High School News
ACWHCC congratulates senior students in the Cosmetology program who participated in the Ohio Association of Beauticians, Inc. Competition in Columbus on Nov. 25th. Winning second place in the Fantasy Body Art Competition was Rheanna Glass (West Holmes High School) with her model Kayla Evege (Ashland High School). In the Consumer Day Wear category, Stylist Sara Roberts (Ashland High School) took third place with her model Hope Thomas (Ashland High School). Brooke Trivette (Hillsdale) and Shawna May (West Holmes High School) also received a third place in the Ladies Team Competition with their model Haley Wheeler (Mapleton).
Juniors in the Auto Technology program provided some community service by helping to set up for United Way's December “Holiday Happenings” at the Water’s Edge Event Center. For more photos, click High School Programs/Auto Technology/Photo Gallery.
Eight-graders from area schools spent some of their pre-Thanksgiving vacation time visiting and learning firsthand about ACWHCC career-technical programs. When they are sophomores, these same students will have the option of choosing to attend ACWHCC as juniors to pursue a vocation that can put them ahead of the pack in the world of work or higher technical education. ACWHCC students took the lead for demonstrations in their respective areas of study. Photo: Some 8th graders get a peek at the Auto Body Technology paint booth in action. For more photos, click Photo Gallery.
When ACWHCC's Construction Trades program at West Holmes High School needed some extra bodies, who'd they call? ACWHCC's (on campus) Construction Technology program, of course. Construction Tech teacher John Staats volunteered his students to help raise the trusses on the West Holmes house so students there can get the house under roof before winter sets in. For more photos of the day's work, click High School Programs/Construction Tech/Photo Gallery or Constuction Trades/Photo Gallery.
ACWHCC's Auto Body Technology program is helping some children to have a merrier Christmas. Students in the program have been asked to strip and repaint donated bikes which then will be reassembled and distributed to underprivileged area children. The first six bikes have arrived at the school and, if all goes well, more could be in the offing.
Students in the Auto Technology program again are teaming with Armstrong Utilities of Ashland in a Christmas canned food drive for charity. The drive will pit ACWHCC programs against each other as they vie to deliver the most canned food in order to receive a free meal in ACWHCC's Pendulum Restaurant as a reward. The drive will be held between November 4th and Dec. 13th. Photo: Last year's Auto Tech students pose with the ladies from Early Childhood Education who won the contest.
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