PHS students accepted into selective North Tech programs
PHS students accepted into selective North Tech programs
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Twenty-two Pattonville High School students were accepted into several selective career programs at North Technical High School for the next school year. Students had to apply, interview and meet competitive admission standards for limited seats in each program.

Students will attend Pattonville High School for half a day and their North Tech programs the other half. Students chosen to participate and their programs of study are as follows:

  • Auto Body - Edwin Cortez and Carlos Silva;
  • Automotive Technology - Anthony Millikan and Andrew Schmitz;
  • Construction Innovations - Col Cornet and Dominic Way;
  • Cosmetology - Rachel Riley and Victoria Ruiz Moraila;
  • Culinary Arts - Bryan Martinez, Samaya Peterson, Jennifer Ramirez and Janiya Webster;
  • Diesel Technology - Maurice Blackmon;
  • Firefighting - Joseph Brown, Jaxon Luraschi and Jonathan Payne;
  • Health Science - Rajiah Allen;
  • Law Enforcement - Jade Standifer;
  • Sophomore Career Exploration - Douglas Beaver and Caleb Wilson;
  • Veterinary Assistant - Fatima Goree; and
  • Web and Computer Programming - Sydney Witherspoon.
Operated by the Special School District (SSD) of St. Louis County, North Tech offers 25 tuition-free, career and technical education majors which allow students to explore their career interests while earning industry certifications, as well as college and high school credit.

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Shown are some of the students who were accepted into selective programs at North Technical High School. Students will take classes at both Pattonville and North Tech.