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FWCS Career Academy

BUS STATUS - ON TIME No buses for this school are more than 15 minutes late.

Sat23

Fort Wayne Community Schools will host the Music in Our Schools Month Concert Festival Saturday, March 23, at Wayne High School. The festival features a full day of concerts to highlight the great music education taking place in FWCS.

9 a.m. - Memorial Park Middle School 7th & 8th Grade Jazz Combos
9:20 a.m. - Weisser Park Elementary Concert Band
9:40 a.m. - Kekionga Middle School Steel Drums
10 a.m. - South Side High School Jazz Combo
10:20 a.m. - Intermission/Instrumental Recognitions
10:40 a.m. - Shawnee Middle School Advanced Concert Band
11 a.m. - Jefferson Middle School Jazz Band
11:20 a.m. - Northrop High School Advanced Concert Band
11:40 a.m. - Northwood Middle School Advanced Concert Band
Noon - Lakeside Middle School Advanced Strings
12:20 p.m. - Lunch Break
12:40 p.m. - Middle School All City Orchestra
1 p.m. - Blackhawk Middle School 7th & 8th Grade Strings
1:20 p.m. - Lane Middle School Advanced Strings
1:40 p.m. - Snider High School Chamber Strings
2 p.m. - Lane Middle School Saxophone Ensemble
2:20 p.m. - Lane Middle School Jazz Ensemble
2:40 p.m. - Snider High School Wind Machine Jazz Band
3 p.m. - Portage Middle School 7th & 8th Grade Advanced Concert Band
3:20 p.m. - Towles Intermediate School 7th & 8th Grade Advanced Concert Band
3:40 p.m. - Wayne High School Jazz Band
4 p.m. - Intermission
4:20 p.m. - Kekionga Middle School Choir
4:40 p.m. - Wayne High School Concert Choir

Mon25

Irwin Elementary third-graders will visit Safety Village at 9:15 a.m. for the Survive Alive Presentation.

FWCS Career Academy

Principal
Jesse Webb
1200 S Barr St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Main Office
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Career Academy recognized 80 juniors and seniors during out 20th Annual National Technical Honor Society Induction and Recognition Ceremony Thursday, April 25, 2018.

Recognized students included 53 new members and 27 current members who were inducted in 2016 and 2017.  Students will graduate from the following high schools:

Bishop Dwenger, Canterbury, Carroll, Concordia, Homestead, New Haven, North Side, Northrop, Snider, South Side, Wayne, and Woodlan.  The picture contains new members.

Only those students who are recommended by the faculty and exhibit the qualities of skilled workmanship, honesty, responsibility, leadership, citizenship and scholastic achievement are selected into membership.  Additional criteria for membership in the Career Academy chapter of the Society are: 

  • A cumulative non-weighted grade point average of a “3.0 or higher”
  • A grade point average of a “B+” or higher in their career program during the fall semester
  • Instructor recommendation
  • Four or fewer non-consecutive absences the previous semester
  • Membership in a Career & Technical Education Service Organization such as SkillsUSA and HOSA
  • Ongoing community service
  • A recommendation from a 2nd teacher or an employer

20th Annual National Technical Honor Society Induction

The National Technical Honor Society is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career

and technical education.  The NTHS is the highest secondary education scholastic honor awarded for excellence in workforce education in America.

Graduate with more than a diploma

There’s only so much you can learn sitting behind a desk. But you can supplement your education with hands-on experience at the FWCS Career Academy. Which means you can earn your high school diploma while gaining practical experience as an automotive technologist, a chef, a hair stylist or a firefighter. Our programs will provide you with the skills you need for a successful career.

YOUR CAREER BEGINS NOW. If you’re ready to begin your future career, make an appointment with your guidance counselor to apply to a FWCS Career Academy program.

 

Automotive
Aviation
Construction Trade
Cosmotology
Culinary Arts
Early Education
Health Science
Information Technology
Public Safety
Welding

OUR PROGRAM PAYS OFF: All ten programs offer industry certifications and licenses and dual college credit, preparing students for in-demand jobs and/or post-secondary education.