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Career Tech Center takes project-based learning to a whole new
level. By integrating the learning environment with real-world
applications, we arm students with knowledge and experience they
can apply directly to college and career. Get started here!
KCTC is supporting the green initiative. Report cards will now be available electronically. Just sign in to your PowerSchool account to view your student's grades and attendance at any time. If you would still like to receive a paper report card, sign in to PowerSchool's parent portal and select "No" for the electronic report card under forms.
The Tech Center's Alternative Energy Program is pleased to announce that Kaleab Mamo (GR Creston HS) has been awarded the Gates Millennium Scholarship. Only 1,000 students each year receive this prestigious award. The scholarship covers all costs associated with undergraduate studies at the university of his choice. It is also renewable through graduate school in the areas of computer science, education, engineering, library science, mathematics, public health or science. Kaleab is planning to study Biochemistry at the University of Michigan.
Eight KCTC students placed in the "Top 10" at the Michigan HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) State Leadership Conference in Traverse City which was held April 11-13, 2013.
In addition, McKenzi W. earned a gold medal for Physical Therapy and Eric S. and Michele W. earned gold medals for outstanding HOSA Chapter.
These three will advance to the National Competition in Nashville this June.
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