Dominion High School CTE

    There is a growing need in the U.S. Workforce to obtain well-trained, quality employees who are prepared for the challenges that our global economy desperately needs.  Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in Virginia public schools prepare today's students for tomorrow by offering quality hands-on learning in a "real-world" context.  CTE programs in Virginia public schools currently serve more than 550,000 students in grades 6-12.  CTE's mission is to ensure that every graduate is prepared for the challenges of post-secondary education and the workplace. 

    The Career and Technical Education Department at Dominion High School strives to engage students in hands-on learning to build skills for their future.  Our classes prepare students for life outside of high school by focusing on workplace readiness skills.    Whether they are pursuing a college degree, technical certification, or going immediately into the workplace, CTE students gain extensive experience in the fields of Technology, Business, Marketing, Education, Culinary, Fashion, Interior Design, and more. 

    Please contact your/your student's teacher if we can offer any help or assistance. Additionally, if you have any questions about CTE at Dominion High School, please reach out to the Department Chair, Mr. Terry Baker for further assistance. 



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Last Modified on November 4, 2019