The mission of the National Technical Honor Society is to honor student achievement and leadership, promote educational excellence, and enhance career opportunities for the NTHS membership.
National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) recognizes outstanding students in career and technical education and their achievement. PRHS has been a recognized National Technical Honor Society chapter for 23 years. About 3,700 schools across the nation are affiliated with NTHS. NTHS focuses on student achievement and also helps students to find success in the modern competitive workplace by helping to cultivate a desire for personal excellence among students. The National Technical Honor Society strives to:
Once inducted, members are required to maintain the above criteria in addition to:
1. Participate in National Technical Honor Society events. See our Calendar of events.
*Members may be dropped from the National Technical Honor Society if criteria is not maintained.
Member Benefits include
For additional information, contact Lena MacLean at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Any member that is absent must see Mrs. MacLean as soon as possible.
The 2017 Holiday Craft Fair on November 18th from 9am to 3pm!
For more information visit the Holiday Craft Fair website.
Our first Holiday Craft Fair was a big success! We want to thank everyone that helped make this event possible. A big thank you to the quality craftsmen and artists that reserved space to showcase their work. It was exciting to see how much talent is right here in our community.
At the end of the day, the vendors were given a survey. Here are a few of the responses we received...
"The students were outstanding!"
"The students were amazing, thoughtful and so helpful."
"We should be proud of the way our students represented themselves and our school."
"Everywhere you looked, you could see a student working the lunch table, unloading boxes, packing boxes, helping set-up and cleaning up messes. It was great to see them play an active role in this event. Thank you students."
A big thank you to our custodial staff for all the extra hard work this created for them. Especially laying out the gymnasium the night before and all the extensive clean up. They allowed the students to work beside them with patience and a great sense of humor. They included students in all aspects of the process. Students had the opportunity to gain real life experiences in the extensive work that goes into planning a large event. A special thank you to Ms. Fleck and Mrs. Prescott for always being there for everyone. This event would not be possible without your knowledge, expertise, creativity and the generous time you gave to our students. We appreciate you!
A note from Haylie Qualey our Historian, 2015
For the first time ever, the National Technical Honor Society held their Holiday Craft Fair on November 21st, 2015. Numerous vendors were set up in the Plymouth Regional High School Gymnasium. There was everything from jewelry, hats, woodworking, pottery, and bird baths. All NTHS members helped with set up, cooking lunch, marketing with posters and handouts, and cleaning everything up in the end. Members were also selling baked goods in the lobby and taking donations that will go towards scholarships for seniors in NTHS. It was an enjoyable experience to put on a craft fair for the first time, and gave the members an opportunity to do community service. Thank you to all that showed up, and special thanks to the vendors who came to be apart of something so important to NTHS. We hope to see you back next year, and Happy Holidays!
Taylor Eaton, NTHS Historian, 2016
Last year, on September 30, 2015, National Technical Honor Society helped raise awareness for Alzheimer's Disease. In order to continue support, NTHS will use post-it notes to place on a bulletin board so that the students and staff members can support family members dealing with Alzheimer's Disease. As shown in the photo above, a table is set up during the lunch period, and students and staff are able to write the names of friends and/or family members who are or who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease.