High School students can enroll in college courses for which they also receive high school credit; it is not unusual for our students to graduate with a full semester of college on their transcript. Our trades classes for high school students, from welding to certified nursing assistant, are hands-on courses that teach valuable skills for a career or simply to help people become more proficient in a DIY world. Our instructors come from industry so they are prepared to help students learn the skills necessary to establish themselves as a valuable employee, a small business owner, and a solid team member.
Free college classes for High School Students!
Rawlins High School, Rawlins Cooperative High School, and Little Snake River Valley High School juniors and seniors are eligible for dual/concurrent classes through Western Wyoming Community College.
Career & Technical Education (CTE) Pathways and Electives for High School Students
CCHEC offers many Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses for CCSD#1, including welding, automotive repair, woodworking, and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) courses.
High school CTE classes are held during the regular school day and count toward high school credit. Additionally, concurrent college credit is available for many CCHEC CTE classes for students ages 16 and over.
Classes are offered at the new Carbon County Higher Education Center at 1650 Harshman Street, and students are bused to CCHEC from RHS in between classes.
Through our partnership with CCSD#1, CCHEC offers the following hands-on high school level CTE classes for CCSD#1 students:
Next steps . . .
Talk to your high school counselor NOW to register for any of these great upper level CTE courses:
- Automotive Courses
- Certified Nursing Assistant
- Construction Certification I & II
- Welding I, II, III, IV & Welding Fabrication
- Woodworking Basics
- Woodworking II, & III
Enroll as an elective course or get a head start on a career!
Interested in exploring the Automotive world?
Interested in exploring Health Sciences? Start with a CNA course!
Interested in learning more about the world of welding?
Woods & Construction
Want to get started in wood working or construction?
Dual & Concurrent Enrollment
Interesting in taking free college courses in high school?
SkillsUSA is a student organization that encourages excellence in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. Students participating in SkillsUSA test themselves by competing with other students from around the state and nation.
The local chapter of SkillsUSA is completing a year of reorganization and will come roaring back in 2022-2023 with students ready to compete in all of our CTE programs.
We’d be happy to answer any questions you might have about our campus, our classes, or how you can get started at CCHEC.