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WCCC provides satellite programs in cooperation with our partner school districts at Franklin, Kings, Lebanon, Little Miami, Springboro, and Waynesville, and at Bishop Fenwick High School. Project SEARCH is an off-site program offered in partnership with Otterbein Lebanon.

Franklin High School

937-743-8611

Pre-Engineering, a Project Lead The Way program. Instructor Jeff Lumpkins. See description here.

 

Kings High School and Junior High School

513-398-8050

Information Technology Instructor Reggie Holtrey, ext. 10406 Reggie.Holtrey@mywccc.org

Information Technology, a program at Kings High School in partnership with the Warren County Career Center, is a Local Cisco Networking Academy under the Sinclair Community College Region. Students are prepared to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate exam upon successful completion of this program. Many students continue their education at a Tech Prep college or go on to a university majoring in Computer Science or Computer Engineering. Entering the workforce is another option students may take. The program utilizes a combination of web-based, instructor-led learning and hands-on labs.

Career Opportunities: Network Technician Network Administration Network Security Network Engineer Computer Technician Computer Service and Support Computer Sales Computer Engineer Systems Analyst/Help Desk

Skills Gained: Cable Installation and Termination Install/Configure Network Operating Systems/Services Hardware Diagnostics/Maintenance Wireless Networking Local/Wide Area Networking Network Design/Implementation Programming Routers/Switches

Certifications/College Credit: The Cisco Academy Courses offered through KHS/WCCC are directly articulated with Sinclair Community College. Students with Tech Prep status receive seven quarter hours for each of four courses. Sinclair transcripts show a letter grade for each of these courses totaling 28 quarter hours. Students are also prepared to take the CompTia A+ Certification and Network + Certification exams in addition to Cisco's CCNA Exam.

Internships & Job Placement: All Information Technology Tech Prep students will job shadow during their training. Students may be eligible to apply for summer internships after their junior and/or senior years.

Digital Media Arts

Instructor Cassandra Barnes, ext. 11030 Cassandra.Barnes@mywccc.org.

Instructor Kelly Shields, ext. 11081 Kelly.Shields@mywccc.org

Digital Media Arts is a two-year program for juniors and seniors at Kings High School in partnership with the Warren County Career Center. Students will learn the fundamentals of digital video production and design, webpage design and other aspects of the digital graphic arts industry.

Career opportunities: Video Editor Video Producer Camera Operator Lighting/Audio Technician Audio Recording Engineer Set Designer Webmaster Radio/TV Broadcaster Writer/Director

Skills gained: Digital Video Edit/Production Audio Production Web Page Design Graphic Design Fundamentals Appreciation of the Arts Develop Video Project Concept Design/Develop Storyboard/Script Digital Photography

Certifications/College credit: This Tech Prep course is aligned with curriculum at Sinclair Community College. Qualified students earn up to 18 college credits while in the high school course, and a $3,000 scholarship to continue their education in the Digital Design/Multimedia field at Sinclair.

Business Technology, Instructor Steve Abrell steve.abrell@mywccc.org, Instructor Brittany Selhorst, Brittany.Selhorst@mywccc.org

The Business Technology program is a two-year program for juniors and seniors at Kings High School in partnership with the Warren County Career Center that prepares college prep students for business career paths in college, for increasing computer skills for any college major and/or for employment with valuable computer and business skills.

The following subject areas will be covered during the two-year program: • Accounting (manual and automated) • Business Principles and Management • Microsoft Office • Excel • PowerPoint • Word

College Credit: May earn college credit from Sinclair Community College or UC Raymond Walters in the subjects listed above. At Sinclair, a test must be taken to earn the credit and can be used at Sinclair or transferred to another college. At Raymond Walters, credits earned can be applied to a business major at the school.
 
Scholarship: Business Technology Tech Prep graduates who attend Sinclair and remain in the business pathway will automatically receive the $3,000 Miami Valley Tech Prep scholarship ($500 for each of 6 quarters.)
 
Gateway to Technology at Kings Junior High School, Instructor Chris Vanderhorst Chris.Vanderhorst@mywccc.org See description here.
 

Lebanon High School and Junior High School

513-934-5100
 
Pre-Engineering, a Project Lead The Way program. Instructor Jeff Little, Jeff.Little@mywccc.org. See description here. 
 
Teacher Academy, Instructor Toni Crawford, Toni.Crawford@mywccc.org
See description here
 
Business Technology, Instructor Jenny Culbertson, Jenny.Culbertson@mywccc.org
 
Information Technology, Instructor Steve Abrell, Steve.Abrell@mywccc.org
 
Gateway to Technology at Lebanon Junior High School, Instructor Travis Bridges, Travis.Bridges@mywccc.org See description here.
 
Little Miami High School and Junior High School

513-899-3781

Business Technology Instructor Christie Leis, ext. 20445 christie.leis@mywccc.org

The Business Tech Academy classes are for juniors and seniors who are looking to pursue an interest in the business fields.  The classes prepare college prep students for business career paths in college and/or for employment with valuable computer and business skills. 
 
The following classes can be taken at Little Miami HS
• Accounting
• International Business
• Sports and Business Management
 
Scholarship: Business Tech Academy students who complete all 3 business classes and maintain a 2.25 during their junior and senior years will automatically receive the $3,000 Miami Valley Tech Prep scholarship ($750 for each of 4 semesters) to be used at Sinclair Community College in a business major.
 
Freshman and sophomores can enroll in the Computer Applications elective class to sharpen their skills in Microsoft Word and Excel for use in college or on the job.
 

Information Technology, Instructor Diana Marks, Diana.Marks@mywccc.org

Information Technology is a two-year program for juniors and seniors that prepares college prep students for careers in a variety of fields in Information Technology.

The following subject areas will be covered during the two-year program: • Networking Technologies: OSI and TCP/IP models • CISCO IOS • Computer Components • Operating Systems: Windows, Mac, Linux • Web Design, and Web Hosting • Server Operating Systems and Applications • Office Productivity Applications: Microsoft and Google Drive • Databases: MS SQL, MYSQL

Software Alliances: IT students will be members of the Microsoft DreamSpark system, entitling them to legal copies of thousands of dollars of Microsoft products which they can keep after completing their course.

College Credit and Scholarships: By completing the program and proving competency, students are able to earn college credits. Qualifying students receive a $3,000 scholarship ($500 for each of 6 quarters) to Sinclair Community College

Activities: Students will be members of Business Professionals of America (BPA), participate in BPA regional, state and national (must qualify) competitions and conferences.

College and Career Opportunities: • Accounting • Business Management • Computer Information Systems • Computer Science • Database Administrator • Economics • Engineering • Entrepreneurship • Management Information Systems • Marketing • Network Administration • Office Administration & Support • Project Manager • Retail and Sales • System Analysis • System Engineer (Programmer)


Digital Media Arts, Instructor Brian Shoff Brian.Shoff@mywccc.org
Students learn about all forms of digital media including video, photography, and web design.

Pre-Engineering, a Project Lead The Way program
Instructors Juliana Thomas Juliana.Thomas@mywccc.org and Molly Addis Molly.Addis@mywccc.org (Gateway to Technology at LMJHS). See description HERE.

Springboro High School and Junior High School

937-748-3950

Information Technology Instructor Jenifer Conard Jenifer.Conard@mywccc.org

Information Technology, a program at Springboro High School in partnership with the Warren County Career Center, prepares students for careers in computer programming. See brochure in downloads below.

Digital Media Arts Instructor Justin Deeter, Justin.Deeter@mywccc.org

Digital Media Arts is a two-year program for juniors and seniors at Springboro High School in partnership with the Warren County Career Center. Students will learn the fundamentals of digital video production and design, webpage design and other aspects of the digital graphic arts industry.

Career opportunities: Video Editor Video Producer Camera Operator Lighting/Audio Technician Audio Recording Engineer Set Designer Webmaster Radio/TV Broadcaster Writer/Director Skills gained: Digital Video Edit/Production Audio Production Web Page Design Graphic Design Fundamentals Appreciation of the Arts Develop Video Project Concept Design/Develop Storyboard/Script Digital Photography

Certifications/College credit: This Tech Prep course is aligned with curriculum at Sinclair Community College. Qualified students earn up to 18 college credits while in the high school course, and a $3,000 scholarship to continue their education in the Digital Design/Multimedia field at Sinclair.

Pre-Engineering, a Project Lead The Way program. Instructor Roy Broderick, Roy.Broderick@mywccc.org.
PROJECT LEAD THE WAY Introduction 6511 to Engineering Design (IED) Pre-Requisite: Algebra I Length: Year Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1 The major focus of IED is the design process and its application. Through hands-on projects, students apply engineering standards and document their work. Students use industry standard 3D modeling software to help them design solutions to solve proposed problems, document their work using an engineer’s notebook, and communicate solutions to peers and members of the professional community

PROJECT LEAD THE WAY Principles of 6521 Engineering (POE) Pre-Requisite: Geometry & Introduction to Engineering Design (may be taken concurrently) Length: Year Grade: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1 Students wishing to enter a science engineering field are encouraged to take this course. This is the second course in the PLTW series. The course presents the major concepts that students encounter in a postsecondary engineering course of study through hands on learning and real world problem solving. Students will utilize critical thinking skills while applying science, technology, math, and communications skills to work through engineering problems. Topics covered include mechanisms, energy sources and applications, statistics, material properties and testing, control systems, machine control, fluid power, statics and kinematics. Different types of engineering degrees and engineering careers are also covered in this course. This course is open to anyone that has passed Introduction to Engineering Design

PROJECT LEAD THE WAY 6511A INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN FOR FEMALES (IED) Pre-requisite: Algebra I Length: year Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1 This course is specifically designed to expose females to the world of engineering. Concepts taught in the INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN COURSE will be covered with an additional emphasis on careers in engineering for females. Students will have the opportunity to learn from the teacher as well as encounter females who have chosen engineering as a career. Guest speakers will be invited from area businesses, colleges, and universities.

PROJECT LEAD THE WAY Digital Electronics 6531 Pre-Requisite: Principles of Engineering. Can be taken at the same time as Principles of Engineering if student is in Physics or Pre-Calculus. Grade: 10, 11 or 12 Length: 1 Year Credit: 1 From smartphones to appliances, digital circuits are all around us. This course provides a foundation for students who are interested in electrical engineering, electronics, or circuit design. Students study topics such as combinational and sequential logic and are exposed to circuit design tools used in industry, including logic gates, integrated circuits, and programmable logic devices.

PROJECT LEAD THE WAY Aerospace Engineering Pre-Requisite: Principles of Engineering. Can be taken at the same time as Principles of Engineering if student is in Physics or Pre-Calculus. Grade: 10, 11 or 12 Length: 1 Year Credit: 1 This course propels students’ learning in the fundamentals of atmospheric and space flight. As they explore the physics of flight, students bring the concepts to life by designing an airfoil, propulsion system, and rockets. They learn basic orbital mechanics using industry-standard software. They also explore robot systems through projects such as remotely operated vehicles.
 
Biotechnology, a Project Lead The Way program, Instructor Rebecca Goodwin Rebecca.Goodwin@mywccc.org. See description here.
 
Teacher Academy, Instructor Carla Kemp Carla.Kemp@mywccc.org.
 Teacher Academy is a program for juniors and seniors who are interested in teaching K-12. The student will study Curriculum and Instruction, and Classroom Management during the junior year and Education Principles and Capstone in the senior year. Through college-level coursework and a portfolio developed in the senior year, students have the opportunity to earn college credit. The student will intern in elementary, middle, high school, and special education settings in the senior class. Field trips to area colleges and universities include but are not limited to Miami University, University of Cincinnati, University of Dayton, Cincinnati Christian University, Mount St. Joseph University, and more. Students will have membership in Educators Rising and Educators Rising Ohio and possible attendance at the state and national conferences to compete for scholarships and prizes.
 
Family and Consumer Science
Instructor Kim Harris, Kim.Harris@mywccc.org
Family & Consumer Science course selections provide students with opportunities to develop a variety of essential skills necessary for success in today's changing world. FCS course selections are designed to reflect career focused education, 21st century employability skills and are designed to integrate key STEM skills throughout the curriculum. Courses offered include College & Career Connections, Food & Nutrition, Global Foods, and Textiles & Designs. See flyer in downloads below.
 
Gateway to Technology at Springboro Junior High School
Instructor Marcus Makras, Marcus.Makras@mywccc.org 
See description HERE
 
Waynesville High School and Junior High School
 
Pre-Engineering, a Project Lead The Way program, Gateway to Technology, Instructor Nik Otto Nik.Otto@mywccc.org See description here.
 

Bishop Fenwick High School

4855 State Route 122 Franklin, Ohio 45005

513-423-0723 ext. 363

Gateway to College

Instructor Melissa Klaassen Melissa.Klaassen@mywccc.org

Gateway to College, a program at Bishop Fenwick High School offered in partnership with the Warren County Career Center, will help high school juniors navigate the process of college application, including SAT, PSAT and ACT preparation, the application process, the scholarship process, and every day skills such as time and money management. Students will benefit from this one semester course and feel more confident in their test-taking, college application and scholarship application as they make one of the most important decisions of their lives.

Pre-Engineering, a Project Lead the Way Program

Bishop Fenwick High School 

Instructor Hugh McPhail Hugh.McPhail@mywccc.org

513-932-5677 ext. 5353

This two-year program for students interested in the engineering field is located at Bishop Fenwick High School. See description HERE.

 

Project SEARCH

Project SEARCH provides employment skills opportunities for students in cooperation with Otterbein-Lebanon Retirement Community. Contact Coordinator Nick Vrettos at 513-696-8509.

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