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Pathfinder

Students seek new opportunities through South Tech

Perfecting the right way to handcuff someone, junior Jake Braymiller learns  how to be a police officer. This is Braymiller’s first year attending the program, but he plans to continue next year. “This program really helps you get career ready for whatever it is that you want to pursue, and it’s really cool how they train you and get you ready for what’s coming after you graduate,” Braymiller said.

Tre Bell, Staff Writer

February 5, 2020

Walking into South Tech High School, you see a variety of different programs that help guide students on a route alternative to traditional academics.   “I didn’t know if I was making the right decision because you miss three classes out of your day.  I didn’t want to miss important classes, ...

Chryssi Magee places first in the Incredi-Bowl of Ice Cream

Magee holds her plaque that she won as she poses with her fellow participants.

Ellie Widowski, News Writer

November 30, 2016

Magee made gooey butter cake ice cream, a cake batter ice cream with gooey butter pieces and a cream cheese swirl.

Juniors kickstart their technical careers

Working on a mannequin head of hair, junior Jasmine Black attends cosmetology class.

Kathryn Harter, Multimedia Editor

February 1, 2016

Imagine going to college while you’re still in high school, ditching electives for lifestyle classes like cooking and computer programming. That’s available to you at South Technical High School.

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