The National Technical Honor Society in November honored more than 500 high school students in the Clear Creek Independent School District, consisting of 381 first-year members and 139 second-year members from six district high schools.

The district’s career and technical education program prepares students for a wide range of careers such as health care and medical science, business and marketing, hospitality, engineering, logistics, metal manufacturing, construction technology, automotive technology, computer science, digital, video and graphic communications and information technology, school officials said.

The goal is to ensure that students are prepared to succeed in postsecondary education and in a world that is increasingly oriented toward highly skilled jobs.

The national organization began in 1984 to reward excellence in technical education, encourage students to reach for higher levels of achievement, promote business and industry’s critical career-based values and help schools build and maintain effective partnerships with local business and industry.

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