What Can CCHEC Do For Your Student?
CCHEC offers several hands-on high school level classes for CCSD#1 students. In addition to counting toward high school credit, most classes result in a certificate or college credit.
In many communities, the Board of Education is shifting to a system that allows community colleges to provide the Vocational Programs for High Schools. Through our partnership with CCSD#1, CCHEC offers the following hands-on high school level vocational classes for CCSD#1 students. Click here to download a CCHEC for high school students brochure.
High School Freshman Can Take Many Great Vocational Electives!
Auto Maintenance Basics
Woodworking Basics & Woodworking Tool Certification
Computer Aided Drafting I
Where Do I Take Classes?
Classes are offered at the new Carbon County Higher Education Center at 1650 Harshman Street. Students are bused to the CCHEC from RHS in between classes.
How Do I Enroll In These Great Vocational Classes?
Talk to your high school counselor NOW to register for any of these great vocational courses. Enroll as an elective course or get a head start on a career!
Vocational Electives for Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors
Certified Nursing Assistant - Automotive I, II, III, & IV
Woodworking Basics - Woodworking Tool Certification - Woodworking II, III, & IV
Construction Certification I & II - Welding I,II,III,IV
Robotics I, II, & III- Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD) I, II, & III
Do I Get High School and/or College Credit?
High School Vocational Classes are held during the regular school day and count toward high school credit. Additionally, college (concurrent) credit is available for many CCHEC vocational classes for students ages 16 and over. Talk to your teacher or high school counselor about how to obtain FREE college credit!