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Central High School has a great Career and Technical Education program that offers students a wide variety of opportunities.

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  • CTE

    CTE Program

    Central High School has a great Career and Technical Education program that offers students a wide variety of opportunities.

  • Central Garden Distribution

    Work Based Learning Opportunity -Paid Internship

    Central Garden & Pet/Pennington Seed is currently looking for qualified Central High School Seniors who are interested in a paid work-based learning opportunity to include online learning, job shadowing, and hands-on learning. Please contact Mrs. McGrath via email at karen.mcgrath@k12lcps.org for more details.

  • Student interviews for intership with Lunenburg Animal Control

    Work Based Learning

    Student interviews for an internship with Lunenburg Animal Control.

  • Internship Opportunity

    Internship Opportunity for 11th and 12th Graders at CHS

    Internships are valuable experiences that cannot only help students develop work skills, but can build a positive network of references and lead to full-time employment. The Lunenburg County Administration Office is looking for a current 11th or 12th-grade student at Central High School who is motivated and willing to learn the behind-the-scenes tasks of this office. Students must possess a positive attitude, the ability to be a team player, flexibility, organizational skills, self-motivation, the ability to speak and type adequately and effectively while using correct grammar, and possess proficient computer skills. If interested, please contact Mrs. McGrath at karen.mcgrath@k12lcps.org or stop by room 32 at CHS to apply.

  • Lunenburg County Animal Control

    Lunenburg County Animal Control Internship

    Lunenburg County Animal Control is looking for a current 11th or 12th-grade student at Central High School who is motivated and willing to perform manual tasks in the afternoons and on the weekends at the Lunenburg Animal Shelter. Students must be reliable and self-motivated. The daily tasks include: feeding dogs and cats, changing litter boxes, cleaning kennels, and walking some of the dogs deemed docile. *Students are required to have a driver’s license and reliable transportation to and from the internship. If interested, please contact Mrs. McGrath at karen.mcgrath@k12lcps.org or stop by room 32 at CHS to apply. ormation can be added here

  • Dual Enrollment Nursing Students

    Dual Enrollment Nursing Students

    Nursing students learn about PPE and protecting themselves from infectious diseases.

  • Culinary Students Prepare for Coffee Shop Grand Opening

    Culinary Arts Students

    Culinary Arts students are preparing for the grand opening of their coffee shop next week by preparing donuts and biscotti.

  • Culinary

    Biscotti Prep

    Culinary Students are making final preparations for the Coffee Shop grand opening next week - this is a school-based enterprise that will count as a WBL experience.

  • Coast Guard

    U.S. Coast Guard Visits CHS

    MSTC Matt Lilly visited CHS this week to discuss careers in the Coast Guard and the benefits of working in the military.

  • School Store

    School-Based Enterprise-CHS School Store

    Marketing students build displays for merchandise sold at the School Store. Students in all 4 marketing classes run a school-based enterprise during lunches at CHS. Students use class time to take inventory, design and order merchandise, set up pricing and design displays. The school store not only sells school supplies but also Charger gear and spirit items such as foam fingers and pom poms.

  • Central Garden Distribution

    Work Based Learning Opportunity -Paid Internship

    Central Garden & Pet/Pennington Seed is currently looking for qualified Central High School Seniors who are interested in a paid work-based learning opportunity to include online learning, job shadowing, and hands-on learning. Please contact Mrs. McGrath via email at karen.mcgrath@k12lcps.org for more details.

  • Student interviews for intership with Lunenburg Animal Control

    Work Based Learning

    Student interviews for an internship with Lunenburg Animal Control.

  • Internship Opportunity

    Internship Opportunity for 11th and 12th Graders at CHS

    Internships are valuable experiences that cannot only help students develop work skills, but can build a positive network of references and lead to full-time employment. The Lunenburg County Administration Office is looking for a current 11th or 12th-grade student at Central High School who is motivated and willing to learn the behind-the-scenes tasks of this office. Students must possess a positive attitude, the ability to be a team player, flexibility, organizational skills, self-motivation, the ability to speak and type adequately and effectively while using correct grammar, and possess proficient computer skills. If interested, please contact Mrs. McGrath at karen.mcgrath@k12lcps.org or stop by room 32 at CHS to apply.

  • Lunenburg County Animal Control

    Lunenburg County Animal Control Internship

    Lunenburg County Animal Control is looking for a current 11th or 12th-grade student at Central High School who is motivated and willing to perform manual tasks in the afternoons and on the weekends at the Lunenburg Animal Shelter. Students must be reliable and self-motivated. The daily tasks include: feeding dogs and cats, changing litter boxes, cleaning kennels, and walking some of the dogs deemed docile. *Students are required to have a driver’s license and reliable transportation to and from the internship. If interested, please contact Mrs. McGrath at karen.mcgrath@k12lcps.org or stop by room 32 at CHS to apply. ormation can be added here