On May 1, 2019 two of our Birmingham Public School students were recognized as Outstanding Career and Technical Education students in Oakland County for their high schools.
Josh Myers, Senior from Groves High School, won for Digital Design and Programming. Josh took CTE classes in both of these areas all four years of high school, including Web Design A and B, GAME DESIGN, Programming A, Programming B, and AP Computer Science – A. Josh plans to study Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin starting in the Fall 2019.
Tatum Kreindler, Senior from Seaholm High School, won for Programming. Tatum took Programming A, Programming B, and AP Computer Science – A. Tatum plans to attend the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in Fall 2019.
Both students were nominated by CTE teacher Leisa Passarelli, and these nominations were enthusiastically endorsed by members of both Business Technology Departments at both Groves and Seaholm.
The award ceremony was held at Oakland Schools, sponsored by Oakland Schools Career Focused Education, with a lovely dinner prepared by OTECH students.