Pennsylvania tech school opens programs to high school students

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Warren County's technical school for the first time will open most of its programs to high school seniors interested in vocational training.

Robert Glowacky, chief administrator at Warren County Technical School, said the school will accept applications for an afternoon vocational technical program from soon-to-be seniors across the county. If accepted into the program, students will attend Warren Tech from about 1 to 3 p.m. daily, he said.

Students can enroll for programs such as automotive technology, business management, carpentry, welding, hospitality management and culinary arts. Glowacky said the school will not open the general engineering, electronics technology, child development and health science courses to incoming seniors because it would be unfair to place new students in those "very rigorous programs."

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