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Our Administration

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Superintendent - Tony Huffman

Welcome to Washington County Career Center – where we inspire and empower all to dream, believe, and achieve great things! In both high school and postsecondary programming, students here engage in hands-on training, earn industry-recognized credentials, and prepare for the world of work in opportunities locally and nationwide. As a county-wide career center for high school students, our campus is a wonderful place where juniors and seniors are treated with respect. Various student-life activities throughout the year, a vast offering of college-credit-plus, and home to many home-school valedictorians each year, WCCC is proud to be an academic standout all while successfully preparing young adults for postsecondary education and/or to successfully enter the workforce or military after graduation. On the Adult Tech side, we are proud to offer both Ohio and West Virginia residents in-state tuition. We pride ourselves on making postsecondary education affordable. Many federal, state, and local grants are available to those who qualify to pay for training. We boast an outstanding graduation and employment rate and enjoy a close tie to business and industry both in programming and in customized training. Come check out for yourself all the good things happening at Washington County Career Center!

Anthony M. Huffman Ed.D. - Superintendent

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Secondary Director - Michael Elliott

Welcome to Washington County Career Center. We are pleased that you have taken the time to visit our site. The staff at the Career Center is happy to have the opportunity to provide our students quality career technical and academic options. Students in our fifteen career technical programs are able to develop skills and knowledge in a hands-on, active learning environment. These skills ensure success for our students as they enter the work force, college, or both. We are proud to offer quality educational experiences in a caring school setting. Please feel free to contact any of us if you are interested in obtaining “an education that matters”.

Michael Elliott - Secondary Director

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Adult Technical Training Director - Evan Schaad

For over fifty years, our Adult Technical Training Division has been providing “Hands on Training That Works!” to serve the economy of the Mid-Ohio Valley. Our current Adult Technical Training offerings include short-term medical certificate programs, workforce ready industrial programming, and customized training for employers. Our outstanding staff members have developed partnerships with business and industry leaders to design programs of study that meet the changing needs of today’s economy. We strive to provide our regional economy with a prepared and professional workforce.
We continue to offer our oldest program, Agribusiness Planning & Analysis, to serve our vital agriculture community. Our assessment center offers a wide array of testing for certifications and employment. The Aspire Program offers a variety of options for adults seeking a diploma. Many of our hands-on training programs contain articulation and transfer options for students who want to consider additional educational opportunities. Please contact us today!

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Secondary Assistant Director - Tim Kilpatrick

Thank you for your interest in the Washington County Career Center. Please explore the website to find out how The Career Center can brighten your future through career-tech skill building and academic education. Our graduates have more opportunities because of the hands-on training and certifications earned here at The Career Center. Our staff has expertise in the fields we teach and use up-to-date technology and equipment to train our students. Our Mission is to prepare all career-bound students for life-long learning through quality academic education and technical literacy.

Students are residents of the six Washington County school district: Belpre, Fort Frye, Frontier, Marietta, Warren and Wolf Creek. Participation in home school activities is strongly encouraged. Individually, students will always be Eagles, Cadets, Cougars, Tigers, Warriors and Wildcats. Through hands-on training, project based learning, team activities, and involvement in various clubs, students collectively become The Career Center. Being Ready, Respectful, and Responsible is The Career Center Way. If this path feels right to you, please come join us!

Tim Kilpatrick - Secondary Assistant Director

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Treasurer - Joseph O. Crone

The Washington County Career Center staff takes seriously our responsibility to train all our high school and post secondary students for their individual careers. Students at the Washington County Career Center develop life-long relationships with their peers, staff and industry partners. We take great pride in working with our industry partners allowing us to offer up-to-date technology in our learning environment. If you are reading this message for the first time and have not experienced one of our programs, don’t delay and enroll today!

Joseph O. Crone - Treasurer

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