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NTHS's Annual Ceremony Highlights Outstanding Students!

NTHS's Annual Ceremony Highlights Outstanding Students!

Juniors and seniors were recognized by the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) on February 2, 2024, in an annual ceremony during the school day. A total of 36 students were acknowledged for their outstanding achievements.

Inductees

Each inductee submitted an NTHS application, resume, and cover letter, explaining how the seven key attributes of NTHS apply to them. The key attributes include Skill, Scholarship, Honesty, Responsibility, Service, Leadership, and Citizenship.

  • Earn a 3.0 or higher GPA overall
  • Earn a 3.5 GPA within their career-tech lab program
  • A, B, or C grades
  • Attendance record free from unexcused absences
  • School record free from out-of-school suspension

Meet the Inductees

  • Jaime Botello - Electrical Trades senior from Tecumseh High School
  • Dustin Camp - Computer Graphic Arts junior from Kenton Ridge High School
  • Garrett Chadwell - Welding & Fabrication junior from Northeastern High School
  • Owen Deere - Applied Engineering & Manufacturing junior from Northwestern High School
  • Naomi Eggleston - Forestry & Park Management senior from Tecumseh High School
  • Christy Foster - Veterinary Science junior from GlSA
  • Morgan Furnas - Engineering & Architectural Design junior from Springfield High School
  • Joclynn Keeton - Medical Assisting junior from Northwestern High School
  • Julianne Lookabaugh - Digital Media Design junior from Springfield High School
  • Dymandje Luxama - Early Childhood Education senior from Springfield High School
  • Jade McDavid - Digital Media Design junior from Springfield High School
  • Xzavyier Mines - Engineering & Architectural Design senior from Springfield High School
  • Ethan Moore - Heating & Air Technology junior from Tecumseh High School
  • Hailey Neer - Computer Graphic Arts junior from Northeastern
  • Meghan Rosenbaum - Veterinary Science junior for CTC
  • Karen Sanchez - Emergency Medical Technician senior from Tecumseh
  • Mason Saulnier - Software Programming Technologies senior from Tecumseh High School
  • Clayton Shumway - Cyber Security & Computer Networking junior from Northwestern
  • Kathleen Smith - Cyber Security & Computer Networking junior from Tecumseh
  • Addison Thomas - Education Exploration junior from Tecumseh High School
  • Kyleigh VanDyne - Veterinary Science junior from Shawnee High School
  • Sarah Watkins - Veterinary Science junior from Kenton Ridge High School
  • Ronan Weaver - Computer Graphic Arts junior from Tecumseh High School
  • Shelsey Wolford - Digital Media Design junior from Kenton Ridge High School
  • Lily Writesel - Criminal Justice senior from Northeastern High School

Exemplary Service Pins

  • Anthony Caruso - Electrical Trades senior from Shawnee High School
  • Corey Conley - Applied Engineering & Manufacturing senior from Springfield High School
  • Selena Cruz - Cosmetology junior from Tecumseh High School
  • Cole Griffith - Cyber Security & Networking senior from Tecumseh High School
  • Caitlyn Leonard - Computer Graphic Arts senior from Shawnee High School
  • Susanna Lopez-Aguirre - Engineering & Architectural Design senior from Tecumseh
  • Ella McLean - Veterinary Science senior from Greenon High School
  • Andrea Mendoza - Medical Assisting senior from Tecumseh High School
  • Tia Morris - Emergency Medical Technician senior from Kenton Ridge High School
  • Mariah Parker - Cosmetology senior from Greenon High School
  • Jayla Wells - Dental Assisting senior from Southeastern High School

Second and third-year NTHS members who exhibited exemplary service to the chapter received special recognition with a pin. Exemplary service members are:

NTHS Chapter Makes a Difference

CTC’s NTHS chapter focuses on service, leadership, and citizenship through its student-run food and hygiene pantry, distributing items to the student body. The pantry coordinated and distributed 100 food and hygiene packs during the first half of the school year.

About NTHS: Connecting Education and Industry

NTHS is the honor society for career-tech education programs, recognizing over 50,000 new members annually. Since 1984, nearly 1 million students have become NTHS alumni. For more information on the NTHS chapter at CTC, visit SCCTC.org/NTHS. For more information on the national NTHS organization, visit NTHS.org.