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    Celebrating 50 Years of Vocational - Career & Technical Education


Welcome to Waynesville Career Center. WCC provides quality career and technical education for the Waynesville/St. Robert/Ft. Leonard Wood area to high school students in grades 11 & 12 with some programs enrolling students in grades 9 & 10. High School enrollment consists of students from Waynesville High School as well as students from Crocker, Dixon, Iberia, Laquey, Newburg, Plato and Richland.

WCC also accepts adult student enrollment. Please see Adult/Post-Secondary Admissions for more information. 

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  • Friday, April 28, 2017

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  • JROTC again takes 1st in Armed Exhibition


    Waynesville JROTC Armed Drill Team took first place overall in the Armed Exhibition competition at the Blue Springs South Invitational Drill Competition on March 4, 2017.


    From a field of 21 teams, these are the results:

    1st Armed Exhibition
    2nd Place Color Guard
    2nd Place Armed Regulation

    3rd Place Armed Inspection 
    6th Place IDD (Individual Drill Down) - Molly Handley



    “This is the second year in a row our Armed Exhibition Team finished 1st overall,” said Col. (R) Charles Williams, JROTC senior Army instructor. “The other event results are an improvement from last year’s results. The Blue Springs and Smith Cotton drill meets are the most competitive Drill Competitions we attend.  This was a great practice run for Army Drill Nationals.”


    The U.S. Army Cadet Command Drill National Championships will be held March 30 – April 2 in Louisville, KY.



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  • The Waynesville Career Center has announced its SkillsUSA District winners. They are as follows: 


    Crocker High School

    Michaelangelo Arnold 1st Written Television Production

    Caleb McMurtrey 2nd Written Residential Wiring

    Kelsie Shoemaker 3rd Culinary Arts, 4th Written Culinary Arts

    Jordan Harmon 3rd Written HVAC


    Dixon High School 

    Kjella Page 1st Ad Design 2ND Bulletin Board

    Beau Whittle 1st Telecommunications Cabling

    Kaylee Dunnagan 1st Culinary Arts, 2nd Written Culinary Arts

    Khale Hoard 2nd Telecommunications Cabling

    Maggy Lloyd 3rd Ad Design

    Colton Baker 1st Welding Fab 


    Iberia High School 

    Donna Doria 1st Pin Design

    Cailey Lochert 1st T-shirt Design

    Ritamae Jones 3rd Pin Design

    Kaitlynn Twyman 3rd Written Television Production

    Jasper Blankenship 1st Welding Fab 

    Kember Frisbie Straight to state

    Rankin Plemmons Straight to state

    Bryan Johnson Straight to state


    Laquey High School

    David Miller 1st Internetworking

    Faith Long 1st Written Cosmetology

    Angela Jones 2ND Job Interview

    Lydia Watson 2nd Written Cosmetology

    Xander Veroneau 3RD Written Restaurant Service


    Newburg High School

    Hunter Yowell 2nd Bulletin Board

    Seth Grisham 1st Welding Fab

    Jonathan Russell Straight to state

    Nichole Wilhelm Straight to state

    Jakob Berry Straight to state


    Plato High School

    Dana VanWolput 1st Written Restaurant Service, 1st Restaurant Service

    Jordan Washburn 2nd Bulletin Board

    Katlyn Foster 2nd Written Graphic 

    Communications, 2nd Screen Printing

    Austin Harrison 2nd Written HVAC, 2nd HVAC

    Jolynn Meenan Straight to state


    Richland High School

    Justin Hobaugh 1st Automotive Service

    Nikolette Garrett 1st Extemporaneous Speech

    Matthew Vire 1st Welding

    Dalton Fisher 3rd HVAC




    Waynesville High School

    Lane Schooley 1ST Computer Programming

    Javonni Barlow 1st Written Commercial Baking

    Kalani Ferguson 1ST Written Graphic Communications

    Evan York 1ST Welding Sculpture

    David Martin 2ND C. Maintenance

    Jordan Brech 2nd Written Commercial Baking

    Naryssa Kerr 2nd Written Cosmetology

    Aaron Pocaigue 2ND Written Television Production

    Jose Hernandez 2nd Digital Cinema

    John Lupsa 3RD Comp Maintenance

    Cameron Morey 3RD Computer Programming

    Micah Beasley 3rd Written Cosmetology

    Chad Doyle Straight to state

    Dashawn Griffin Straight to state

    Vanessa Guzman-Slater Straight to state

    Baili Holt Straight to state

    Jedaiah Ghumm Straight to state

    Noah Kirsch Straight to state

    Ocean Hubbard Straight to state

    Malcolm Lunceford Straight to state

    Sean O Connor 2nd Digital Cinema

    Kayla Williams 2nd Written Restaurant Service

    Triston Garrido Straight to state

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  • House #38, 102 Highland Woods, Waynesville, Missouri


    Waynesville Career Center students have put something special into the single-story, all-brick house that’s for sale at 102 Highland Woods in Waynesville:  Tiger Pride.  

    “Whoever purchases this home gets far more than brick and mortar, they get students’ pride of workmanship,” says Clinton Jarrett, construction technology instructor. “Students have to keep doing something until they get it right and that’s what sets this house apart from all of the others.”

    WCC students in the construction technology, HVAC and masonry programs spent two years constructing the home and are quick to point out how well built it is, how they took their time and how an instructor ensured that everything was done correctly.

    “Now, it’s time to sell this house so our WCC students can focus on the new house they are building,” says Dr. Chris Berger, assistant superintendent of operational services.

    The house’s highlights include an open concept kitchen and living room with the fireplace’s stonework reaching to the top of the vaulted ceiling. The cherry-stained kitchen bar island showcases masonry work below as well. Stainless steel appliances finish off the room’s upscale look.


    The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities in the bid process.




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