COUNTY SCHOOLS OVERVIEW
Greene County is divided into five (5) public school districts. Our goal for each of our School Districts is to provide a safe and drug-free environment while encouraging academic excellence and social responsibility in our students so that they may become knowledgeable, productive, and lifelong learners in a rapidly changing technological and multi-cultural society.
Following are the municipalities within the five school districts:
Central Greene has the largest enrollment while Southeastern Greene has the lowest. Geographically, West Greene is the largest of the districts and operates four schools.
- Carmichaels School District Carmichaels Borough and Cumberland Township
- Central Greene School District Waynesburg Borough and Franklin, Perry, Washington, Wayne and Whiteley Townships
- Jefferson-Morgan School District Jefferson, Clarksville and Rices Landing Boroughs, and Jefferson and Morgan Townships
- Southeastern Greene School District Dunkard, Greene and Monongahela Thownship, and Greensboro Borough
- West Greene School District Aleppo, Center, Freeport, Gilmore, Gray, Jackson, Morris, Richhill and Springhill Townships
Our Greene County Career & Technology Center (CTC) is located in the Central Greene School District, near the Waynesburg High School at 60 Zimmerman Drive in Franklin Township. CTC is an extension of the home school available for all five school districts; and provides one of the finest faciltiies of its kind. CTC emphasizes high work standards, scholarship, ethics, and safety.
The mission of CTC is to prepare every student for the world of work with the technical competencies, academic skills and attitudes that are necessary for both entry level employment and continuing education. Student organizations are an integral part of the instructional program at Greene County CTC. Students are encouraged to participate, as these groups help students develop excellence in scholarship, craftsmanship, leadership and personal development.
The CTC curriculum offers a wide range of studies to focus on, including: Automotive Technology, Building Construction Skills, Business & Computer Information, Child Care Servics, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Drafting & Design, Electrician Occupations, Health Assistant, Welding/Fabrication, etc.
Career and personal counseling is available to all students by a certified guidance counselor. Referrals are made to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation for any student who meets the eligibility requirements. Linkages to postsecondary schools, military recruiters and other agencies can also be made through the counselor.
There are many success stories from students who have graduated from our Greene County CTC, making a great impace on the students future.