NHCS CTE Department to Hold National Technical Honor
Society Induction Ceremony
On Monday, November 23, 2015, the Career Technical Education
Department of New Hanover County Schools will conduct a
county-wide induction ceremony of students into the National
Technical Honor Society (NTHS). Current and new members will be
representing Ashley, Hoggard, Laney, New Hanover High Schools
and Wilmington Early College high schools. The induction will
take place at 6:30 p.m. in the Roland-Grise Middle School
Auditorium, 4412 Lake Avenue.
The purpose of the National Technical Honor Society is to
recognize and honor student excellence in career and technical
programs. Students are encouraged to reach for higher levels of
scholastic achievement, develop self-esteem and personal pride.
The National Technical Honor Society also promotes critical
work-place values, skill development, honesty, responsibility,
community service, scholarship, citizenship, and leadership
within its members. Through this organization, the members
cultivate a desire for personal excellence and success in
today’s highly competitive workplace.
To be eligible for membership, students must be a junior or
senior currently enrolled in or have completed a level two
course or concentration in a Career Technical Education
cluster/pathway. Students must have an overall unweighted GPA of
3.25 and a 3.50 unweighted GPA in their chosen Career and
Technical Education cluster/pathway courses.
The National Technical Honor Society is dedicated to providing
an organization committed to seeking highly motivated students,
demonstrating excellence in Career and Technical skilled areas,
as members without regards to religion, race, color, gender,
national or ethnic origin, disability, or age.