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2021/2022 School Year Classroom Pictures

e91p03lwuaaddaqHenrico CTE made a great impression with parents and students at Henrico County Public Schools’ division wide outdoor “Back-to-School Kickoff” Our team showed up with our mobile classroom and had some great conversations about the importance of Career & Technical Education for middle to high school students. The 2021-22 school year is going to be great! 08/30/2021

Ey3uTegWUAYa4gk300Have a look at some photos of our Signing Day event where we celebrate some great young people who are starting their careers right after high school. Click here for photos. 05/20/2021


Congratulations to Josh Pham for receiving a $1,500 scholarship from the Gene Haas Foundation. Josh is a student in the Precision Machining program and will be attending JMU for engineering this fall. 04/15/2021


Ey_OtovXAAMUA4n300Criminal Justice students investigating a crime scene. Could this be a career path for you? Check with your counselor or visit HenricoCTE.com for more information about this class and over 150 offered by #Henricocte.com. Click here for photos. 04/15/2021


Students in Greenhouse Mgt. learned how to design/construct wreaths! Students learned that art, history, and nature can be expressed in many ways and wreaths have been around for centuries crossing different cultures dating back to ancient Greece/Rome. Click here for photos. 12/18/2020


J. R. Tucker High School’s 3 Computer Science Clubs Honor Computer Science Education Week! The clubs are CS Honor Society, Girls Who Code, and CS for ALL worked together to create these amazing events throughout the week! Click here for photos 12/15/2020


It’s been great to have our ACE Center students back in class on a limited basis. Click here for photos. 12/15/2020


This year’s seniors received their diplomas at Richmond Raceway! Click here for photos. 06/16/2020


The Practical Nursing program held a career fair for its students. Click here for photos. 03/16/2020


Henrico CTE is Proud of this Highland Springs JROTC Rifle Team.  They just finished their Jr. Olympic Match. They learned a lot and currently holding on to 3rd place with 4 teams left to shoot.


The ACE Center at Hermitage is hosting a classic car show Saturday, March 28! Come on out to support our school and students! There will also be a Fun Run/Walk, petting zoo, kid zone, vendors and food, and so much more!


Nurse Aide students at the ACE Center at Hermitage made jello “brains,” and labeled the various parts and had a little fun too. Click here for photos. 03/05/2020


Criminal Justice II mock interviews at the ACE Center at Hermitage, 2-24-20. Part of educating quality CTE students is to have them practice having job interviews. Practice makes perfect. See these Criminal Justice students practice their interview skills. Many thanks to our interviewers for giving their time and expertise! Click here for photos. 03/03/2020


Godwin’s Culinary class is popping!  6 different methods of popping corn.  Which tastes best?  Which cost the least?  Which is healthy?  Why does it pop? Click here for photos. 03/03/2020


Godwins Teachers for Tomorrow toured the Richmond Montessori School. Learned about how they approach teaching students. The “whole” body, all hands-on, self-directed instruction. 03/03/2020


Henrico CTE had our first career rodeo and it was awesome! We had over 400 students and over 100 businesses coming to judge and talk with those students as they showed off their career skills! I have pictures. We know of at least one student that was hired on the spot! Click here for photos. 03/02/2020


Greenhouse Management Students Shine On Valentine’s Day
Amazing Valentine’s Day arrangements from Ms. Mazza’s Greenhouse Management class @ACEatHermitage! Greenhouse Management students always do a great job! Click here for photos. 02/17/2020


Early Childhood Education students volunteered at H. M. Ratcliffe Elementary school this evening for their Family Engagement Math and Reading Boot Camp workshop for parents. We provided childcare for over 20 elementary students and their siblings. While having a fantastic evening giving back to our community, our students had a chance to meet a former ECE student, Briana Baugham, class of 2013, who is currently teaching 5th grade at Ratcliffe. Click here for photos. 02/13/2020


Great afternoon at the house seeing the progress of the ACE Center at Highland Springs students!  Also a chance to meet with Kathy from Takeoff LLC and B.J. from the installation company who are going to work with our students on flooring installation. Click here for photos. 02/13/2020


Students at the Diesel Technologies program at ACE Hermitage had the opportunity this week to compete and demonstrate their skills at this year’s District Skills USA event. Students from across the region were represented well, but it was clear that Henrico’s students were well prepared and had an amazing turnout. Five ACE Hermitage students placed in the top 10, including taking 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the district. Congratulations and a job well done! Click here for photos. 02/13/2020

1= Clayton Fuhrman = ACE @ Herm
2= William Harden = ACE @ Herm
3= Jason Lopez-Arevalo= ACE @ Herm
7= Jacob Bailey = ACE @ Herm
8= Kyle Claytor = ACE @ Herm


Cosmetology students at the ACE Center at Hermitage are getting ready for this year’s SkillsUSA regional event. Makeup, hair, nails, esthetics, & more! Acquiring skills to be #LifeReady! Click here for photos. 02/13/2020


Mr. Murray’s FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) students at Quioccasin Middle School visited VCU to tour their basketball training facility (wow!), new baseball facility, sports medicine department, and the Siegel Center, where students got to talk to 13 people from various roles throughout the athletic department. The FBLA students also learned about setting up for events, marketing, creating and balancing a budget for the entire athletic department, and a lot more about the life of student-athletes at VCU.   Also, check out the 100% student- made FBLA t-shirts!  An 8th grader came up with the design, and a 7th grader hoping to start his own clothing business made the shirts with the press he has at home. Click here for photos. 02/05/2020


Ms. Coppola’s Computer Science students at Holman demonstrated their problem-solving skills by creating a potato chip ring. They used 1 can of Pringles and no glue or other supplies to make the ring. Students had to sketch their design and write down their process on a worksheet before constructing their ring. Click here for photos. 02/05/2020


Marine JROTC students at Highland Springs High School are getting prepped for a color guard competition this weekend. Good luck!  Click here for photos. 02/04/2020


Tucker HS had a Computer Science Fair for ALL hosted by Computer Science for ALL & Computer Science Honor Society.

The club advertised the event for a week via Sunday Night Call, PA announcement and Schoology groups. The event was run by stations – Sphero (robot), Cozmo (AI robot), Makey Makey (circuit), Touch drones, Course info (students made a draft video), Robotics (school’s robotics team brought their robot) and there were treats and raffles. Each participant has an activity hand-out with the names of the stations – they go to each station, learn/try each activity, and get a stamp/stickers. When students submitted the activity hand-out to the raffle station, they got a free swag and a raffle prize. Click here for photos. 01/30/2020

#3, CS3 – Robotics
#4, CS2 – Cozmo (AI robot)
#5 – circuit board
#6 – course info desk and Makey Makey
#7 – Sphero (green poster)
CS1 – Sphero desk and a girl flying a touch drone
CS4 – An IB student did a personal project with JAVA programming on his own


The ACE Center at Hermitage finished in the first place Alliance on 1-18-20 in the FIRST Robotics FTC qualifying event in Orange, Virginia. Our team, Smokey Jr. was selected by the top qualifying team from Gainesville, Virginia to join their alliance. Together the alliance of the Frogbots and Smokey Jr. put up the highest three-point total in the state this year! This also qualified the ACE Center at Hermitage’s Robotics team for the state event in late February. The team has put in time after school and Saturdays since last November. Their hard work, team effort, and Gracious Professionalism has made a wonderful season. Click here for photos. 01/21/2020


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