Porter County Career Center
With a part-time job at a Valparaiso laboratory and a college scholarship, Cole Ozbolt is proud of his vocational accomplishments.
VALPARAISO | The historic Grand Trunk railroad depot may have made it across the train tracks, but it isn't to its new home yet.
VALPARAISO | Incoming high school freshmen are gathering at the Porter County Career and Technical Center this week to catch a glimpse of the programs the center offers.
Paige Smith, 18, was recognized in February as a Junior Kiwanian by the Valparaiso Noon Kiwanis Club.
Lorenzo Venturella, the sales manager at 18 on Franklin, prepares one of the store's first orders Tuesday night at the grand opening ceremony.
Liz and David Schwartz are the first two customers of 18 on Franklin after the store's ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday night at the Porter County Career Center.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso schools have come a long way in the past year, but a lot more needs to be done to define and prepare for what education will be like in the century ahead.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Schools could be looking to the sun or the wind to provide some of its power in the future.
VALPARAISO | On January 16, the Porter County Career Center unveiled their new solar panel project. The project was a partnership with Nipsco, and was completed by the high school students in the Electronic and Modern Machining classes.
At the root of discussions on education reform is the nearly universal concern about the outcome: Will students emerge from high school ready for college or careers? A new Northwest Indiana initiative addresses that issue.
Dillon Bishop, a senior at Chesterton High School, works with Harrison Draves, a Washington Township senior, to disconnect a solar panel at the Porter County Career Center.
Harrison Draves, a senior at Washington Township Middle/High School, tests the wind turbine atop the Porter County Career Center.
Dillon Bishop, a senior at Chesterton High School, works with Harrison Draves, a senior at Washington Township Middle/High School, to hook up a power source to a robotic arm that will rotate with the sun to keep solar batteries charged.
PORTAGE | Portage High School senior Justin Suggs will be presented a Career and Technical Student Award of Excellence today at the Indiana Statehouse.
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