Career Technical Education Students ‘Sign-On’ to a Bright Future
Close to 50 Westminster High School students participated in the Career Technical Education (CTE) “signing day” earlier this month signaling their path to the future.
Signing day recognizes those students who plan to continue their career pathway in a 2- or 4-year university or trade school or already have a job in their pathway secured after high school, or have earned at least one industry credential while in high school.
Among them, Jazmin Ponce Escoto who has received the Colorado Garden Foundation full-ride Scholarship to Colorado State University. Jazmin has been a standout student in the school’s agriculture program and will major in Environmental Horticulture with a focus on helping communities with limited access to fresh produce create sustainable sources for food.
Diego Perez Del Angel is also heading to college because of the skills he learned at WHS. Diego has received a full scholarship to the Community College of Denver to study graphic design. Among his many accomplishments, Diego helped with the design of the logos and look of the WHS food truck.