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9450 Spencer Road
Leroy, WV 25252
(304) 372 7335
Fax: (304) 372 7336
Mon - Fri : 8am - 4pm
  • CAD Software


    Students in the drafting class use the latest in computer aided drafting (CAD) software.

  • RJTC Welding Program


    A welding student practices for their welding certification exam.

  • Boggs Fork Church


    Drafting students from Roane County designed the new Boggs Fork Church using the Autodesk Revit software.

  • RJTC Welding Student


    A welding student uses a handheld grinder to finish a welding project.

  • Roane-Jackson Technical Center Google Earth Model


    A 3D model of RJTC's building D created by a Drafting student using Google SketchUp and imported into Google Earth.

  • Cedar Lakes Winterfest Carousel Project


    A student from the welding program uses a cutting torch to begin the refurbishing of a Cedar Lakes Winterfest Christmas display.

  • West Ripley Baptist Church Blueprints


    A Ripley high school student created the floor plans for the West Ripley Baptist Church parsonage house.

  • Track Torch


    Welding students use the track torch to cut coupons.

  • K'Nex 3D Modeling


    A K'Nex roller coaster car designed using AutoCAD.

  • Welding Hopper Project


    Students finish the base of the scrap metal hopper that will be used in the welding shop.

  • Balsa Wood Bridge Design


    A Drafting student's balsa wood bridge is ready to load test.

  • Welding Project


    Students weld brackets for the casters that support the carousel's turntable. The project was built for Cedar Lakes annual Winterfest light show.

RJTC 40th Anniversary Celebration
Roane-Jackson Technical Center, formerly known as Arch Moore Vocational School, will be hosting a 40th Anniversary Celebration on April 24, 2014. The event will begin at 5:30 with a dinner for former employees in Raymon Cunningham Hall. The student alumni and the general public will be welcomed at 6:30 for an Open House.

The Center opened for students in September, 1973. Over the past 40 years we have grown and adapted to meet the needs of our students and the ever evolving workforce. Today, RJTC proudly serves nearly 500 students from Roane and Jackson Counties. We currently offer 16 secondary programs and two adult programs.

For more information about the 40th Anniversary Celebration please contact us at 304-372-7335.


Enroll Today
Medical Office Technology is now enrolling students for the 2011-2012 school year.  Adults wishing to pursue a career in the medical fields of office management, medical billing, or data entry will benefit from the comprehensive one year program.  Prospective students must have a high school diploma or a GED and complete an application (click here for application).  Financial aid is available for those who qualify.  For more information email Admissions or contact Monica Gibson or Lea Ann Puckett at 304-372-7335.


Blood Drive
The Health Occupations class is sponsoring an American Red Cross blood drive, Thursday, May 8, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The blood drive will be held in Cunningham Hall at Roane-Jackson Technical Center and is open to students, staff, and community members. To sign-up or for more information please contact Mrs. Young at 304-372-7335 or visit American Red Cross.


Tech Talk
Find out what's happening at Roane-Jackson Technical Center with the latest issue of Tech Talk. If you missed an issue be sure to check out the archives at http://bit.ly/VDuoe7.


LPN Entrance Exam
The LPN program will begin testing applicants for the 2014-2015 class. Prospective students must pass the basic math and reading test with a 60% or better. Testing fee is $50.00. Click here for test dates and times. To register please contact Mrs. Gibson at 304-372-7335.
The Roane-Jackson Technical Center does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, disability, age,
or national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its educational programs and activities. Inquiries may be
directed to Ben Cummings, Title IX Coordinator, or Todd Layhew, Section 504 Coordinator, Roane-Jackson Technical Center,
9450 Spencer Road, Leroy, WV 252529700 or to the Department of Education?s Director of the Office for Civil Rights.
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