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Eight BPHS Students Named Steel Center CTE SOTM

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In April, in an announcement made at the school, eight Bethel Park High School students were recognized as the Students of the Month in their respective programs by the Steel Center for Career and Technical Education.
The honorees included sophomores Kieren Banks (Veterinary Assistant), Katie Clouston (Medical Professions), Allison Kehrer (Cosmotology), Trent McKiernan (Computer Technology) and Meghan Rodgers (Health Assistant); junior Layten Muszynski (Collision Repair and Refinishing); and seniors Jackson Ignace (Advertising & Design) and Riley Archie (Culinary Arts). 
Each month, Steel Center’s very best students are recognized for their consistently high achievement and outstanding overall performance. The recognition is meant to acknowledge the students’ unwavering commitment to their career and technical education as demonstrated by their outstanding achievement.