HCC Seniors Receive Certificates May 25

HCC Seniors Receive Certificates May 25

HCC Seniors Receive Certificates May 25

Wed, May 25th, 2016

Harrison Career Center students were honored during the annual Senior Certificate and Awards Presentation held May 25 in the school cafeteria.

Scholarship, attendance, outstanding career-technical student awards and career-technical certificates were presented to graduating seniors.

Seniors that were recognized for completing their career-technical program were:

AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS: Donovan Greene, Max Hall (Career-Technical Honors Award), Dirk Harkins, Gary McAfee, William Miser, Brandon Nelson (perfect attendance four years), Donald Rogers, Zachary Smith, Colt Toto, Jacob Williams and Cashton Zatta.

HOSPITALITY & FACILITY CARE SERVICES: Jessica Nabb (Career-Technical Honors Award), Darrell Plotts and Dakota Ross.

MARKETING: Bree Laizure and Debra Perry.

VISUAL GRAPHICS & WEB DESIGN: Stacie Eckley (Top Honor Student, Career-Technical Honors Award, co-top English award, co-top mathematics award), Devon Fife and Seth Thompson.

WELDING: Joseph Berdine, Mark Cameron, Xavier Campbell, Aaron Collins, Gregory Collins, Aaron Conrad (Career-Technical Honors Award, co-top English award, co-top mathematics award, top science award, top social studies award), Dakota Cyrus, Zackery DiLoreto (co-top mathematics award), Jarrett Edwards, Kendall Johnson, Layne Logsdon, David McCombs and Christin Shoemaker.

Pictured above: These students all received Career-Technical Honors Awards. They were recognized for being the best students in their individual programs. From left, are Stacie Eckley, Visual Graphics & Web Design; Jessica Nabb, Hospitality & Facility Care Services; Max Hall, Agricultural Mechanics; Aaron Conrad, Welding; and Debbie Kenny, BHVSD board vice president, Harrison Hills.

Pictured below: Stacie Eckley - Top Honor Student.

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Stacie Eckley - Top Honor Student

Stacie Eckley - Top Honor Student

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