- Direct Enrollment is coming to Germanna Community College this fall. It will mean many changes in how students are placed into classes. In math, students will be placed into one of three classes based upon their high school GPA, performance on past aptitude tests, and will also, in some cases, allow students to self-place into their courses. English class placement is similar. This affects students entering Germanna in Fall 2020. Degrees have also changed with reduced requirements. Summer classes are open for registration now. Fall classes registration opens April 1. See your Career Coach to see where you fit. Sign up here to see the Career Coach.
- Did you know that Workforce offers online courses that students can take at their convenience and many lead to career advancing credentials? These courses are instructor-led by experts in their fields and provide high quality, in-demand training and credentialing in Business, IT, Health Care, Industry, Construction and more. Popular examples of our online offerings include Basic CompTiA A + Certification Prep, Certificate in Project Management, Business Management and Organizational Leadership with CAPM, Medical Billing and Coding Career Prep and the Basics of Bookkeeping. To explore our many online offerings, visit https://germanna.augusoft.net/ and click on “Online Classes” in the menu. Your Career Coach can assist you in registering for these classes. Sign up here to see the Career Coach.
- Germanna Open House. Saturday, April 4 from 8:30 am–1 pm. Find out why we’re the #1 community college in Virginia. Get more information, meet our faculty and staff and take a campus tour. Register here.
If you signed up to take the Automotive I class next year, you will need to complete an application. Applications can be found in the main office with Ms. Minor or outside Mr. Anderson’s classroom, A02.
Completed applications are to be turned in to Ms. Minor by March 6th. If you have any questions please see Mr. Anderson or your School Counselor.
This past Friday, Mr. Chris Anderson and the CTE Department hosted a Skills USA event at Caroline High School. Several CHS students participated in the competitions.
Mr. Archie Roberts (Carpentry) and Mr. Neal Black (Technical Drawing) received the Garland Gravatt Community Service Award this past Monday Night at the Timbers Restaurant. The award was presented to both for their leadership of CHS students and through helping the students to design and build houses for the Caroline County Habitat for Humanity. .