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Registration for the 2023-2024 School Year begins January 17th.  Click HERE for a list of ROTEC elective courses available for students. 

If you are interested in learning more information about Governor's School please attend one of the informational meetings held in January.  Information for logging onto the sessions will be available on the RVGS website. 

View Recent News to get updates on new Job Opportunities. 

Important Dates 

January 17th - February 10th - Registration for the 2023-2024 School Year 

February 14th - 15th - Career Quest for current 10th graders

February 20th - Parent/Teacher Conference 








 


 

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About Us

The primary goal of ROTEC/CTE classes is to insure that all students graduate with the skills to be college and career ready. ROTEC is the Center for Career and Technical Education (CTE) that offers courses to prepare students with the knowledge and skills for employment and/or further education. Students are encouraged to explore CTE programs in grades 9 and/or 10, and then select a ROTEC major program area of study for grades 11 and 12. Most of the ROTEC courses offer students the chance to earn dual enrollment through Virginia Western Community College, and all programs offer students the opportunity to earn industry certifications within their program of study. Students attend classes at the Gibboney Center (located on the campus of Patrick Henry High School) for those courses that require a lab setting. Additional CTE courses are taught at the William Fleming, Patrick Henry, Noel C. Taylor and Forest Park High School campuses. Students can explore a variety of careers with programs offered in Building Trades, Culinary Arts, Medical Sciences, Engineering, Teaching, TV/Video Production, Computer Applications, Cosmetology, Automotive Repair, Web Design, and a variety of courses in the areas of Business and Marketing.


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Contact Information

  • Kathleen Duncan, CTE Director and ROTEC Principal

  • Eric Lear, Assistant Principal

  • Jacqui Moore, Career & Technical Counselor

  • Julie Morrison, Administrative Assistant


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