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Cape Tech students among winners of state Career and Technical Education Scholar Award

Graduates William Rutherford and Alexandra Leadley were honored with the first-ever New Jersey Department of Education 2023-2024 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Scholar Award this June. The award recognized 111 outstanding New Jersey high school students and highlighted the importance of CTE in addressing the needs of business and industry for highly skilled and trained workers.

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Governor's Educator of the Year

We congratulate Tracey Skiles and Brittany Cascia for winning the Governor's Educators of the Year program. Tracey Skiles teaches our Allied Medical program and Brittany Cascia is our Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant.


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Athletic Director for Cape Tech selected for Hall of Fame

College Hall of Fame honors for former MTHS hoops star and current Cape Tech AD. Former Middle Township High School basketball star and current Cape May Tech athletic director Dave Smith has been selected for induction into the Gwynned Mercy University Athletics Hall of Fame in late September.

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SkillsUSA Students Bring Home Medals

Cape Tech’s Chapter of SkillsUSA brings home gold, bronze, and silver medals from various Career/Technical Education (CTE) competitions held throughout New Jersey. This year twenty-eight students competed in thirteen different SKILLS competitions, and eight students received medals for their NJ SkillsUSA competition.

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Osprey Nest Installation

Conserving Local Wildlife

Ms. Hanna Toft, Natural Science Technology teacher and FFA advisor, shared, “The perfect tide to complete our project is approaching.” On October 9, Toft gathered the students, equipment, materials and boat to go into the local saltmarsh and install a new osprey plaftform for the local wildlife.

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Cape Tech Wins State Grant to Expand CTE Education

Six county vocational-technical schools were recently named recipients of second-round Career and Technical Education expansion grants totaling about $37 million.

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FFA Congratulations

Congratulations to Cape Tech FFA!

1st Place in the state individually for the Agricultural Sales competition - Tyler Murnaghan. 2nd place in the state in Environmental and Natural Resources competition - Sarah Schuck, Phoebe Lanzone, Anthony Nelson and William Rutherford.


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Cape Tech Announces National Honor Society Inductees

On February 10, twenty-nine pupils from Cape May County Technical High School were inducted into the school’s James S. Kilpatrick National Honor Society. Membership requirements include a grade point average of 3.8, demonstrated leadership, service, scholarship, and character qualities.

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Derrick Etling student with CTE Success

CTE Success Story: Derrick Etling says he graduated with skills and confidence to find success as a welder

Derrick Etling, of Ocean City, said the quality of education he received at Cape May County Technical Schools (CMCTS) prepared him for a successful career as a welder.

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Tech’s HVAC/R Sustainable Energy Students Find Career Passion

On any given day at the Cape May County Technical High School, Tech student’s in Mr. Charles Weiss’ HVAC/R Sustainable Energy Program of Study are gaining ‘real-world’ skills and working to meet their postsecondary and career aspirations. The three -year program of study is designed to provide the necessary knowledge and skills for entry level career and college pathways in the foundations of Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and Green Energy Applications.

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Marsh Clean Up

Marsh Habitat Clean-Up

Waders, bibs and boots were the items for the day. Recently, Ms. Hanna Toft, Natural Science Technology teacher and FFA advisor, gathered the FFA members and headed out to the saltmarsh located behind the school for a habitat clean-up project. For additional assistance, Mr. Josh Andrewson, Agriscience & Horticulture Technology teacher, and Mr. Spencer Hughes, Natural Science Technology aide, attended and helped lead groups of students.

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