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Berlin High School Students Ranked Number One in 2016 Connecticut
Statewide Career and Technical Education (CTE) Accounting Assessment
Berlin Public Schools Superintendent David B. Erwin and Berlin High School Principal Francis T. Kennedy are proud to announce that for the third consecutive year, students at Berlin High School are number one in the Connecticut Statewide Career and Technical Education Accounting Assessment. Students enrolled in this course can receive college credit from Tunxis Community College.
Based on their high scores on this Accounting Assessment, five students from Connecticut have been identified for nomination for the Career and Technical Education component of the United States Presidential Scholars Program; two of these five Connecticut students, Steven Miano and Nickolaos Halkias, are from Berlin High School. The United States Presidential Scholars Program is a program run by the Department of Education that recognizes the academic achievements of distinguished US citizens graduating high school. It is described as “one of the Nation’s highest honors for high school students."