The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center recently inducted the school’s largest class into the National Technical Honor Society, welcoming 54 students into the society.
To be inducted, students must meet the criteria of membership, which includes having ath least a 3.5 GPA, meeting attendance requirements, and having the approval and recommendation of instructional staff.
NTHS is an organization devoted to the recognition of student achievement in career and technical education. Members of NTHS hold seven attributes: skill, honesty, service, responsibility, scholarship, citizenship and leadership.
“This is an outstanding group of men and women,” commented Ryan Gilbert, advisor of NTHS,
“They are leaders and remain involved in extracurricular activities and community service. I’m proud to be the advisor to such a well-rounded group of students.”
After the induction ceremony, students and their parents and teachers celebrated during a lunch in the Sloan Inn catered by the Culinary Arts students.
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