At Woodward Career Technical High Schol (WCTHS), we are 100% focused on preparing students for the real world. At every step in their academic journey, Woodward students gain both expertise and the essential skills they will need to navigate the workplace for the 21st Century. Our academic focuses (Health, Building and Advancted technology) were chosen based upon statistics identifying industries that are highest in demand in Ohio.
Exposure to careers in these fields begins at 7th grade through informative sessions and field trips and opportunities increase in frequency and innovation as students reach their Freshman year. At the end of Freshman year, students will choose their academic focuses which will determine their courses beginning their Sophomore year. Students will experience many hands on opportunities in their chosen pathway including continued college and career exposure, industry credentials and paid internships. Woodward is dedicated to helping each student find their pathway to success whether it be enrolled, employed or enlisted. Please find more information regarding our academies and the certifications offered below.
High School Course Guide
Our 2018-19 High School Course Guide includes more detail about the opportunities and resources available to our high school students. Students and their families are encouraged to use the High School Course Guide to plan their educational pathway. The guide includes course descriptions, information about early college credit and alternative credit programs, and more. Graduation requirements, grade reporting, report cards and other policies and procedures are also included in the guide.
This Academy provides students with hands-on learning and field experience opportunities in the areas of Biotechnology, Laboratory Science, Nutrition, Sports Medicine and Patient Care Technology. Students perform a variety of technical functions, including organizing and evaluation health information, compiling health statistics, and coding diseases.
Students completing courses in this Academy can gain the following certifications: *STNA, Rescuer CPR and AED with First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens Training part I American Heart, OSHA 10 Training Part I and II and Aseptic Techniques Training Part I and II and ACT Work Keys.
This Academy provides students with hands-on learning and field experience opportunities in the areas of Construction and Community Design. Students learn the algebra, geometry and physics involved in construction, and they learn how to set up small construction businesses and learn the theory of business.
Students completing courses in this Academy can gain the following certifications: *NCCER Safety, *NCCER Construction College, Landscape Technician, OSHA 10, OSHA 30, *LEED and ACT Work Keys.
- National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER)
- Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA)
- Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED)
Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
This Academy provides students with hands-on learning and field experience opportunities in the areas of planning, setting up, controlling, and managing automated computer-controlled equipment.
Students completing courses in this Academy can gain the following certifications: OSHA General Industry, Project Lead the Way, ACT Work Keys and *MSSC.
Through My Tomorrow, students are learning about themselves — their dreams, their aspirations, and their strengths. We are combining this with higher expectations and greater access to technology to provide students with the skills, knowledge and confidence to pursue the pathways of their choice. Already the benefits are evident in our classrooms as students make new and exciting connections within themselves, with each other, and with their future.
Students are also eligible to receive the following certifications: First Aid/CPR and AED