Today kicked off the first day of an apprenticeship program for Caroline High School students at the M.C. Dean Facility in Caroline County. Six students working with Mr. Archie Roberts’ Carpentry Program are visiting the M.C. Dean Facility on a weekly basis to begin learning about the Electrician Trade under David Nelson. Students worked with Mr. Roberts on numerous afternoons after school this past fall to earn the opportunity to be involved with M.C. Dean. Caroline High School would like to thank Mr. Roberts at CHS and David Nelson as well as the rest of the M.C. Dean Staff for giving our students this opportunity!!!!
To Cavalier Nation:
Due to the weather issues, the Industry Certification Project Graduation Remediation Program for this week will be rescheduled for January 23rd through the January 25th after school. Students will report to the red cafeteria at 3 pm. Please contact Mr. Just if you have questions at email@example.com or 804-633-9886.
Students involved with the FFA Club under the guidance of Mr. Hunter Gravatt earned 1st place at the Tractor Troubleshooting team competition and the small engines team placed first at the federation and will go to area championships in April 2018.
Sophomore Aiden Hall wanted to master all of the Microsoft Office Specialist certifications available at Caroline High School. Through his dedication to the GMetrix program, he was able to achieve his Microsoft Office Specialist Master Certification. This level of expertise required that he pass the following Microsoft Office 2016 certification exams: PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Outlook, Expert Word and Expert Excel.
The CTE Open House at Caroline High School was a success and the Administration would like to thank the CTE teachers, Germanna CC, M.C. Dean, the Caroline County Fire Department, and parents for supporting this event.
Caroline High School recent graduate, Victoria Holtzman, competed at the TSA (Technology Students Association) National Competition this past weekend in Orlando, FLA. Caroline High School CTE Teacher, Mr. Neil Black, also attended the event to support Victoria at the competition. Congratulations to both Victoria and Mr. Black for making it to Nationals for TSA!
Victoria Holtzman finished 2nd at the TSA (Technical Students Association) State of Virginia Competition this past weekend.
Victoria has qualified for the National Competition that will place this June in Orlando, FLA. Great job Victoria and Mr. Black!!!!
Caroline High School would like to wish Victoria Holtzman and Mr. Black good luck as she competes at the TSA state competition this weekend in Hampton, VA.
Congratulations to Justin San Nicolas for placing 2nd and Devin Cassell for placing 3rd at the Skills USA Small Engines State Championship this past weekend. Great Job Mr. Anderson!!!!
Good Luck to the following students that will represent Chef Jazz and the Caroline County Culinary Arts Academy at the FCCLA Competition in Virginia Beach this week:
3 Man Cooking Teams — Nseya Gill, Tyler Norris, and Justin Williams