Central Westmoreland Career and Technical Center
As one of the members of the Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center, Norwin is able to offer its students a wide variety of vocational and technical experiences. Students who choose to enroll and are accepted spend one half of their school day at Norwin, where they take subjects to meet normal academic requirements, and the other half of their day pursuing their specialty at CWCTC. These students are preparing for the world of work and/or continued education in technical skills.
More information in regards to the Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center can be found at www.cwctc.org.
Programs available at Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center
|Computer Technical Studies||Construction||Creative Studies||Health/Safety Studies||Manufacturing||
|Computer & Information Science||Construction Trades||Cosmetology||Health Occupations Technology||Machines Trade Technology||Automotive Collision Technology|
|Robotics Engineering||Electrical Technology||Culinary Arts||Protective Services||Welding and Metal Fabrication||Automotive Technology|
|HVAC & Steamfitting||Multimedia Design Technology||Sports Medicine||Service Occupations|
|Restoration and Design|
CWCTC Presentation to 9th grade students
Mr. Alexander Novikoff visited with our 9th grade students in December to discuss opportunities available at CWCTC.
CWCTC Tour Date and Field Trip Permission Slip
9th grade students had the opportunity to tour Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center. The CWCTC field trip was in January 2022. Information about this field trip was sent via Skyward Messenger to parents.
In order to attend CWCTC, students must complete an application for CWCTC and return it to the Guidance Office. The application will be made available after the field trip to CWCTC. Counselors will notify students about their acceptance status once information is received from CWCTC.