Student Organizations

National Technical Honor Society

Members of the National Technical Honor Society are the elite of any career and technical school. Members are nominated by their instructors based on their commitment to pursuing success in their chosen field. Nominees are inducted into the society if their GPA meets the organization’s requirements. Members represent the school in the community through service activities. Membership in NTHS provides students with access to scholarship opportunities and is an excellent credential to have on one’s resume.

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SkillsUSA logo


SkillsUSA is an international organization with over 300,000 student, instructor, and professional members. The organization is dedicated to developing students into a high-quality workforce. Students build self-esteem and leadership skills while testing their technical skill proficiency in local, state, and national competitions. SkillsUSA members have many opportunities to participate in community service activities, network with other members, and improve their employability. SkillsUSA members are Champions at Work!

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West Virginia Hospitality Education and Training is a student organization within the WV Department of Education. The organization supports students pursuing careers in the culinary and hospitality industries. WVHEAT programs partner with local restaurants to provide students with work experience and training. Participating in WVHEAT allows students to develop leadership skills, interpersonal skills, and self-esteem. Membership also opens up opportunities for networking and earning scholarships.

Tri-County Robotics

VEX Robotics prepares students for STEM careers through challenging engineering competitions. Students develop critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, and leadership skills as they work together in teams. Presented with a specific challenge, each team designs, builds, and programs a robot to best solve the problem. Teams compete in several competitions from the local level to worldwide.

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Join our after school robotics club, Tri-County Robotics. Students from elementary, middle, and high schools from all over the Eastern Panhandle have fun while learning STEM skills.