CONGRATULATIONS 2019 STATE MEDALISTS:
SkillsUSA State Competition 2019
Attention Students Grades 9-12:
XTO Energy's Community Leader of Tomorrow Award Contest open now through
April 28, 2019.
Visit their website at www.XTOFUTURELEADERS.COM for more information.
Awards: iPad, $500 cash grant, and $1,500 to help a local nonprofit organization in our area.
It's a great opportunity to give back to our community and win prizes!
BCAVTS has received national recognition for offering a top hospitality program.
Congratulations to Mrs. Collins, Mr. Barczak and all students in Culinary Arts!
Please click the link below for the ButlerRadio article:
Butler County Area Vocational-Technical School is pleased to announce its implementation of Safe2Say Something. Safe2Say Something is a new tip line mandated by the state of Pennsylvania that allows students to report at-risk behaviors, warning signs, etc. anonymously.
Please click HERE for general information regarding Safe2Say Something.
Please click HERE to view the parent brochure.
2018-2019 SkillsUSA District 10 Competition Results
(Gold Medal and *Bye students will compete at the state level in Hershey, PA on April 9-12, 2019)
Congratulations to all students who participated and competed! It takes a great deal of courage, strength, and dedication.
|Medal||Contest||Student Name||Course||Home District||GD|
|Gold||Nail Care||McKenzie McCardle||CS||B||12|
|Model||Nail Care||Maria Pascazi||CS||B||11|
|Gold||Advertising Design||Natalie Cherry||GD||B (HS)||12|
|Gold||Collision Repair Technology||Daniel Blair||AB||B (HS)||12|
|Gold||Information Technology Services||Roshan Nunna||CN||MA||11|
|Gold||Precision Machining||Carson Powell||MT||SR||11|
|Gold||Job Interview (In house competition)||Kylee Ackerman||CS||SV||12|
|Bye||Bulletin Board||Brielle Karns||GD||B||11|
|Bye||Sheet Metal||Michael Crawford||AC||B||12|
|Bye||Welding Sculpture||Riley Rodgers||WE||B||11|
|Bye||Bulletin Board||Anastasia Starr||GD||MA||11|
|Bye||Bulletin Board||Ashton Rider||GD||SR||12|
|Silver||Prepared Speech (Will compete for the state pin completion)||Emma Clark||GD||B||12|
|Silver||Culinary Arts||Ian Thompson||CA||B||12|
|Silver||Masonry||George Martin, III||BC||KC||12|
|Silver||Advertising Design||Kade Peterson||GD||KN||12|
|Silver||Commercial Baking||Kayla Martinez||CA||KN||12|
|Bronze||Job Skill Demonstration A||Carissa Hanford||CS||B||12|
|Bronze||Diesel Equipment Technology||Clayton Dressler||HE||B||10|
|Bronze||Extemporaneous Speaking||Kolbi Brew||GD||KN||12|
Session 1 Winners:
STEM 12th Grade
Kylee Ackerman-Cosmetology-SV (Cyber)
Perfect Attendance 11th Grade
Brittanny Wolfe-Culinary Arts-KC
Topaz Quetot-Health Occ.-KC
Natalie Cherry-Graphic Design-B
Jacinto Orozco-Graphic Design-KC
Maggie Day-Graphic Design-KC
Emily Ehrat-Graphic Design-KC
Session 2 Winners:
Victoria Davis-Graphic Design-B
Emma Clark-Graphic Design-B
Dominique Crawford-Graphic Design-B
Ian Thompson-Culinary Arts-B
Zoe Clark-Culinary Arts-B
Session 3 Winners:
Animated School Logo on the website home page was created by Advertising Design student Jacob Owczarzak, 11th grade, Butler.
Please click the link below and vote for the Butler Vo-Tech plow by "Liking" the photo.
Graphic Arts/Graphic Design students who created it:
Abigail Comes-Senior-Slippery Rock
Ashton Rider (Designer)-Senior-Slippery Rock
Logan Tiefel-Senior-Sliperry Rock
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.
JOHN WHARTENBY-HEAVY EQUIPMENT REPAIR (MR. REARICK)-SENIOR-MARS
CHAD MEIER-MACHINE TECHNOLOGY (MR. CLOUSE)-SENIOR-BUTLER
KRYSJEN BROTHERN-COSMETOLOGY (MRS. ELLISON)-SENIOR-MARS
CARSON POWELL-MACHINE TECHNOLOGY (MR. CLOUSE)-JUNIOR-SLIPPERY ROCK
KYLEE ACKERMAN-COSMETOLOGY (MRS. ELLISON)-SENIOR-SENECA VALLEY
JACOB MENEES-AUTO TECHNOLOGY (MR. BENNETT)-SENIOR-BUTLER