Satellite program students inducted into National Technical Honor Society
Nearly 40 students from Eastland-Fairfield’s five satellite programs were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society Tues., April 5 at Clark Hall.
To be eligible for the NTHS, a student must have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 and must be enrolled in a career technical program. Other criteria used to select inductees include attendance, disciplinary record, CTSO (Career & Technical Student Organizations) membership and instructor nominations.
All inductees are involved in one of the following CTSOs: HOSA (Future Health Occupations), designed for students interested in health science and biomedical science programs; SkillsUSA, which provides educational programs, events and competitions that support career and technical education; DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America), which aims to prepares students for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management; and BPA (Business Professionals of America), for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.
Congratulations to the following students from GLHS!
- Neha Badam, bioscience technologies
- Parker Baney, architecture
- Kathryn Blowers, bioscience technologies
- Iman Faqih, bioscience technologies
- Daniel Kromer, architecture
- Sreekar Miriyala, bioscience technologies
- Jennifer Odiri, bioscience technologies
- Virag Patel, bioscience technologies
- Paul Provan, architecture
- Jessie Sharp, bioscience technologies
- Abigail Shupe, teaching professions
- Ian Slaughter, bioscience technologies
- Madison Thum, architecture
- Rachel Tuohy, teaching professions
- Claire Varney, bioscience technologies
- Aubrey Wrona, bioscience technologies