SkillsUSA

SkillsUSA officers

SkillsUSA is a United States career and technical student organization serving more than 320,000 high school, college and professional students enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled and service occupations. This leadership group serves as ambassadors for the school as well as participating in local, regional, state and national competition. The Skills Chapter at Prince prides itself on its history of service to the school and the community.

Officers

Co-Presidents
Edwin Alicea
Cody Caetano

Co-Vice Presidents
Canetshly Acevedo
Dara Alicea

Secretaries
Shadeese McCrae
Taraeha Shelton

Treasurers
Josie Acevedo
Taysha Marquez

Reporter
Moesha Witter

Parliamentarian
Kyaw Kya

Historian
Imalay Perez

 

Advisor
Ms. Shaw

SkillsUSA State website
Practice Professional Development test 

View SkillsUSA National Website

Incoming Freshman

Incoming Freshman
Please click here for to find more information. It will be updated throughout the school year.  Learn more

Precision Manufacturing Students on CNN

Precision Manufacturing Students on CNN
Two recent Prince grads were highlighted on CNN for their contributions to the field. @CTTechHS #WomenInSTEM  Learn more

Summer Reading Book Announced

Summer Reading Book Announced
Three Little Words by Ashley Rhodes-Courter  Learn more

Students of the Month announced!

Students of the Month announced!
Congratulations to the following students for being selected as this months Positively Prince! Students of the Month.  Learn more

Read the Falcon Times

Read the Falcon Times
The Falcon Times is the student newspaper. Click on the image to get access to earlier editions as well as contact the staff.  Learn more

Rising Star Cafe

Rising Star Cafe
The Rising Star Cafe is open for business to the public. For more information contact us at 860.951.7112 x 5129 or visit our web page!  Learn more

Student Workforce

Student Workforce
CTHSS students can help you with your next big project! A wide range of services are offered across a variety of trades programs.  Learn more