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February 7, 2013

SST Open House

EXETER — The Seacoast School of Technology (SST) in Exeter invites all area students, parents, community members, and employers to its annual New Student/Parent Information Night on Wed., February 13, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

SST provides career and technical education programs designed to empower students by teaching them tangible, marketable skills. Many of the programs are taught at the college level and enable students to earn college credit while completing their high school graduation requirements. Over seventy-five of SST students will continue their education after graduation, and their technical, hands-on training makes them uniquely ready for both college and career.

Students from Epping, Exeter, Newmarket, Raymond, Sanborn Regional and Winnacunnet High Schools are eligible to choose from twelve different programs including Animal and Plant Science, Automotive Technologies, Biotechnology, Building Construction Technologies, Computer Programming, Culinary Arts, Digital Communications, Early Childhood Education, Health Science Technologies, Marketing Technologies, Pre-Engineering and Welding Technologies.

This year’s New Student/Parent Information Night will help students and their parents understand how combining a career and technical program with a traditional high school curriculum can better prepare students for life after graduation. Staff will be on hand to give tours of the campus and to answer questions about the unique opportunities available to students at SST. A special invitation is extended to middle school students and their parents to come and learn how technical education can be a part of their high school plans.

The Seacoast School of Technology is located at 40 Linden Street in Exeter. Open House guests are asked to park either on the Tuck Learning Campus, or behind the former Exeter High School Annex. For more information about the SST New Student/Parent Information Night, please call 775-8461 or visit www.SeacoastTech.com.

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