Halloween Costume Contest sparks LCTI students’ creativity

Students celebrated the spookiest holiday of the fall season by dressing up for the Academic Center Halloween Costume Contest.

Students celebrated the spookiest holiday of the fall season by dressing up for the Academic Center Halloween Costume Contest.

SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. | Lehigh Career & Technical Institute’s full-day students celebrated the season’s spookiest holiday by competing in this year’s Academic Center Halloween Costume Contest.

They arrived for school dressed up as everything from presidential candidates and movie characters to unicorns and pirates.  Three contest winners were selected and each of them received a $5 School Store gift card. The winners are:

  • Gileon Scholl, a Catasauqua senior in the Painting & Decorating program. She won “best makeup” for her medieval maiden costume.
  • Ryan Engebretsen, a Parkland senior in the Web Design/Web Programming program. He won “most creative” for his Donald Trump costume.
  • Zachary Thomma, a Dieruff sophomore in the Cabinetmaking & Millwork program. He won “most authentic” for his pirate costume.

Congratulations to this year’s Halloween Costume Contest winners! Scroll down for more photos of all this year’s contest participants.

Full-day students take academic courses – English, math, science, etc. – in the Academic Center, rather than at their sending high schools. Learn more about our Academic Center.

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