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Heights Seniors Shine During C-TEC Graduation
Licking Heights is thrilled to announce the graduation of 34 students from C-TEC of Licking County during C-TEC’s graduation and senior award ceremony on Friday, May 24. These students, who have already earned the necessary industry-recognized credentials for their selected program, will now pursue everything from full-time employment to additional industry certifications to a two- or four-year college degree.

In particular, five different Licking Heights students won the Overall Outstanding Program award for their field of study. Two students also won Academic Senior Student awards, and one won Overall Outstanding Department. A Licking Heights student also won Most Outstanding C-TEC Student for 2024, too.

At Licking Heights High School, 33 seniors graduated with their State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) license as well. This program is an in-house program at LHHS that is taught in partnership with C-TEC instructors. 

Congratulations to the following students who were recognized during C-TEC’s graduation ceremony:

Emily McCord, Electronic & Computer Technology: Overall Outstanding Program; Most Outstanding C-TEC Student 2024; Academic Senior Student for the English Department.
Ryder Rhodeback, Welding & Metal Fabrication: Overall Outstanding Program.
Lauren Seeman, Clinical Care: Overall Outstanding Program; Overall Outstanding Department for the Health Department.
Hawa Sow, Robotics and Automated Manufacturing: Academic Senior Student for the Math Department.
Samuel Jones, Digital Design & Interactive Media: Overall Outstanding Program.
Jarvis Jones, Criminal Justice: Overall Outstanding Program.