On March 8th and 9th, CHS students and faculty welcomed the CMS 8th Graders. The students toured the campus and had the chance to check out various classes, sports, programs and clubs that will be available to them in the Fall.
Is your student a current junior, sophomore, or freshmen at Caroline High School? Did you know that one of the world’s premier electrical design and systems integration firms has a plant right here in Caroline County?
M.C. Dean Incorporated has a plant no more than 5 minutes from our campus. M.C. Dean is offering our students an opportunity to participate in their accredited Electrical Apprenticeship Program while they are still in high school.
Parents of current juniors, sophomores, and freshmen: If you want to know more about the program then please attend our information session for parents on March 12th at 5 pm in the CHS Library with M.C. Dean’s David Nelson and Cavalier administration. Please see Mr. Roberts (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mr. Just (email@example.com) if you have questions about the program prior to the meetings.
Congratulations go to Isabella Romito for winning the “One To Watch” award from the Aspirations in Computing contest held by the National Center for Women and Information Technology. Isabella takes Introduction to Game Design and Development through our Virtual Virginia program. Awesome job, Isabella!!!
Our Cosmetology students met with the Virginia Department of Labor & Industry’s Miguel Granillo-Cordova and Salon23’s Jasmine Harvey-Ware to learn about Cosmetology Registered Apprenticeships.
The Virginia Registered Apprenticeship is a training system that produces highly skilled workers to meet the demands of employers competing in a global economy through a combination of on-the-job training and classroom instruction. It is a “win-win” approach to workforce development for more than 13,000 apprentices (employees) throughout the Commonwealth. The students also learned about other available Registered Apprenticeships.