Click link below for all important information you need to register your student for this wonderful opportunity.
The Walker Career Center Culinary Arts Program, facilitated by Chef Carol Rice, sent two student teams to the Indiana State Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and ProStart (National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation) contest. Each team had to prepare an appetizer, a main entrée and dessert in 60 minutes! Team A placed 3rd in the FCCLA and ProStart out of 20 competing teams. Team B was awarded Best Appetizer. The Walker Career Center again would like to congratulate both the students and Chef Rice on an amazing performance!
Team A Front Row-Knisha Radford, Teleshauna Harris, Byron Hinojosa and Christopher Ritter
Team B Back Row-Adrienne Puckett, Sanaya Richardson, Rodney Johnson and Juan Ramirez
Eastside Special Education Transition Fair
Warren Central High School-Enter Door 1
March 12, 2015 6:00-8:00 pm
A variety of providers, service agencies and information provided and meet with individuals that will be able to assist you with services now and later!
VR 101 (Vocational Rehabilitation Training)
BDDS 101 (Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Training)
Utilize WCHS Si Com Lab to complete online applications and check your Medicaid Waiver on the Portal. Someone will be on hand to assist you with this process.
Access information on leisure activities that you and your child can become involved with in the community! Questions call 317-532-6401
Physical Night at Warren Central High School
2015-2016 Sports physical at a discounted price
Monday, April 20 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Congratulations to the 2015 WCC Xplore Team Germany bound Again!
The Walker Career Center is proud to announce that the 2015 Xplore Team, sponsored by the Engineering & Technology Education Department and lead by Mr. Jim Hanson, will be going to Germany to present their newly designed automation project, “Sundae Fundae” as part of the final round for the 2015 Xplore Competition sponsored by Phoenix Contact. This automated sundae maker operates via an application that can be downloaded. Students have each logged over 350 hours designing and constructing this automated wonder. We would like to wish team members Brian Wyatt, Jaidy Hernandez and Jon Owens, as well as, Mr. Hanson luck or in German viel glück, as they travel to Germany to compete!