Career and Technical Education Department

Email Maronica Brown - Department Chair

Business Marketing
Teachers for Tomorrow
Fashion Marketing
Sports & Entertainment Marketing
Digital & Social Media Marketing


Personal Finance

Email William Milby

Digital Applications
Computer Information Systems
Design Multimedia Web Technologies

 Email Jason Smith

Virtual Learning
Game Design & Development
Game Design & Development Advanced
Digital Visualization
Dual Enrollment Digital Media Technology
Cybersecurity Fundamentals

 Email Marde Snyder

Independent Living
Family Relations
Hospitality & Tourism

Career and Technical Education (CTE) is the starting point for any career! Whether you are headed to a four-year college, two-year college, the military, or straight into the workforce, Career and Technical Education Programs of Study at EHS can help you with any path you choose.

The CTE Programs of Study at EHS enhance academic learning experiences and allow students to explore career options, prepare for industry standards in the workplace, and provide leadership development through participation in CTE student organizations.  CTE student organizations offered at EHS include Future Business Leaders of American (FBLA) , Distributive Education Clubs of Americ (DECA) and Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA).

Industry Certifications, which are now a graduation requirement, are offered through EHS' CTE department.  At the high school, students may obtain MOS (Microsoft Office Suite) Certification, Wise Financial Literacy Certification, and Workplace Readiness Skills for the Commonwealth Certification (CTECS).  In addition to the CTE offerings at EHS, students may take CTE classes, other certifications, industry credentialing, and state board exams at the 
Northern Neck Technical Center.  

Career and Technical Education Course Description

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