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Promoting CTE

The State of Kansas is promoting CTE with commercials that are being aired statewide. Check out the first one!


Upcoming Events

April 26-29 - FIRST Robotics Nationals, St. Louis, MO

May 6 - KSPA Journalism state conference

May 10-13 - BPA Nationals, Orlando, FL


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Welcome to Newton High School Career & Technical Education

The Newton High School Career & Technical Education department offers 16 career pathways to help prepare you to become college and career ready for the future.  There are many opportunities for you to obtain college credit, shadow a mentor in a career field and earn industry certification. The goal is to prepare you for your future as you attend CTE courses at Newton High School.



Four students from the Welding Technology program competed in the SkillsUSA competition at Hutchinson, KS. Matthew Whitehurst, from Burrton High School won gold for Welding Sculpture and Kadin McBee, NHS, took 3rd place in Welding. Congrats to our welding students!

(pictured L to R: Abel Bustillos, Kadin McBee, Matthew Whitehurst, and Ian Hanna)


Forty-four Kansas high school seniors have been named 2017 Kansas Career and Technical Education (CTE) Scholars, the Kansas State Department of Education announced Tuesday, April 18, 2017.


The Kansas CTE Scholar program is an opportunity to recognize well-rounded outstanding CTE students who are finishing their senior year of high school. This is the first year for the initiative.


Students have to be a high school senior and meet the following criteria to be selected as a scholar:

  • Have earned or presently enrolled in 3.0 or more CTE credits.
  • Provide documentation of technical skill attainment.
  • Have a CTE Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.5 or better in CTE coursework.
  • Demonstrated leadership.
  • Demonstrated community engagement.
  • Have professional learning experiences.
  • Provide a career vision summary statement.


Scholars will receive a commemorative pin, special certificate and statewide recognition.


The following NHS students received this honor:

  • George “Max” Karst
  • Brandon Murrell
  • Michaela Regier
  • Guadalupe “Lupita” Reyes
  • Kara Peaney
  • Shaedon Wedel
  • Adyan Rolph
  • Katherine Lindgren
  • Anabel Gomez

Medical Science I Students Tour Bethel College Nursing Unit

United Way presentation

BPA State Officer and NHS student, Kailei Sidebottom, speaks to the United Way and shares her BPA Prepared Speech event to those in attendance.

HOSA state conference

Students attend the HOSA state conference at Pittsburgh State University. 

Left to right - Fallon Million, Ruining Huo, Erik Brown, Delaney Cowden