Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Students from Bucks County Technical High School won 33 medals at the 2013 SkillsUSA state conference.
Students from Bucks County Technical High School took home 33 medals at the 2013 SkillsUSA state competitions held in Hershey, Pa. last week. Students traveled to Hershey on Wednesday, April 3 through Friday, April 5 to compete in the Leadership and Skills Conference, according to one of the students, Shane White. Prizes were awarded for skills in Occupational Health, Entrepreneurship, Community Service, Audio Production, Welding Sculpture and much more. SkillsUSA is a not-for-profit association serving teachers, high school students and college students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations, according to the organization's website. At the state conference, the technical high school won a total of 33 …
Thursday, March 14, 2013
The BCTHS drama department will perform 'Working' March 15, 16 , 22 and 23.
Bucks County Technical High School's drama department will perform "Working" as this year's spring musical. For two weekends (Friday and Saturday, March 15-16 and 22-23) students will bring the musical, which is based on the 1974 book, Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do. "Working" gives an oral history of American workers, according to Director Adrienne Bogarde Roach, to the stage. "The book is based on interviews of hundreds of American men, women, and children of all ages, races and socioeconomic backgrounds," she said. The musical first debuted on Broadway in 1978, and for more than 30 years it has been a favorite among regional and community theater companies, Roach said. Obviously the …
Friday, February 8, 2013
An investigation into alleged 'inappropriate relations' between a staff member and student at Bucks County Technical High School is ongoing, sources say.
An investigation into a “personnel matter” is being conducted at Bucks County Technical High School, according to a letter issued to parents and students late in the week. Sources tell Patch the investigation is focusing on accusations of “inappropriate relations” between a male member of the teaching staff and a female student. The letter, dated Feb. 6., does not state what the investigation is focusing on, but it asks parents for their “support and confidence” in the administration's probe. A copy of the letter can be seen in the media section of this article School Principal Mary Kelly said she had no comment on the investigation and Bristol Township police have not issued word on whether they are involved. “We always work in the best …
Friday, June 8, 2012
Bucks County Technical H.S. students will miss their own graduation ceremony to compete June 12th in Dearborn.
Brandon Darroch and Dave Hippo are finishing their high school careers at Bucks County Technical High School in Bristol, Pennsylvania. But instead of joining their classmates next Tuesday at graduation ceremonies, the pair will be wielding wrenches in Dearborn, Michigan, in their bid to be crowned the nation’s top high school auto technicians in the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition. The two automotive students’ last day of class is Friday morning, June 8. On Sunday morning, Darroch, Hippo and their instructor, Byron Cesari, will head to Philadelphia International Airport and board a plane to Michigan. The Bucks Tech H.S. students will represent the entire state of Pennsylvania in the national Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills …
Thursday, June 16, 2011
BCTHS held its graduation for the class of 2011 at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, N.J.
Photo Gallery of BCTHS' Class of 2011 commencement ceremony in Trenton, N.J. on Wednesday, June 15.
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
It now must be approved by sending districts including Pennsbury, Neshaminy and Bristol.
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
The Bucks County Technical High School Joint Board Committee approved a $20.9 million budget 8-4 on Monday, according to a story on PhillyBurbs.com. The Committee is comprised of 14 members from the school's six sending school districts (Bensalem, Bristol Borough, Bristol Township, Morrisville, Neshaminy and Pennsbury). According to PhillyBurbs, the 2011-2012 budget must be approved by the school boards of those sending districts. Members from Morrisville, Neshaminy and Bristol voted "No" on the budget. The article said the district’s proposed budget is over $500,000 less than the current budget. The budget includes a staff reduction of 20 positions including three teachers, according to the story. The technical high school, located in …