NTHS

 National Technical Honor Society

The National Technical Honor Society is a non-profit, honor organization for students enrolled in technology center programs. The purpose of NTHS is to promote service, leadership, honesty, career development, and skilled workmanship; to reward student achievement; to encourage and assist student educational and career goal setting; to promote a stronger linkage between local technical institutions and business and industry; and to promote the image of technical education in America.

LTC inducted 60 new members into the National Technical Honor Society for 2018-2019.  The ceremony took place on November 2, 2018. We are very proud of these students for meeting the criteria to join our LTC chapter. Criteria includes: an overall minimum GPA of 3.5 and an A (90) average in all LTC courses and be an LTC CTE Completer.  We would like to congratulate our new members:

Hoda Abdalla, Cameron Beckum, Justin Borden, Bethany Boyd, Michael Burkett, Mark Burns, Hunter Cannon, Gracen Chambless, Grace Chinners, Fernando Correa, Emily Craigmyle, Martin Craps, Chezney Crosby, William Edwards, Bradley Foulks, Chase Hyman, Kasey Jones, Ashlyn Keisler, John Kelliher, Jeffery Kindle, Shannon King, Ethan Kitts, Brandon LeBlanc, Celeste Littrup, Alexia Lockart, Elizabeth Malejko, Melina Marsh, Samuel Martin, Daniel Mathias, Elizabeth McCormick, Caroline McGee, Victoria McGee, Matthew Miller, Rachel Mims, Tyler Myers, Ashley Palada, Jessica Patrick, Katherine Pearce, Kristina Peay, Raul Perez, Savannah Popenhagen, Lauren Raines, Cooper Reynolds, Dennis Rowe, Nathan Seigler, Kevin Shah, Sallie Shealy, Griffin Sisk, Braeden Slater, Maddlyn Stabler, Sophia Stackley, Connor Still, Alexis Wack, James Walsh, Justin Wilcher, Abigail Wilson, Logan Wilson, Courtney Wisniewski, and Jayden Young.