Our Cadets took a total of 7 medals in the Individual events and a 2nd place award for Female (16-19 yr old) Individual event. Unfortunately we did not place in the Team events this year. However, if there had been an award for the most motivating, our Cadets would have won...hands down! It didn't matter if it was a competitor or a team mate, our Cadets were right there on the sidelines cheering, yelling, clapping, jumping, and motivating them on. It was an incredibly moving experience to see teenagers, who typically are on the more self centered side and who are competing against each other for medals, awards and scholarships, completely disregard any and all of that and cheer on and motivate each other!! It was truly amazing...an awe inspiring moment! They were rewarded with Mr. Arnold Schwarzenegger stopping by to give them some encouraging words and a photo opportunity.
Congratulations to the student athletes who participated in the MAC Weightlifting Competition on Wednesday February 25th. Ambridge did an outstanding job with the BWI team placing 1st out of 15 teams (our Ambridge athletes were the strongest pound for pound in the entire competition)! The Ambridge strength team also did well placing 7th.
Due to a snow day, the Ambridge Area School District is scheduled for classes on Monday, Febraury 16th. However, the Beaver County CTC is not. Therefore, AM VoTech students do not have to report until 5th period. PM VoTech students are allowed to leave after 5th period with parental permission in the form of a note or phone call.
Where: Fire Mountain, 400 Chippewa Town Centre, Beaver Falls, PA 15010
No reservations required. Milton Hershey School is a private, coeducational home and school. For over a century, MHS has offered a positive, structured home life and quality Pre-K through 12 education - free of cost for boys and girls from lower income families.
Our TSA members have been busy at work for the past few months, especially in these last few weeks. The annual TSA Regional conference took place on January 14 at the Pittsburgh Technical Institute, and a majority of our students attended this year. This conference determined who will continue onto the TSA State conference in the spring.
Mr. Benjamin Holmes, Mrs. Kristin Holmes and Mr. Jason Roos were the teachers that accompanied the students to the conference this year. They each believe the students did very well and said, “It was an amazing year and all of the kids were willing and eager to do their best.” This was the largest attended regional conference with over 400 kids from the region. The Division one schools are made up with Blackhawk, Fox Chapel, Pine Richland, Ambridge, Hampton, North Allegheny, Avonworth and Mohawk high schools.