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Four NT Students Inducted Into National Technical Honor Society

Congratulations to four of our North Tonawanda High School students who attend the Niagara Career and Technical Education Center! They were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.

Out of all the high school students in the United States, the National Technical Honor Society students who receive this honor comprise 1.6 percent of that population. For staff at the Orleans/Niagara BOCES center, they represent the four pillars of the National Technical Honor Society: Scholarship, leadership, service and character.

The students were honored at the Orleans/Niagara BOCES' technical education center with their certificates in front of classmates. The students had to maintain an 89.5 grade average in their career and technical education programs and an 84.5 average at their high schools, have superior attendance, exemplary behavior, be a member in good standing with SkillsUSA and have a recommendation from a faculty member. 

Congratulations go to: Daniel Zea who attends the Web and Game Development program, Braeden Dempsey who attends the Automotive Technology program, Aden Spina who attends the Electricity/Electronics program and Kelsey Zalewski who attends the Security and Law Enforcement program.

Student with certificate

Above: Daniel Zea with his Web and Game Development teacher Michelle LeFauve.

Student with certificate

Above: Aden Spina

Student with certificate

Above: Kelsey Zalewski with her Security and Law Enforcement teacher Jess Traver.

Student with certificate

Above: Braeden Dempsey