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Outstanding Nontraditional Students May 2017

The Brookhaven Technical Center is proud to announce that Jamyra Hunt, a second year student in Polymer Science, has been chosen as the Outstanding Nontraditional Second Year Student for 2017. Jamyra is a senior at Brookhaven High School. Her honors include A-B Honor Roll, Polymer Science II State Champion, and highest grade in English IV. She is the daughter of JoAnn Hunt. Daniel Peters, a first year student in Culinary Arts, has been chosen as the Outstanding Nontraditional First Year Student for 2017. Daniel is a junior at Brookhaven High School. He is a member of the National Honor Society and the Academic Team. He is also on the Honor Roll for all A’s. Daniel is the son of Don and Maria Peters. Pictured (L to R) is Mr. Trevor Brister, Brookhaven Technical Center Director, Leah Ann Peavey, Polymer Science Instructor, Jamyra Hunt, Daniel Peters, and Kristen Williams, Culinary Arts Instructor.
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Primos and Axiall Field Trips

On May 11, students from BTC’s Polymer Science program toured two local manufacturing facilities. Mr. Anthony Foster, VP CNC Dept./Design Engineer, led the tour through Primos , a local manufacturer of hunting/outdoor sporting supplies, where students saw various materials and processes in use. Students were led through the entire engineering process, from idea inception through marketing of the end product. They experienced the use of CAD/CAM design and production, as well as CNC machining, LASER printing, and other materials processes. Mr. Mantz Sussky, Plant Manager of Axiall Corporation’s Gallman facility, talked with students regarding PVC polymerization, compounding, and processing within in the Axiall Corporation’s various facilities. Students toured the Gallman plant, a PVC compounding facility, viewing various pilot and production-scale processes, as well as QC and color matching procedures. We are grateful to have local industries that will selflessly invest in our students!
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Bank of Brookhaven Award of Excellence 2016-2017

Cody Farris and Jekia James are the 2016-2017 recipients of the Bank of Brookhaven Scholarship. These scholarships have been made possible by Bank of Brookhaven through the Adopt-a-school program. The $500 scholarships are awarded annually to two senior students who have completed a two-year program at Brookhaven Technical Center. Special thanks to the Bank of Brookhaven and Mr. Shannon Aker for supporting Brookhaven Technical Center and the students of Brookhaven School District.
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Outstanding Nontraditional Students May 2017 Thumbnail Image

Outstanding Nontraditional Students May 2017

The Brookhaven Technical Center is proud to announce that Jamyra Hunt, a second year student in Polymer Science, has been chosen as the Outstanding Nontraditional Second Year Student for 2017. Jamyra is a senior at Brookhaven High School. Her honors include A-B Honor Roll, Polymer Science II State Champion, and highest grade in English IV. She is the daughter of JoAnn Hunt. Daniel Peters, a first year student in Culinary Arts, has been chosen as the Outstanding Nontraditional First Year Student for 2017. Daniel is a junior at Brookhaven High School. He is a member of the National Honor Society and the Academic Team. He is also on the Honor Roll for all A’s. Daniel is the son of Don and Maria Peters. Pictured (L to R) is Mr. Trevor Brister, Brookhaven Technical Center Director, Leah Ann Peavey, Polymer Science Instructor, Jamyra Hunt, Daniel Peters, and Kristen Williams, Culinary Arts Instructor.
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Bank of Brookhaven Award of Excellence 2016-2017

Cody Farris and Jekia James are the 2016-2017 recipients of the Bank of Brookhaven Scholarship. These scholarships have been made possible by Bank of Brookhaven through the Adopt-a-school program. The $500 scholarships are awarded annually to two senior students who have completed a two-year program at Brookhaven Technical Center. Special thanks to the Bank of Brookhaven and Mr. Shannon Aker for supporting Brookhaven Technical Center and the students of Brookhaven School District.
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