Porter County Career And Technical Center
The 102-year-old Grand Trunk Railroad depot in Valparaiso is in the final stage of being moved to the grounds of the Porter County Career and Technical Center.
VALPARAISO | The sun peeked through the clouds just in time for the Grand Trunk Railroad Depot groundbreaking Friday at the Porter County Career and Technical Center.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central High School students took 7 of 12 top awards at the 43rd annual Indiana High School Architectural Design Competition capped by ceremonies at the Indianapolis Artsgarden. The Porter County Career and Technical Center boasted two honorees, and one Merrillville High Scho…
When Tate Kwiecinski learned of the Porter County Career and Technical Center, he jumped at the chance to attend.
VALPARAISO | A total of $600,000 in education challenge grants for technology for the Valparaiso and East Porter County school districts was approved by the city's Redevelopment Commission last week.
VALPARAISO | Almost everything is set for moving the former Canadian National depot from its current location to the Porter County Career and Technical Center property July 7.
VALPARAISO | With the goal of raising $150,000 by June 1, the Porter County Building Trades Corp. kicked off the campaign to move the Canadian National train station to the Porter County Career and Technical Center property on Thursday.
VALPARAISO | A new high school, converting Central Elementary into the new school administration center and realigning some of the grades to create more space at the middle schools and elementary schools were among the ideas proposed Thursday by Valparaiso Community Schools Superintendent Mi…
VALPARAISO | Jon Groth is looking forward to "an amazing day" on July 7.
VALPARAISO | Students at the Porter County Career and Technical Center received a gift Tuesday from Fronius USA LLC that will help them gain more hands on experience with solar energy.
VALPARAISO | The snow may have kept away many students from attending the Porter County Career and Technical Center’s 2nd Annual Apprenticeship Fair, but those who were able to attend discovered the opportunities for a career that is suited to their skills and a future.
The 1912 Grand Trunk depot in Valparaiso is a historic building and should be saved. Even better is a plan to turn this into a learning experience.
VALPARAISO | 18 on Franklin is officially open for business.
VALPARAISO | The Porter County Career and Technical Center and the Northwest Indiana Business Roundtable sent out a survey to Porter County business owners to see how its graduates fare after school.
For many Americans, today is a time of uncertainty. But while many of our sister states are struggling our state is poised for great things.
Valparaiso resident Jenna Wong is on a mission to expand food options for those with gluten intolerance.
VALPARAISO | The Porter County Career and Technical Center not only has the sun and the wind working for it, it also has the moon and the stars, according to Principal Jon Groth.
VALPARAISO | Students had an opportunity to be hypnotized by a certified hypnotherapist as part of learning about alternative medicine.
Hypnotist Paul Knight, of Milwaukee, spoke to students Friday at the health occupations class at the Porter County Career and Technical Center in Valparaiso. He talked to students about the practical uses of hypnosis, how it works, and how it developed.
Students at the Porter County Career and Technical Center helped launch Valparaiso's Adopt a Block program.
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