41 students, the largest amount ever, from Hancock County Technical Center will be inducted into the National Technical Honor Society in May.

NTHS members are good, honest, responsible student-citizens who have made a personal commitment to excellence and who agree to uphold the
NTHS Standards of Conduct found below.
• Attain an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (unweighted).
• Be enrolled in a career/technical education program or major

Congratulations to the following students (listed by sending High School)

Ellsworth High School

  • Hannah McBreairity-Frye
  • Mayson Smith
  • Lauren Judson
  • Taylor Mason
  • Destiny Ray
  • Annabelle Hackett
  • Briana Kane
  • Logan Williams
  • Kelci Byers
  • John Allen
  • Deacon Woodman
  • Addison Nelson
  • Paige Sawyer
  • Travis Allen May
  • Mercedes Ulichny
  • Aliyah Washburn
  • Emma Kohr
  • Abigail Erwin
  • Jack Johnston
  • Owen McDonald
  • Isaac Rowell

Bucksport High School

  • Harley Murray
  • Olivia McAllian
  • Abigail Coffin
  • William Hatch
  • Connor Coombs
  • Emma Brezovsky
  • Rylee Whalen

Sumner Memorial High School

  • Emilee Hutchins

Mount Desert Island High School

  • Addison LeClair
  • Oakley Bench
  • Megan Huff

George Stevens Academy

  • Daniel McKay
  • Griffin Werner
  • Lael Clapp

Deer Isle-Stonington High School

  • Katherine Gell
  • Emily Turner
  • Elizabeth Leaf
  • Justin McNeal

Connections Academy

  • Kjell Vikberg

Homeschooled Student

  • Catherine Kelley
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Photos from the 11th Annual Award's Night, June 2021

HCTC 11th Annual Awards

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