A Workforce Trained To Meet
Your Needs

More and more, a trained workforce is becoming a critical necessity when companies are considering locating a new facility or business in a targeted city. The Medina Valley High School in Castroville is well aware of the importance of training students to meet today’s workforce needs.

In addition, companies looking to locate to Castroville can call on the South Texas Regional Training Center for additional vocational training.

Both are important sources you can rely on to fulfill your workforce needs.


Students designing a device that takes aerial photos of potential disaster sites.

Cyber Patriots Program
This program is designed to promote cyber awareness & teaches computer security practices & how to defend against cyber attacks.

Testing of an aerial photography weather balloon.


CyberStart America
CyberStart America is a free national program for students to master cybersecurity as a gateway to the industry, up their digital skills, and compete for college scholarships.

Welding 1 Certification Starting 2019

Engineering students designing a high-rise hotel to resist earthquakes.

Medina Valley’s unique CTE (Career Technology Education) Program
The program was developed to introduce students to a variety of career opportunities upon graduating. The CTE Program focuses on courses including technology, science, engineering, mathematics, architecture and construction, agricultural and metal technology. Classes include electrical wiring, plumbing, carpentry, concrete and metal working.

South Texas Regional Training Center

The South Texas Regional Training Center
The regional training center was created to benefit Medina County and businesses looking to locate in Medina county, and in cities like Castroville.

Vocational training classes include: Truck Driving with CDL certification, a Heavy Equipment Certification Program, Welding, Air-Conditioning & Repair, Electrical and Medical Training to name just a few.

For more information on all the classes offered, go to: