ENGLEWOOOD – Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) inducted 92 students into National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) on Sunday, March 19, 2017. The NTHS students, as well as their honored educators from MVCTC and their partner school district, were recognized in a ceremony at MVCTC in front of family and friends.
Students are selected for NTHS based on the following requirements: a 3.75-grade point average or higher, 97 percent attendance, passed all parts of the Ohio Graduation Test and instructor recommendations. Each of the 2017 inductees is the recipient of a $500 scholarship made possible by the MVCTC Education Foundation.
- Cheyenne Bentley enrolled in the Biotechnology program at MVCTC chose to honor as her most significant educators, Jeff Toms (Science Instructor) and Bob Dadey from Vandalia-Butler. Cheyenne is the daughter of David Bentley of Tipp City and Darla Purvis of Vandalia.
- Evan Mowery enrolled in the Welding program at MVCTC chose to honor as his most significant educators, Kelley Marker (Welding Instructor) and Steven Stalter from Vandalia-Butler. Evan is the son of Mark and Chrystal Hohn of Dayton.
- Hannah Walters enrolled in the Veterinary Science program at MVCTC chose to honor as her most significant educators, Dr. Christa Nealeigh (Veterinary Science Instructor) and Farhat Khan from Vandalia-Butler. Hannah is the daughter of Joseph and Carmon Walters of Vandalia.
For more information about MVCTC, please visit www.mvctc.com.