Career Tech Education EXPO

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 the arts, 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.

Parents should click on and watch the videos below.

Click here to watch the Family EXPO video explaining more about Career Tech Education and the benefits of being a part of a CTE program at Centerville High School.

Students should click on and watch the videos below.

Click here to hear from current CHS students who are enrolled in a CTE program.

Click here to learn about the application process and timeline for applying and being accepted into a Career Tech Program.

Click here to watch the CTE Promo Video about the 12 CTE Programs at CHS.

Click here to watch a video explaining the schedules of the 7 CTE programs at Fairmont.

Explore the 12 Career Technical Education Programs at Centerville High School

Centerville students can apply to 7 programs at Fairmont. We are guaranteed 2 seats in each program. Click on the name of the program to learn more about each one.

Contact Information

Craig Suttman, Career Tech Education Principal 937-439-3507

Marion Delatore, Career Pathways Counselor 937-439-3571

Mona Romer, Career Tech Education Secretary 937-439-3506

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