Central Nine Career Center has recently started a chapter of National Technical Honor Society. The National Technical Honor Society is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education.
Central Nine NTHS members have given over 2,000 hours of their time this school year tutoring other students, to help them become successful.
Please see below for distinguished students that were inducted into the Central Nine Chapter of NTHS for the 2016-2017 school year.
Sarah Scott– Franklin Community High School / Advanced Culinary Arts
“I am a senior and in my second year as an NTHS member. I would like to be considered for President of the C-9 chapter of NTHS because I believe I can excel and be an excellent leader to my fellow classmates. I have experience as the Vice-President of fund raising in FCCLA and feel that I have adapted well to those leadership skills and responsibilities.”
Nick Adams-Motley – Franklin Central High School / Advanced Culinary Arts Program
“I am a senior in my second year as an NTHS member. I would like to be Vice-President for the C-9 NTHS chapter. I have devoted my time and energy to this program and want to further ensure the success of the C-9 chapter. I am well engaged with C-9, my fellow classmates, and look forward to helping better our school and program.”
Bayleigh Jones – Whiteland Community High School / Veterinary Careers Program
“I am a junior in my first year as an NTHS member. I would love to be involved in NTHS, not just as a member, but as a leader. This would also be a way for me to get to know other members of NTHS.”
Abbie Murray – Whiteland High School / Medical Assisting Program
“I am a senior in my first year as an NTHS member. I would like to be considered for Treasurer because I would like to be more involved with NTHS. I have been part of the student government at my home school, but had to stop because of coming to C-9. I loved being more involved with the student council and I would like to be able to be part of the chapter officers at C-9.”