Lehigh Career & Technical Institute has made the news several times in recent weeks.
On Sunday, a NewsWorks piece about Pennsylvania’s graduation rates refers to LCTI’s job-shadowing and internship program as a “national model.” Read the complete report.
Last week, Allentown School District students tapped to participate in the city’s advanced youth police academy spent two days in LCTI’s criminal justice classrooms and labs. On Thursday, their time on campus was highlighted during the 69 News WFMZ-TV evening newscast. Read the report and then check out the video below.
Also Thursday, the Parkland Press included a story about House Project 32, a single-family home in North Whitehall Township that was built by LCTI students.
Reporter Jennifer Bodisch writes, “There is a new house on Rising Sun Road in Schnecksville. The house comes complete with beautiful landscaping, universal design, attractive lighting and meticulously handcrafted cabinetry.
“By all standards, this house has it all. What makes it most unique, however, is the fact it was built entirely by students from Lehigh Career and Technical Institute.” Read the complete report.
An Aug. 1 report on wfmz.com also profiles House Project 32 and the fact that it’s on sale for $349,900. Read the complete report.
Finally, LCTI student Christopher Droney received a mention in The Morning Call for his 10th-place finish in Computer Problem Solving at the Future Business Leaders of America National Leadership Conference this summer in Chicago. Read the complete report.