Reminder | Class of 2027 Parent & Student Night December 14, 2022 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Columbia City High School. The meeting is happening this week. Contact your student's guidance counselor with any questions.
Congratulations to these students for earning their American Welding Society (AWS) certification today!! 100% pass rate under the leadership of Mr. Rusher
Thank you to our partners from Brooks Construction and Erick Patton for speaking with our students in the Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology (MET) Academy at Columbia City High School to share career and internship options. #MET #ThankYou
Luke Schrader, CCHS alum and Schrader Real Estate representative, visited the agriubusiness management classes to discuss location and facility use. Thank you, Luke for your expertise and time! #CTE #Application
Alina H.'s artwork was selected as the finalist for banners by Morsches Park! The Mayor's Office of Columbia City partnered with the CCHS Advanced 2D Class to design banners to be displayed on the poles out by the park. Congratulations!
The Health and Humans Services Academy (HHS) hosted its quarterly meeting with community members. Each quarter, area employers and CCHS supporters meet to discuss initiatives, hear academy updates and student perspectives. To get involved in an academy, visit our website at wwcsonline.com or download our new WCCS App! #BetterTogether #CTE
Thank you to Micropulse for hosting internship students from CCHS. Emily and Zach have learned a great deal about the many different careers Micropulse has to offer.
Whitley County Consolidated Schools is currently experiencing an internet outage. Please be aware that this does affect our phones as well. Our service provider is working diligently to remedy the situation.
Whitley County's Planning and Building department presented both CCHS Agribusiness Management classes. They led students through zoning, permitted use, and exemptions and allowed them to plan a rural property in Whitley County. Thank you, Nathan, Amanda and Brent! #CTE #Agriculture
Kaylen's internship with the Whitley County YMCA After School program allows her to follow her passion for working with children. "I have benefited from this experience already! I have learned so much more about how children react to situations and how to work with them."
Addy is continuing her preparation for a career in education through her internship with the YMCA After School program. Addy also participates in the Education Professions program at CCHS.
Makenna is putting her skills acquired through the CNA program into practice as a Patient Care Tech at Parkview Whitley Hospital. "I can definitely tell I will have many opportunities to work my way up in the hospital after I graduate. "
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Molly's internship at Moo-Over has been a significant step toward her future. "My work-based skills have improved, and I have learned so many tips and tricks that I hadn't known before," Molly said.
Thank you, Chloe and Josh from @SDI Inc. for visiting with our MET Academy students. Chloe and Josh shared about the company culture, how to get involved with the company, and access to IN-FAME, which pays for tuituon while students work. #CTE
Leah can apply the skills she has learned through her business, marketing, and entrepreneurship classes at Poptique Popcorn this semester. "I love marketing, so collaborating with Poptique on marketing strategies has been my favorite part so far. "
Save the Date | Class of 2027 Parent & Student Night December 14, 2022 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Columbia City High School.
Lily combines her interests in government and history through her internship at the Whitley County Historical Museum. "I have made many connections and learned the ins and outs of government work and how to apply for a grant," Lilly said.
10/31/22: Due to fog, WCCS is under a 2 hour delay today
Megan interns at the Columbia City United Methodist Church Childcare to further her skills and apply what she has learned in the classroom. "I think internships are a great opportunity if you put in the effort to learn about a future career," Megan said. #CTE