Hampshire County Career and Technical Education

Hampshire High School Career and Technical Education

Simulated Workplace 

Hampshire High School students are provided the opportunity to participate in Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses. These courses provide students with the necessary training and skills to enter the workforce or continue their education in a related field of study after high school. 

Study Guide

View the CTE Programs of Study Guide 2019 to 2020 (PDF) for more information on:

  • Accounting
  • Agribusiness Systems
  • Animal Processing
  • Animal Systems
  • Automotive Technology
  • Broadcasting Technology
  • Carpentry
  • Information Management/MCAS
  • Law and Public Safety
  • Management and Administrative Support
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Pet Grooming
  • Plant Systems
  • Power, Structural and Technical Systems
  • Pro-Start Restaurant Management
  • Therapeutic Services

Visit the Career and Technical Education Performance AssessmeWHHSnt.

  • WHHS - Trojan Media - school online radio or if you have the old app, you may still use that to access the broadcasts.

Clubs & Sponsors

  • FFA (Bill Chaney, Isaac Lewis, Lisa Moreland and Ron Watson)
    WV FFA  National FFA
    Bill Chaney - Phone: 304-822-5016, ext. 2001
    Lisa Moreland - Phone: 304-822-5016, ext. 1048
    Ronnie Watson - Phone: 304-822-5016, ext. 1019
  • Skills USA(Paul Clem, Bill Keister,)
    WV SkillsUSA National SkillsUSA
  • HOSA (Kristie Long)
    WV HOSA National HOSA
  • DECA (Amy Crites)
    WV DECA National DECA
  1. The Board of Education Meeting scheduled for Aug. 2 has been rescheduled for Thurs. Aug. 5.

    The meeting begins at 3 PM
  2. Children Enrolled in County Schools Will Receive Free Breakfast & Lunch

    Hampshire County will continue implementing Community Eligibility Provision for the 2021-2022 school year. Your child is eligible to receive a breakfast and lunch at school at no charge each day of the 2021-2022 school year without an application or fee. Read on...
  3. Registration and Open House Dates Set for All Schools

  4. Hampshire County Plan to Allocate American Rescue Funds (ARP) is Out for Review

    Hampshire County Schools, in compliance with state and federal guidelines, has conducted a needs assessment and developed a proposal of expenditures of the ARP ESSERF Grant. The grant may be utilized through the 2024 school year. View the plan & comment. Read on...
  5. 2021 Teacher of the Year and Service Personnel of the Year Announced

    Barbara Ray, a 2nd grade teacher from Augusta Elementary, was named Hampshire County Teacher of the Year. Greg Snyder, the head custodian at Romney Elementary, was named Hampshire County Service Personnel of the Year. Click to see the TOY & SPOY
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