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Where education meets industry, igniting potential to empower futures.

At Beaver County CTC, we are dedicated to maintaining a discrimination-free environment in all aspects of our educational programs, activities, and employment practices. We adhere to the principles of non-discrimination based on race, sex, religion, color, national origin, handicap, or limited English proficiency. This commitment aligns with the regulations set forth by Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 Regulations of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the American Disabilities Act. For information regarding accessible services, activities, programs, and facilities for individuals with disabilities or to inquire about compliance with our non-discriminatory policies, please contact the Director at 145 Poplar Avenue, Monaca, PA 15061 or by telephone at 724-728-5800. Additionally, concerns or inquiries about compliance can be directed to the Director of the Office of Civil Rights, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, D.C

Mission Statement

 

At Beaver County Career and Technology Center, we believe in the transformative power of education to shape individuals into skilled, ethical, and forward-thinking leaders. Through collaboration with experienced professionals, state-of-the-industry facilities, and a dedicated faculty providing hands-on education, we strive to instill a passion for lifelong learning and a commitment to excellence for our students. We prepare students for a career, and empower them to be leaders, innovators, and contributors to a global society driven by advanced technology in our ever-changing digital age.

Vision Statement

 

Beaver County Career and Technology Center envisions a dynamic and inclusive learning community, committed to cultivating the skills, knowledge, and resilience needed for success in the evolving global landscape by igniting potential and empowering futures.

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

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Jake
Logistics

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Piper
Greenhouse Landscaping

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Mike
Carpentry

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Mike
Culinary Arts

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Nevaeh
Masonry

FEBRUARY

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

PROGRAM

STUDENT

SCHOOL DISTRICT

Auto Technology                             Ethan Coll                             Riverside

Business Information Systems       Beau DeThomas                   Freedom 

Carpentry                                        Gage Greenly                       New Brighton

Collison Repair                               Jayvone Beck                       New Brighton 

Commercial Arts                             Julia Watson                         South Side 

Cosmetology (Mason)                     Dallas McPeek                     Hopewell    

Cosmetology (Darenkamp)             Laurel Covert                        Central Valley

Cosmetology (Conti)                                    

Culinary Arts                                   D'Vonn Payne                       Beaver Falls

Electrical Occupations                    Colt Harper                           Central Valley 

Graphic Arts                                    Rylee Buddy                         New Brighton 

Greenhouse                                    Reyna Rhodes                      Aliquippa 

Health Occupations                        Empress Cain                        Hopewell 

HVAC 

Logisitics Materials                                                      

Machine Tool  

Masonry                                          Eric O'Neil                             Blackhawk

Vet Assistant                                   Ella Pesce                             Central Valley 

Welding                                           Mitchell Nock                         Hopewell 

Diversified Occupations                  Peyton Mayo                         Western Beaver

Students at BCCTC are celebrated in many ways and one of those ways is to recognize their extra efforts made in their chosen Programs of Study. Let’s celebrate the following students for their hard work and the ability to make a positive difference to others around them! 

Advanced manufacturing

Art, DEsign, and IT

CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING TRADES

HEALTHCARE
Medical

SERVICE 

Transportation and distribution

UPCOMING EVENTS

GRADUATION................................................................MAY 24TH


MEMORIAL DAY-NO SCHOOL............................................MAY 27TH


LAST DAY OF SCHOOL....................................................MAY 31ST

 

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