RTC and College Dual Enrollment
The Richmond Technical Center coordinates dual enrollment courses through Reynolds Community College (RCC). Students receive both high school and college credits for each designated dual enrollment course. Richmond Public Schools pays the tuition for all courses.
Students register for dual enrollment courses at the beginning of each school year and attend dual enrollment classes at the Richmond Technical Center during their regularly scheduled class times.
Dual Enrollment Programs at RTC
A two-year program where students are introduced to the legal foundations and processes, and the principles, techniques, and practices for exploring careers within the criminal justice system. Students may actively participate in a student leadership organization, SkillsUSA. Uniforms, resources, and fees are required. Credits earned at RTC will apply to the Career Studies Certificate at Reynolds Community College.
Emergency Medical Technician
A two-year health science program where students focus on the role and responsibilities of emergency rescue workers, basic medical terminology, and health care skills. This includes first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, aseptic technique, and related anatomy and physiology. Successful completion of this program will qualify students to take the OEMS exam to become a certified EMT. Credits earned at RTC will apply to the Career Studies Certificate at Reynolds Community College.