Career & Technical Education
Career and Technical Education courses offered at Barbers Hill ISD include:
- Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
- Architecture and Construction
- Arts, A/V Technology and Communications
- Business, Finance and Information Technology
- Health Science
- Human Services
- Law Enforcement
- Manufacturing - Dual Process Technology
- Transportation at GCCISD Stuart Career Center
Scholarships for Goose Creek ISD and Barbers Hill ISD High School Students Program Document
Enterprise Products will provide up to 2 two-year scholarships in 2013, 3 two-year scholarships in 2014 and 4 two-year scholarships in 2015 and subsequent years to high school seniors who pursue a Certificate of Completion or an Associate’s of Applied Science Degree in one of the following career paths:
- Electrical Technology
- Process Technology
- Analyzer Technology
- Industrial Systems –Machining/Millwright
Process Technology, Instrumentation Technology and Electrical Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree Majors
Chevron Phillips Chemical Co will present Lee College with a gift of $75,000. A portion of that gift - $10,000 - will be allocated to the process, instrumentation and electrical technology programs to purchase needed equipment and/or supplies.
The remaining $65,000 will be allocated to the Lee College Foundation to be used for scholarships for Process Technology, Instrumentation Technology and Electrical Technology Associate of Applied Science degree majors. The scholarships will serve as a recruiting tool for students and will provide a pipeline for internships and/or employment to help fill the local industry's workforce development needs. Chevron Phillips Chemical requests that these funds be used over a four-year period and for that reason, the Lee College Foundation suggests the $65,000 be put in a quasi-endowment so that earnings will accrue on the unused portion of the funds.
Koch Pipeline Company, L.P.
Outstanding Student Scholarship Program
Koch Pipeline Company will be sponsoring an Outstanding Student Scholarship Program to recognize and encourage Port Arthur-area high school students who are participating in an FFA program and excelling in math, science or trades and crafts required for positions in the local refining and petrochemical industries. The scholarship program will award $1,500 each to 12 area students during the 2013/2014 school year that are performing at or near their best potential and who display qualities such as leadership, character, self-motivation and a strong work ethic.
CTE Coordinator - Barbers Hill High School
Lead PTAC Instructor - Lee College
Senior Business Consultant - Workforce Solutions Employer Service Division
Counselor - Barbers Hill High School