Orange excels in the Excel TECC rewards program | Education


Nineteen students from Orange High School received 26 awards this spring as part of the Excel TECC Awards program.

Seniors Macy Fletcher of the Performing Arts Academy, Angel Ononogbo of Medical Technology and Margot Sanders of Studio Art and Design each received the Excel TECC Outstanding Senior Award. Sanders also received a Silver Award in National Scholastic Art and Writing, in addition to being one of the Ohio Governor Show’s Top 25 winners.

Seniors Basma Alhaddad in Medical Technologies, Lawrence Huston in CADD Engineering and Emma Snyder-Lovera in Performing Arts Academy each received the Excel TECC Senior Departmental Award. Huston also received a bronze medal in the Team-Skills USA State competition in additive manufacturing. Seniors Maxx Abramson, Jessica Brown, Nicolas Lazar and Jordyn Zucker in Marketing, and Sharrae Henderson in Business Academy have all been inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.

Juniors Leroy Blasier in CADD Engineering, Sabrina Fellinger in Performing Arts Academy, Ethan Jaffe in Interactive Media, Alexa Konover in Teacher Training, Alessandra Minotti in Arts and Digital Technologies, Taylor Silverstein in Medical Technologies and Samuel Wainkroot in Medical Technologies were also inducted into the National Technical Honor Society. Jaffe was also recognized with an Excel TECC Junior Departmental Award, along with Minotti and Silverstein. Jaffe also received a silver medal in the Skills USA State competition in photography. Junior Isaiah Jackson in CADD engineering earned a second place for the team scholarship.

Excel TECC is a career technical consortium serving all 10 school districts: Aurora, Beachwood, Chagrin Falls, Mayfield, Orange, Richmond Heights, Solon, South Euclid Lyndhurst, West Geauga and Willoughby-Eastlake offering over 25 programs.


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