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It is a pleasure to welcome you to another outstanding school year. Our dedicated staff is energized about the start of the school year.
Our goal is to continue our forty-six year old tradition of preparing students to be career and post-secondary ready in a supportive learning environment…
NCCVT School District delivers world-class Career and Technical programs combined with rigorous academic curricula to equip students with the 21st century skills that will best serve the State of Delaware, and the global community.
Delcastle offers a variety of educational experiences for students integrating academic courses with practical vocational-technical problem solving. Lessons learned in math and English are re-enforced in the student’s career program.
Students are encouraged to achieve their full potential and to participate in student organizations. A full complement of athletic programs, academic, and vocational clubs is offered.
Built in 1974, Hodgson has approximately 1,147 students enrolled in its full-time career training programs.
Hodgson’s faculty is committed to seeking ways to improve student achievement through innovative teaching techniques. The school operates under a block schedule and incorporates a high degree of active student learning and personalization.
Howard provides a rigorous, comprehensive, vocational technical program in a modern setting with deep historical roots.
Howard’s award-winning 1:1 iPad initiative has provided an unprecedented opportunity for students to learn 21st century skills in a project-based setting.
The newest comprehensive, 1000-pupil VoTech high school opened in November 2006.
The school offers comprehensive high school academic curricula and career and technical training in the areas of Health, Service and Science Technologies, Construction and Mechanical Technologies, and Information Technology.
The number of career areas in the fields of health services, construction trades, mechanical trades, and consumer services.
Students work in more than 150 businesses across New Castle County, earning more than $1 million in their co-operative employment placements.
Including baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, track, volleyball, wrestling, and unified football and track & field.
The number of dual enrollement courses completed by students for high school and college credit.