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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 Program

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

  • Culinary Arts Creation

    Culinary Arts

    Mrs. Hilliard's culinary arts students were asked to take home a box of ingredients and come up with an original creation.

  • New Sander for Carpentry and Cabinet-Making

    Carpentry and Cabinet-Making Classes at CHS

    The Powermatic Sander Drum was recently purchased for the carpentry and cabinet-making classes at CHS. It is used to sand tabletops up to 44" after they have been glued. It will remove plane ripples from wide boards and leaves a smooth surface so it will be a better-finished product. The sander will be used when making cabinets, tables or glue-up wide boards for a project.

  • Computer Programning is Fun!

    Bringing Computer Science to Central High School-Volunteers Needed

    Dear Parent/Guardian, Central High School has an exciting opportunity to offer computer science again next year. We are investing in our students by continuing our partnership with Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS to offer Programming I and Programming II. As a TEALS partner school, Central High School needs technical volunteers to team-teach this course with our teacher. Central High School will hold the course first period, allowing volunteers to go to work after volunteering. If you work in tech and would be interested in making a difference in our students’ future success, please contact Karen McGrath, CTE Coordinator via email karen.mcgrath@k12lcps.org or apply at Microsoft.com/TEALS. Please forward this to technical industry professionals in your network. You can read more about the TEALS Program on their website at Microsoft.com/TEALS. Thank you, Patricia Clary, Principal

  • 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.

  • Micro-credential course in Major Clarity

    General Employability and Soft Skills Course

    Mrs. McGrath's Intro. to Marketing classes are taking a micro-credential course through Major Clarity.

  • Culinary Students are in the Kitchen

    Culinary Students are in the Kitchen

    High School students are enjoying Culinary Arts! They are learning about nutrition, food safety and meal preparation. Mrs. Hilliard, Culinary instructor, and students are pictured baking cookies.

  • Culinary Arts Creation

    Culinary Arts

    Mrs. Hilliard's culinary arts students were asked to take home a box of ingredients and come up with an original creation.

  • New Sander for Carpentry and Cabinet-Making

    Carpentry and Cabinet-Making Classes at CHS

    The Powermatic Sander Drum was recently purchased for the carpentry and cabinet-making classes at CHS. It is used to sand tabletops up to 44" after they have been glued. It will remove plane ripples from wide boards and leaves a smooth surface so it will be a better-finished product. The sander will be used when making cabinets, tables or glue-up wide boards for a project.

  • Computer Programning is Fun!

    Bringing Computer Science to Central High School-Volunteers Needed

    Dear Parent/Guardian, Central High School has an exciting opportunity to offer computer science again next year. We are investing in our students by continuing our partnership with Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS to offer Programming I and Programming II. As a TEALS partner school, Central High School needs technical volunteers to team-teach this course with our teacher. Central High School will hold the course first period, allowing volunteers to go to work after volunteering. If you work in tech and would be interested in making a difference in our students’ future success, please contact Karen McGrath, CTE Coordinator via email karen.mcgrath@k12lcps.org or apply at Microsoft.com/TEALS. Please forward this to technical industry professionals in your network. You can read more about the TEALS Program on their website at Microsoft.com/TEALS. Thank you, Patricia Clary, Principal

  • 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.