The Barberton High School Cosmetology students attended the International Hair and Beauty Expo. The Advancement to Nursing attended American Red Cross of Greater New York and Body World Exhibit. During the visit the students toured ground zero, Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty.
Congratulations to the following Business Management students who qualified in their respective contests! Business Management is taught by Mrs. Ledman at Barberton High School. These students will compete at the Business Professionals of America State Competition in Columbus on March 13-14.
Please congratulate the ENTIRE Senior Advancement to Nursing Class who passed their State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) Exam! These students will now intern at Summa Barberton Hospital during their class time.
Their scores on both the written and skilled test were outstanding!
Students from the Carpentry Program, housed at Wadsworth High School, recently remodeled the Gazebo in the Wadworth town square. Students replaced the flooring, skirting, and steps. The gazebo was originally built in 1973 by the Carpentry Program students.
If you are enrolled in a program at Wadsworth (Auto, Carpentry, Engineering Design, Web Design, Media Communications, or Medical Assisting ) you are required to begin attending your program on Aug. 21. You will pick up the Compact bus at your home school. You are responsible for your own transportation to and from your home school.
Barberton High School Marketing (DECA) students Janel Mitchell & Jana Sawalma who placed third in the State in Sports & Entertainment Business Operations Research at the DECA Career Development Conference over the weekend and will represent BHS at the National Competition in Anaheim, CA in April.
Students from Advancement to Nursing working with Mr. Calvert, BHS science teacher, performing DNA testing from Laurel Southard (Director of Undergraduate Research, Director Cornell Institute for Biology Teachers). Mr. Calvert made this happen for our nursing students!
For the third year in a row, ALL senior students in the Advancement to Nursing program located at Barberton High School passed both the written and skilled exam and are now Certified State Tested Nurse Assistants! Congratulations to our students and instructors as they continue to have great success in the program!
Advancement to Nursing graduate Leah Sonntag (left) and 2 current senior Advancement to Nursing students (middle: Ashton Weber, right: Chelsea Kennedy) had the opportunity to work together recently. Leah graduated from our program in 2007. She attended the University of Akron College of Nursing and she did her clinicals at Summa Barberton Hospital. After graduat