Career & Technical Education
The best of woodworking’s next generation were celebrated recently at the 2011 Fresh Wood Student Competition in Las Vegas, NV. This is an industry-sponsored event that is intended for serious woodworking students who are anticipating a career in the wood and related industries.
Cedar Ridge H.S. woodworking students were chosen as finalists and competed for top awards. Congratulations to (from L-R) Cole Leesnitzer, Third Place (table category); Eli Shultz, First Place (case goods category) and Tyler Spierdowis, Second Place (case goods category). Their instructor, Keith Yow, was honored as this year’s Freshwood Outstanding Instructor.
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outstanding student furniture projects.
On October 21, Orange High School inducted 16 new members into the National Tech Honor Society.
Montrey DeLoatch has an opportunity to help shape North Carolina’s educational policies in a way few students ever can.
Gov. Bev Perdue recently named DeLoatch, a junior at Orange High School, a student advisor to the state Board of Education. - Read More
On October 1st, Orange High Ag Dept. held their annual Ag Day for the school student’s. Machinery, farm animals, robots and much more were on display. Check it out! View the slideshow.