WGHS will Graduate Twenty-Four CTE Students

West Genesee High School is graduating 24 students this year from Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, where the instruction is delivered completely within the District.

These students have to satisfy requirements of the New York State Education Department as follows: complete five units of course work in an approved career area, complete 15 hours of job shadowing, prepare a portfolio of samples of work from the courses in the strand, and pass a nationally recognized certification exam.

These 24 students have completed their coursework in one of three strands taught at the high school, i.e., Business Administration, Computer Technology, and Engineering Technology.

The following six students completed their strand in Business Administration: John-Peter Anderson, Jacob Barry, Amanda Casolare, Braeden McNeill, Rebecca Roy, and Christian Seabrook.

Eighteen students completed the Engineering strand and they are: Kyle Collins, Catherine Cunningham, Amanda Casolare, Jack Dalgety, Ethan Desko, Anthony Felix, Nicholas Jessen, Jonathan Jewell, Kaylee Legnetto, Sean Leonard, Justin Malinowski, Jonathan Martin, Ava Mattimore, Adrianna Mondello, Clara Pinker, Alexander Shuron, Preston Vella, and Markus Vogt.