Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
A total of 228 students graduated in June from the Morris County School of Technology in Denville and from the school’s Academies of Morris County.
The School of Technology’s class of 2008 saw 134 students graduate from the shared-time program at the school.
The students completed their course work in programs ranging from culinary arts, business information technology, computer drafting and graphics to carpentry, electrical trades and child related careers.
There were 94 students graduating from the 12 Academies of Morris County.
These full-time four-year public high schools are the Academy of Automotive Sciences; the Academy of Construction Arts; the Academy of Networking Information Technology & Communications; the Academy for Health Care Sciences; the Academy for Finance and International Business; the School of Cosmetology; the School of Culinary Arts; the Academy for Mathematics, Science and Engineering; the Academy for Visual & Performing Arts; the Academy for Law & Public Safety; the School of Child Related Careers; and the School of Veterinary Science.