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Students are earning certifications that are recognized worldwide

Students Earn Certification

Precision Engineering & Machining students at the Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus (A-Tech) are earning certifications that are recognized worldwide. All 17 high school students in the program recently earned NIMS certification in Measurement, Materials and Safety More +
A-Tech Robotics

A-Tech Robotics Team Hoping to Repeat as Regional Champs at Alliance for Working Together Contest

By Jan Perala
Amid flying sparks and metal crunching clashes, a radio controlled robobot, custom designed by A-Tech’s Robotics squad battled its way to a regional first place finish at the Alliance for Working Together Foundation’s Robobot Competition last year and the current A-Tech team, The Machinists, is looking to repeat the win in April with a new, innovatively designed machine. 
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Youth Philanthropy Board

Ashtabula Foundation Initiative Allows A-Tech Students to Make a Difference in Local Lives through Youth Philanthropy Board

A-Tech Philanthropy Board Students and staff pose with the grant recipients for the 2017 school year.

A-Tech held a grant presentation ceremony on Tuesday, April 25th. A-Tech’s Youth Philanthropy Board disbursed $5,000 in grants to four Ashtabula County nonprofit organizations, redirecting seed money provided by the Ashtabula Foundation.
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Ashtabula County Technical and Career Campus’ Chapter of National Honor Society Inducts New Members

On April 19th, Parents, grandparents, friends, teachers and school administrators paid tribute to A-Tech’s most accomplished students at a recent National Honor Society induction ceremony where eight students were formally installed as members of the organization. National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s most venerable recognition society for secondary school students, and those selected for membership personify the four tenets of the organization: character, scholarship, leadership and service. More +
Katie Park

A-Tech Visual Design & Imaging Senior Wins “Why 21?” Design Contest

April is Alcohol Awareness month and Katie Park, Ashtabula County Prevention Coalition Coordinator, approached Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus (A-Tech) Visual Design & Imaging (VDI) program to help promote a “Why 21?” Campaign. More +
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