Cosmetology Night School will be moved to Wednesday, January 17 from 3:10 PM - 9:10 PM due to the school cancellation today.
The proposed new school year budget will be available for public inspection at the February Joint Operating Committee/Committee of the Whole Meeting until the March Joint Operating Committee Meeting. Budget adoption is anticipated at the April Joint Operating Committee Meeting. Please contact the Business Manager to view the budget. View Joint Operating Committee Regular Meeting Schedule by clicking Directory - Joint Operating Committee - Meeting Schedule.
Tyler Arblaster-Senior-Slippery Rock-Graphic Arts
Kolby Brew-Junior-Knoch-Advertising Design
Cassandra Cornelius-Senior-Butler-Advertising Design
Kyle Hilliard-Senior-Moniteau-Graphic Arts
Molly Horstman-Senior-Butler-Graphic Arts
Brycen Moore-Senior-Butler-Advertising Design
Reilly Nulph-Senior-Knoch-Advertising Design
Kylie Smiesko-Senior-Butler-Graphic Arts
Trevor Valent-Junior-Butler-Graphic Arts
Jazmyne Young-Senior-Knoch-Advertising Design
Dori Zielinski-Senior-First Baptist Christian-Advertising Design
Animated School Logo on the website home page was created by Advertising Design student Jacob Owczarzak, 11th grade, Butler.
Welcome to the Butler County Area Vocational-Technical School website. Butler County AVTS provides 15 programs of study to 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students from the seven Butler County School Districts: Butler Area, Karns City Area, Mars Area, Moniteau, Seneca Valley, Slippery Rock Area, and South Butler County.
The programs of study at Butler County AVTS are designed to meet the needs of students as well as occupational requirements in the labor market. Courses offered will prepare students of all ability levels to enter jobs in technical, skilled, and semi-skilled occupations after high school graduation or after technical school or college training.
A BCAVTS Outstanding Student is chosen based on qualities such as character, leadership, honesty, responsibility, optimism and loyalty in creating a positive school environment. An Outstanding Student must be a diligent student, completing his/her assignments on time and showing strong effort to learn in class! Lastly, an Outstanding Student demonstrates excellent behavior, is well mannered, and is respectful to peers, teachers and all other staff members.
Lilleann Gorog - Culinary Arts (Mr. Barczak & Mrs. Collins) – Senior - Seneca Valley
Kolton Buday - MT (Mr. Clouse) - Junior - Knoch
Ben Lucas - HVAC (Mr. Collins) - Senior - Knoch