District News

  • Mordan Poised to Lead Career and Technical Center

    Dr. Ben Mordan, the new CTC director, takes over a popular program that intends to keep rising. This year, 1,331 students in grades 9-12 are enrolled in a CTC or technology education class, representing 56 percent of the State High population.

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  • CTC's Early Childhood Education Continues

    Normally, the Career and Technical Center’s Early Childhood Education program operates out of the Little Lion’s Playroom within the high school but now it continues virtually.

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  • Students Design Athletic Field House

    This spring, while work continued on finishing their new school, Architectural Drafting and Design 4 students completed their own State High projects. Seniors developed conceptual designs for a potential 81,000 square foot athletic field house.

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  • Chef Zach Lorber's culinary arts recipe for success

    The new instructor of the State High Career and Technical Center culinary arts program, Zach Lorber, seeks to blend confidence with knowledge in the kitchen and create a recipe for future success in the foodservice industry.

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  • Centre County Schools Launch CentreREADY

    This fall, the Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County joined the county’s five school districts and two career/technical institutions in launching the CentreREADY program, a collaborative initiative aimed at helping companies hire employees with desired core skills and competencies.

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