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The Apprentice School

The Apprentice School (also known as Newport News Apprentice School) is a four-year apprenticeship vocational school founded and operated by Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company in Newport News in the U.S. state of Virginia. The school trains students for careers in the shipbuilding industry. It is not a traditional college in that it does not grant degrees � associate's degrees earned by students in the program are earned through Thomas Nelson Community College � but it does compete athletically with other small colleges.

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Location

Address
4101 Washington Ave.
City
Newport News
State
VA
Zip/Post Code
23607-2704

Contact Information

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Fax
Website
Financial Aid Website

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
137
In State Tuition Fees
6120
Out State Tuition Fees
6120
Male Female Ratio
40:60
Student Faculty Ratio
13:01

Additional Information

College Type
Public
Religious Affiliation
N/A
Campus Housing
No
Mission Statement
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Mascot
Builders
Colors
Maroon And Gold And Black
Conference
USCAA

College History

History

The school was established on July 1, 1919 by issue of Executive Order No. 24 at�Newport News Shipbuilding�& Dry Dock Company, signed by�General manager�Homer L. Ferguson.

College Specialty

Specialty

1. Enhance the craft training, academic and leadership development of student-athletes. 2. Stimulate a lasting attitude of leadership, discipline, sportsmanship, teamwork, ethical conduct, social responsibility and integrity. 3. Promote student-athlete success in the Apprenticeship Program from start to finish and beyond in an environment that enables continuous learning, professional development, career preparation, the integration of personal and professional commitments, opportunities for advancement, and the attainment of maximum performance.

Campus

Campus

Urban/Shipyard

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