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Sophomores invited to join Trident Tech event featuring politician
Mayor John Tecklenburg came to Trident Technical College on October 17 to have coffee with his constituents and students from the school.  READ MORE... about Sophomores invited to join Trident Tech event featuring politician
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Ms. Stephanie King brings famous cartoonist father to campus
Charles King, a famous cartoonist, visited the school October 23-24 to draw each student a portrait. King is the father of the Current Events teacher, Ms. Stephanie King, and has been drawing cartoons for 45 years.  READ MORE... about Ms. Stephanie King brings famous cartoonist father to campus
Teacher of the Year, Ms. Houston, and fellow nominee, Ms. Broadway
Commitment to students and staff named as reason for Ms. Houston's nomination
Ms. Jennifer Houston was named Teacher of the Year for her work with supporting students and staff at the school. Ms. Houston teaches sophomores in Developmental Math and Geometry.  READ MORE... about Commitment to students and staff named as reason for Ms. Houston's nomination
Students meet authors Daniel Arnold and Stephanie Garber
Inspiring writers get advice from published authors
In anticipation of Ya’ll Fest, a local writing festival held over the weekend, two authors visited the campus on Nov. 9 to speak to students about their writing careers.  READ MORE... about Inspiring writers get advice from published authors
Sophomore Johnathan Baker checks his assignments in his dual credit class
Seventy-one percent dual credit students receive A or B
The class of 2021 started their first college dual credit course for the 2018-2019 school year with a bang. Seventy-one percent of the students earned either an A or B in their classes at Trident Tech.   READ MORE... about Seventy-one percent dual credit students receive A or B