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Career Tech Education

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At Centerville High School, Career Technical Education begins in the junior year of high school with an emphasis on continuing on to college with post-secondary education. Career Tech Education programs stress mathematics, science, communication and technology. These programs also emphasize teamwork, hands-on learning, work-site experiences, critical thinking and problem solving. Students have the opportunity to earn a $3,000 scholarship to Sinclair Community College upon completion of their Career Education Program at CHS.

Career Tech programs assist students in transitioning to college and in guiding students toward successful careers. Students have the opportunity to prepare for college by discovering and exploring career options while in high school. Upon successful completion of a program, students will have the potential to earn college credit. By following the career pathways described in the CHS course of studies book, students can be ready to enter one of the following Career Tech programs after the sophomore year.

Use the following links to learn about all of the career education programs offered and to see sample schedules:


Contact Us

Craig Suttman
Career Tech Education Principal
Email Mr. Suttman

Marion Delatore
Career Pathways Counselor
Email Mr. Delatore

Mona Romer
Career Tech Education Secretary
Email Ms. Romer

What career is right for you?

CHS has partnered with Naviance, an online system that provides students with comprehensive college and career planning. All students in grades 9-12 have access to their Naviance account through their Clever dashboard.

Take the online career interest and skills survey to find a career that's right for you! Ohiomeansjobs.com offers a comprehensive solution for career planners at all stages of career development.

To learn more about in-demand career pathways as well as work-based learning opportunities, please visit the Strategic Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) ENGAGE portal for more information about the great career opportunities in our region.


Civil Rights Declaration

The Centerville City Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities.

The following person(s) have been designated to handle inquirers regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Section 504
Director of Student Services, 937-433-8841
Title IX
Director of Student Services, 937-433-8841