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The [[Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center]], usually referred to as '''CATEC''' is a public technical education center in [[Albemarle County]] jointly administered by Albemarle County and [[Charlottesville]]. CATEC provides high school and adult students with academic, career, and technical education programs to prepare for their future.  Students may choose to seek employment upon graduation and/or continue their formal education through apprenticeship programs or advanced study in technical institutes, community colleges, and universities.   
 
The [[Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center]], usually referred to as '''CATEC''' is a public technical education center in [[Albemarle County]] jointly administered by Albemarle County and [[Charlottesville]]. CATEC provides high school and adult students with academic, career, and technical education programs to prepare for their future.  Students may choose to seek employment upon graduation and/or continue their formal education through apprenticeship programs or advanced study in technical institutes, community colleges, and universities.   
  
Adult classes are held in the evenings, and include apprenticeship training, Nurse Aide, and computer classes.  For a list of high school and adult course offerings visit the website at www.catec.org.
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Adult classes are held in the evenings, and include apprenticeship training, Nurse Aide, and computer classes.  
  
==Scholarships==
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==History==
The following scholarships are awarded by CATEC in May of each year.<ref>''CATEC Special Awards, Student Recognitions''. Charlottesville: Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Education Center, 19 May 2009.</ref>
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CATEC was founded in 1973 as a jointly owned and operated facility providing technical education to adults 16 years and older in such subjects as Auto Technology, Cosmetology, Masonry, and several others. The school is maintained by a Center Board comprised of three members from both city and county school boards.<ref name="CATEC">{{cite web|title=History|url=http://www.catec.org/main.cfm?action=ac_history&nav=nav_about_about|location=Albemarle County Public Schools|publishdate=|accessdate=June 4, 2012}}</ref>
 
 
* [[Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center| CATEC Foundation]] Scholarships
 
* [[Lance Van de Castle]] Foundation Scholarship
 
* [[Leslie Hughes Walton]] Scholarship
 
  
 
==Staff==
 
==Staff==
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*[[Bruce Bosselman]], Adult Education Coordinator
 
*[[Bruce Bosselman]], Adult Education Coordinator
 
*[[Deborah Gannon]], Career and Technology Coordinator
 
*[[Deborah Gannon]], Career and Technology Coordinator
==Former Staff==
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*[[Lyman R. Comey]], Director/Principal 1973-?
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==Location==
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CATEC is located at 1000 E. Rio Road
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{{Map|lat=38.062656|lng=-78.464121|zoom=14}}
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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
*[http://www.catec.org official site]
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*[http://www.catec.org CATEC Official Site]
 
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Revision as of 16:18, 4 June 2012

The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center, usually referred to as CATEC is a public technical education center in Albemarle County jointly administered by Albemarle County and Charlottesville. CATEC provides high school and adult students with academic, career, and technical education programs to prepare for their future. Students may choose to seek employment upon graduation and/or continue their formal education through apprenticeship programs or advanced study in technical institutes, community colleges, and universities.

Adult classes are held in the evenings, and include apprenticeship training, Nurse Aide, and computer classes.

History

CATEC was founded in 1973 as a jointly owned and operated facility providing technical education to adults 16 years and older in such subjects as Auto Technology, Cosmetology, Masonry, and several others. The school is maintained by a Center Board comprised of three members from both city and county school boards.[1]

Staff

Location

CATEC is located at 1000 E. Rio Road


Notes

  1. Web. History, Albemarle County Public Schools, retrieved June 4, 2012.

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