College and Career Readiness
The term “college and career readiness” refers to the knowledge and skills high school graduates must possess in order to be successful in their career paths after high school. New research indicates that the mathematics and English skills required for entry level college classes are the same as the skills needed for good jobs.
Success in the 21st century workforce requires education and/or training beyond high school graduation. This post-secondary education can come in many forms – a four-year university, a community college, a technical or vocational school, or a formal apprenticeship – all of which can prepare students for a career.
Washington County Public Schools offers many programs for building college and career readiness. The resources and information on these pages are designed to help students and parents navigate the many paths to a rewarding career.
All County Open House for Academy, Advanced, Magnet and Specialized Programs
Monday, September 22, 2014
Washington County Technical High School
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM----Elementary and Middle School Programs
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM---High School Programs
Ms. Jessica Reinhard
Supervisor of PreK-12 Advanced Programs
Twitter: @reinhjes #yourfuture
Mrs. Beth Moore
College Readiness Specialist
Mr. George Phillips
Supervisor of Career Technology Education
Mrs. Robin Handler
Acting Supervisor of School Counseling Services