A Place to Grow

Address: 4031 Lochgelly Road, Oak Hill, WV 25901

Phone: 304-397-5085

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 6:30am to 7pm. Pre-K 8am to 2pm

Services: Children 6 weeks through 12 years old


Ansted Elementary School

Address: 27 School Street, PO Box 766, Ansted, WV 25812

Phone: 304-658-5961

Services: Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade


Collins Middle School

Address: 320 West Oyler Avenue, Oak Hill WV 25901

Phone: 304-469-3711

Services: 6th through 8th grade


Divide Elementary School

Address: 248 Propps Ridge, PO Box 180, Lookout, WV 25868

Phone: 304-574-1443

Services: Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade


Fayette County Head Start

Address: 102 Hunter Street, Oak Hill, WV 25901

Phone: 304-465-5613

Services: Preschool


Fayette Institute of Technology

Address: 300 West Oyler Avenue, Oak Hill, WV 25901

Phone: 304-469-2911

Fax: 304-469-6963

Services: A career and technical education institution serving the students from all five of Fayette County’s high schools (Oak Hill, Fayetteville, Midland Trail, Meadow Bridge, and Valley). Offering a broad spectrum of innovative, challenging technical programs that provide both secondary and adult students with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the ever-changing world of work and/or post-secondary education. 


Fayetteville PreK-8

Address: 515 West Maple Avenue, Fayetteville, WV 25840

Phone: 304-574-0560

Fax: 304-574-0118

Services: Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade


Jobs & Hope West Virginia

Phone: 1-833-784-1385

Services: Jobs & Hope WV is a beginning-to-end program that allows an individual to receive free addiction treatment while at the same time receiving free career technical education. All West Virginians are welcome to receive free additional training and certification whether you have a drug issue or not.

The process includes Treatment – Training – Workforce & Ongoing Support

  1. Individual receiving treatment for substance use disorder is determined to be ready for career training.
  2. Transition agent is assigned to each participant to conduct a needs assessment and build a personalized plan for each participant outlining education and career opportunities.
  3. If applicable, participant completes a 30-day job readiness and basic life skills training resulting in basic certifications such as food handlers card, safety/customer service and entry level hospitality. Transition agent will also assist participants wishing to earn their High School Equivalency.
  4. Participants may pursue advanced career certifications at local adult and career training centers, Community & Technical Colleges, or through programs offered by the West Virginia National Guard and Department of Transportation.
  5. WorkForce West Virginia and Division of Rehabilitation Services will collaborate to assist participant with job identification and placement.
  6. If applicable, participant receives a one-time expungement for non-violent misdemeanor offense and signs a contract as a condition of expungement to agree to regular/random drug testing.
  7. Participant enters the workforce and receives ongoing support from transition agent and/or the West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources to ensure success.


Meadow Bridge Elementary School

Address: 804 Main Street, Meadow Bridge, WV 25976

Phone: 304-484-7914

Fax: 304-484-7599

Services: Kindergarten through 6th grade


Meadow Bridge High School

Address: 870 Main Street, Meadow Bridge, WV 25976

Phone: 304-484-7917

Services: 7th grade through 12th grade


Midland Trail High School

Address: 26719 Midland Trail, Hico WV 25854

Phone: 304-658-5184

Services: 6th through 12th grade


Mt. Hope Christian Academy

Address: 296 Crossroads Drive, Mt. Hope WV 25880

Phone: 304-252-5551

Services: Kindergarten through 12th grade


New River Intermediate

Address: 262 Oyler Ave, Oak Hill, WV 25901

Phone: 304-469-6661

Services: 3rd through 5th grade


New River Primary

Address: 308 W. Oyler Avenue, Oak Hill, WV 25901

Phone: 304-469-6661

Services: Pre-K through 2nd


Oak Hill High School

Address: 350 West Oyler Avenue, Oak Hill WV 25901

Phone: 304-469-3551

Services: 9th through 12th grade


Office of Diversion and Transition Programs

Address: 4712 Robert C. Byrd Drive, Beckley, WV 25801

Phone: 304-250-6570

Services: The goal of Transition Specialists is to prepare juveniles for successful transition to public school, employment, and to life in their communities as responsible, productive citizens. The Office of Transition and Diversion Programs (ODTP) serves students who face unique educational challenges because they are placed in facilities out of their home for adjudicated and status related offenses, mental health services, or specialized medical needs. ODTP Transition Specialists work closely with these students to ensure they are able to enroll in public school or higher education, complete their high school graduation tracks, obtain employment, and develop essential skills needed to function productively in society.


Strategic Planning in Occupational Knowledge for Employment and Success (SPOKES)

Address: 134 Main Street, Oak Hill WV 25901

Phone: 304-465-8250

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Certification Overview:

  • Computer Essentials Certificate of Achievement is issued by Essential Education. This certification entails the fundamental computer skills needed to improve daily computing skills. The program educates the student by self-paced online digital literacy to learn Internet skills for college and career. Students learn to navigate software applications, operating systems, and the Internet.
  • CSM Core Skills Mastery builds the essentials of High Performance: fluent workplace math and literacy, problem solving strategies, the ability to learn on your own, attention to detail, persistence and self-reliance, and importantly self-efficiency.
  • Bring your “A” Game is an engaging curriculum for building the seven foundation workplace skills of Work Ethic. The seven skills are based on interviews with more than 1,500 national employers. The curriculum includes 65 modular experiential activities so that each trainer can focus on just the content that is most relevant to their participant’s needs.
  • IC3 Certification is a global benchmark for basic computer literacy, including operating systems, hardware, software, and networks. IC3 certification validates skills using the latest computer and Internet technology to achieve business objectives, expand productivity, improve profitability, and provide a competitive edge.
  • Customer Service Certification involves a six module course self-paced ability to learn the techniques of handling real life situations dealing in the customer service world.
  • MOS Specialist (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel allows students to differentiate with competency skills as a proven expert in Office skills. This certification demonstrates that individuals who work in positions where Office programs are used frequently, such as administrative assisting or date entry, benefit from MOS certification.
  • WIN Career Readiness Academic Certification provides all learners to have the foundation skills to be career and college ready and that all administrators are equipped with tools that allow systemic change for learns and facilitators. WIN provides developmental resources to teach employ-ability and social skills in a career context to help learns successfully transition to a career path.

West Virginia INVESTS Grant Program is a “last-dollar-in” financial aid program designed to cover the cost of basic tuition and fees for certificate or associate degree programs in specific high-demand fields, as determined by the West Virginia Department of Commerce, at a participating West Virginia public two- or four-year institution.  With 3/4 of jobs in the current economy requiring post-secondary education or training, West Virginia Invests is designed to help more West Virginians LIKE YOU earn the credentials you need to land a rewarding career right here at home.

West Virginia Invests was created by the Legislature during the 2019 regular session and will begin helping hardworking West Virginians pay for college in the 2019-20 academic year.

The program is managed by the West Virginia Council for Community and Technical College Education.

St. Peter & Paul Catholic School

Address: 123 Elmore Street, Oak Hill WV 25901

Phone: 304-465-5045

Services: Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade


Valley High School

Address: 1 Greyhound Lane, Smithers WV 25186

Phone: 304-442-8284

Services: Kindergarten through 8th grade