering
    industry-standard credentials students can obtain. 

    Throughout my career in education, I have been deeply passionate about career and technical
    education. I firmly believe that equipping students with hands-on skills and real-world experiences is
    crucial in preparing them to thrive in a rapidly evolving job market. With this dedication in mind, I am
    committed to upholding and further enhancing the outstanding programs and opportunities offered at

    Education is collaborative, and I look forward to partnering with staff, parents, and the community to
    provide our students with the best possible learning experience. As we begin this school year, let us
    work hand in hand to create a learning community that empowers each student to reach their fullest

    Lindsay Gray
    Principal, Livonia Cereer Technical Center