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Outstanding Career and Technical Students at Midfield High School were honored today as the newest inductees into the National Technical Honor Society, the honor society for Career & Technical Education (CTE). Eighteen students were inducted for membership based on their skill development and academic achievement in their Career & Technical courses. Students must maintain a 3.0GPA and earn at least one credential to be inducted. This is the first year that Midfield has had the NTHS, just receiving a charter July 2022.

Since 1984, NTHS has been the honor society for CTE, serving high schools, career centers, community & technical colleges, and universities. Recognizing over 50,000 new members annually, NTHS exists to advocate for and empower all students to pursue the technical and academic skills needed to build their careers and a skilled global workforce.

Congratulations to the new inductees of the National Technical Honor Society at Midfield High School.

New Inductees: Breanna Agee, Aubrey Arnold, Dylan Battle, Kaitlyn Battle, Paris Bester, Ja’Niyah Bouyer, YaNia Brundidge, Vincent Burrell, D’Anthoni Bush, Alexander Castillo-Lopez, Karen Farias, Anthony Gamble, Damieyana Gates, Juan Marquez, Roberto Martinez Xocua, Larenz Smith, Amireyah Tompkins, Caitlyn Townes.

For more information about the Midfield High School NTHS chapter, please contact: Eureika Bishop CTE Director Ebishop@midfield.k12.al.us

To learn more about the National Technical Honor Society, visit nths.org