Career and Tech Outstanding Student Awards
7 Stillwater Area High School students were recognized by the 916 Career and Tech Center as "Outstanding Students" for their academic performance, professionalism, technical skills and personal growth throughout the school year. They are:
- Ethan Ekblad - Introduction to Automotive and Welding Careers
- Tayah Halleland - Nursing Assistant and Phlebotomy
- Dillon Le-Xiong - Introduction to Medical Careers and Nursing Assistant
- Kyle Och - Nursing Assistant and Phlebotomy
- Landon Smith - Automotive Technology
- Mary Thompson - Diesel Trucks and Engine Technology
- Arthur Vang - Dental Careers
Nearly 1,000 area juniors and seniors attend the 916 classes at Century College and spend the remainder of their day at their home high school taking their required core classes. The free program allows them to explore passions and careers while gaining professional skills, certifications, and in some cases, college credit.
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