Career and Technical Education

Contact information for the SVHS Career and Technical Center:

1640 Spring Valley Drive
Huntington, WV 25704
Ph. 304-429-7277
Fax 304-429-7244

SVHS CTE  Mission Statement

The mission of the Spring Valley Career & Technical Education Center is to challenge and support students within various career fields so they are able to exceed academic and industrial standards.

Simulated Workplace

The West Virginia Department of Education has worked with committee experts from numerous businesses and industries throughout West Virginia to design Simulated Workplace. This new educational initiative has been created to assist schools in implementing workplace environmental protocols that align with West Virginia workforce requirements, including random drug testing, professionalism, attendance and safety. Simulated Workplace has not only enhanced instructional delivery of career education, but has created a more engaged career and technical student. The simulated workplace environment permits students the opportunity to take ownership of their individual performance as it impacts the overall success of their education, while thriving in an authentic workplace culture. Simulated Workplace also encourages local business and industry experts to join onsite review teams to assist schools in meeting their workforce needs and expectations.

Simulated Workplace Protocols

  • Student Led Companies
  • Application/Interview Structure
  • Formal Attendance System
  • Drug Free Work Zones
  • 5S Environment
  • Safe Work Areas
  • Workplace Teams
  • Project-Based Learning/Student Engagement
  • Company Name and Handbook
  • Company Meetings
  • Onsite Business Reviews
  • Accountability (data review, reporting, technical assessments)

 

Accounting Industrial Electrical Control System
Automotive technology Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
Careers In Education Pre-Engineering Project Lead The Way
Carpentry Pro-Start Restaurant Management
 Agribusiness Systems Therapeutic Services- Health Occupations
Global Logistics Welding
Health Informatics
Named a West Virginia Exemplary School 
  • 2008-2009
  • 2009-2010
  • 2010-2011
  • 2011-2012

West Virginia School of Excellence 2010 

West Virginia Premier Career and Technical Education Site 2014

 

Albert Yanni Scholarship

The Albert Yanni Scholarship provides provides high quality career and technical education students (CTE) an opportunity to pursue advanced education and/or training related to their career aspirations.   Scholarships of $2,000 each will be awarded to students selected by a committee of West Virginia Department of Education personnel.  Applications selected must present proof that they have maintained their eligibility requirements before awards are presented.  

Recent SVHS Albert Yanni Scholars

2011 – Kate Nash (Health Occupations)

2012 – Paxton O’Bryan (Health Occupations)

2012 – Alexis Parsons (JROTC)

2015 – Carlie McCoy (JROTC)

2016 – Joshua Blatt (Project Lead the Way) and Lakin Bailey (Therapeutic Services)

2017 – Syerra Wilson (JROTC) and Makenzie Phelps (Careers in Education)