July 4, 2022

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Henderson County Public Schools recognizes 60 Career & Technical Education Scholars

North Henderson's CTE Scholars.
Hendersonville High's CTE Scholars.
East Henderson's CTE Scholars.

HENDERSONVILLE — The 24th Career & Technical Education Scholars’ Reception sponsored by Pardee UNC Health Care recognized 60 graduating CTE students Wednesday for their academic mastery in Career & Technical Education courses.

Each scholar is a CTE Concentrator as defined by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, having earned two or more technical credits in a Career Cluster Pathway, at least one of which is a completer course. Additionally, each CTE Scholar maintained a 3.25 GPA in CTE courses and an overall 3.0 GPA, and received three teacher recommendations for the honor.

The CTE Scholars also currently participate as active members of their related CTE student organizations, including Future Business Leaders of America; Family, Career, Community Leaders of America; Future Farmers of America; Health Occupations Students of America; Distributive Education Clubs of America; SkillsUSA; and the Technology Student Association.