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.

CTE ProgramCompany NameInstructor(s)Instructor(s) Email
Automotive TechnologyBackwoods AutoMartin
Global Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementNick
Agribusiness SystemsFFALaura
AccountingValley PublishingJudy
Careers in EducationTNT (Teachers N Training)Sherri
CarpentryTimberwolf ConstructionJack
Health InformaticsWolves Health ServicesJessica
Information ManagementValley PublishingJudy
Junior Reserve Office Training Corps (JROTC)Patriotic American Leadership Specialists (PALS)LTC Damron
SFC Layne
Pre-Engineering Project Lead the WayThe Valley ProjectDavid
Baking and PastryThe Hungry Wolf CafeMarsha
Therapeutic Services (Nursing)Valley SpringsTammey
WeldingTimberwolf FabricationKevin

SVHS CTE Facility Recognitions

A West Virginia Exemplary School 


West Virginia School of Excellence


West Virginia Premier Career and Technical Education Site


SVHS CTE Student Recognitions

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)

2018 – Tre Maynard

Governor’s Workforce Credential

Graduating seniors must successfully meet the following criteria:

  1. Obtain a grade of “B” or better in the four required state-approved CTE Program of Study courses
  2. Accomplish a minimum score of 95% on the CTE portfolio
  3. Attain a verified school attendance rate of 95% or higher during the senior year
  4. Score at an elite level of 70 or higher on the industry-recognized audit
  5. Earn an industry certification that coincides with a state-approved CTE Program of Study in accordance with the West Virginia Board of Education Policy 2520.13
  6. Pass a minimum of two documented drug screenings
Past SVHS Recipients
2018 Shannon Coleman (Careers in Education)
Sunnie Hensley (ProStart)
Diana Kim (PTLW)
Elizabeth Perry (Careers in Education)
Stevee Williams (Early Childhood Education/Careers in Education)