NTHS 2014

NTHS 2014

On September 15, 2014, the Branch Area Careers Center inducted 32 new members to the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). The NTHS is a non-profit, educational organization, founded in 1984 to reward excellence in technical and career education. Only those students who are recommended by the faculty and exhibit the qualities of skilled workmanship, honesty, responsibility, leadership, citizenship, and scholastic achievement are selected for membership.

The candle lighting ceremony incorporated the seven attributes of membership. These attributes are exemplified by the following students who were selected by the BACC as the newest inductees.

NTHS 2014 Inductees

First NameLast NameProgramHigh School
MicaylaBroomEducation AcademyBronson
SarahCronkhiteHealth AcademyBronson
SeanKennyComputer Networking TechnologyBronson
CheyanneSchlautmannHealth AcademyBronson
EricToledoComputer Networking TechnologyBronson
ChantzOwensEnvironmental Agri-ScienceBurr Oak
WidadAbdullaHealth AcademyColdwater
MariamAhmedHealth AcademyColdwater
NadiaAskarHealth AcademyColdwater
DerekCarrComputer Networking TechnologyColdwater
SamanthaDygertHealth AcademyColdwater
KarissaHarrellHealth AcademyColdwater
AdamHeathComputer Networking TechnologyColdwater
NeelyHeckmanHealth AcademyColdwater
KaitlynnKistelCriminal Justice AllianceColdwater
NicholasMacArthurElectrical TechnologiesColdwater
MackenzieMcGuireEducation AcademyColdwater
CourtneyMcHenneyBusiness Management & Marketing TechnologyColdwater
PatriciaNeelyEducation AcademyColdwater
MackenzieOstromBusiness Management & Marketing TechnologyColdwater
ValerieTorreyEducation AcademyColdwater
JessicaWeaverHealth AcademyColdwater
GavinYatesEducation AcademyColdwater
DanielFlynnEnvironmental Agri-ScienceHomeschool
EllieTolbertCollision RepairJonesville
MichaelFerrinHealth AcademyQuincy
CodyHigbeeEnvironmental Agri-ScienceQuincy
NicholasMarshallEnvironmental Agri-ScienceQuincy
AndyParrishEnvironmental Agri-ScienceQuincy
TrentlyBrownEnvironmental Agri-ScienceReading
ShelbyFowlerHealth AcademyReading
KayleighSchafferEarly EducationReading

Students are required to have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA at their home school, as well as have no more than 5 tardies or absences per semester. Also, students are required to have a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA at the BACC, as well as have no more than 5 tardies or absences per semester. These students were nominated by their BACC teachers in May of 2014 and must be members of their respective youth clubs.