Work-bound high school seniors honored during CTE Signing Day

News

Thirty-two high school seniors are being recognized during the first Career and Technical Education Signing Day. 

The seniors will be entering the work force directly after graduation through the CTE program. 

They will have the option of studying a CTE-related field, or entering the military. 

Students in Fayetteville Public Schools are offered ten programs of study when in this program.

One student shares the reason behind why he decided to go to trade school after graduation. 

“I love working with my hands,” said Antaven Stephens, a senior at Fayetteville High School. “I’m not usually good at school work, homework and stuff like that — things that involve, like, school-styled work. I like being hands-[on].” 

The students were congratulated by Fayetteville Public School officials, including Superintendent Dr. John L Colbert and Principal Dr. Jay Dostal.

Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Don't Miss