May 9, 2017
National Park College (NPC) will announce the National Park Promise Scholarship Thursday, May 18 at 9 a.m. in the film room at Lake Hamilton High School (LHHS) arena. Students who complete the National Park Technology Center (NPTC) high school programs will be eligible for the award beginning in the fall 2017 semester.
Speakers will include Dr. John Hogan, NPC President, Mike Wiles, NPTC Director, Steve Anderson, Superintendent of the Lake Hamilton School District, and Frank Stapleton, LHHS Principal.
The National Park Technology Center is a secondary area career and technology center that serves nearly 600 students from eight public schools in the Garland County area. The secondary center is available to junior and senior high school students. Program offerings are two years in length. Second year students have the opportunity to participate in job shadowing and apprenticeship activities. Instruction in the areas offered by the center prepare students for entry-level employment and provide the foundation for further education.