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Washington County CTE Center. Info; Website; Centers. Interchange; Kidz Place - Parent Resource Center. Info; Website; Mount Rogers Regional Adult Education Program. Website; Parents. Closing of Schools Brochure; Fee Reduction / Waiver Form; Washington County Adult Skill Center. 848 Thompson Drive. Washington County Adult Skill Center, part of the Washington County public school system in Abingdon, Virginia, offers certifications in technical, medical and other careers as well as basic skills courses. Career programs at Washington County Adult Skill Center include a hands-on training program in .

Katie B., a 2013 graduate of the Washington County Career and Technical Education Center, graduated from with honors from the Appalachian College of Pharmacy on May 4th. Katie became interested in a career as a pharmacist when she completed the pharmacy technician program at WCCTEC. Washington County Skill Center (WCSC) main campus located in Abingdon, Virginia, but classes are also taught on the Virginia Highlands Community College campus. WCSC provides high quality technical training for Southwest Virginia, Northeast Tennessee, and surrounding areas. Classes are held Monday through Thursday from 8am to 4pm.

Check out the most popular majors and specific degrees students have earned at Washington County Adult Skill Center. *Sources for school statistics and data include the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. School Costs; At Washington County Adult Skill Center, 98.0% percent of first-time undergrads receive financial aid, 81.0% receive grants and/or scholarships (an average of $3,372), and 0% receive loans ($8,872 on average).

Cascadia Technical Academy (formerly Clark County Skills Center) For more than thirty years the Clark County Skills Center has provided students of southwest Washington with the necessary professional skills and technical knowledge to enter high demand occupations with confidence and pride. Mike Mitchell holds a plaque that was salvaged from the Washington County Adult Skill Center before demolition began months ago. The facility was originally called the Washington County Regional Trade School. Carolyn R. Wilson | For the Washington County News.