Congratulations to the Cape May Tech Governor's Educator of the Year, Ms. Madeline Craig and our Educational Services Professional of the year, Mr. Andrew Egnor.
Six county vocational-technical schools were recently named recipients of second-round Career and Technical Education expansion grants totaling about $37 million.
Cape Tech’s Chapter of SkillsUSA takes home the Gold from the Medal Awards Presentation held on April 27 at Gloucester County Institute of Technology (GCIT). Cape Tech’s first place finishers are the best in the State.
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.
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.
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.
On March 25, twenty-four 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 3.6, demonstrated leadership, service, scholarship, and character qualities.