Expansion in Marinette County means more access to NWTC degrees

Tuesday December 3, 2019
The Northwoods Regional Technical Academy at Wausaukee High School (location is at Wausaukee, also includes Pembine, Crivitz and Coleman Schools) is growing and giving area high school students more opportunities to earn a degree from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
For the past 10 years, students in the Welding and Automotive Maintenance Technician programs have shared one lab space at the Northwoods Regional Technical Training Academy. Not anymore, each program will now have separate lab space. On December 2, 2019, NWTC joined Wausaukee, Pembine, Crivitz and Coleman Schools in celebrating the separation of the two labs with a ribbon cutting ceremony. 
This expansion has also made it possible for students to receive a college degree while in still in high school. This year for the first year ever, juniors are able to start and finish the Automotive Maintenance Technician and Welding technical diplomas by the time they graduate from high school. 
About the Northwoods Regional Technical Academy
The Northwoods Regional Technical Academy is a collaborative partnership between Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and the School Districts of Crivitz, Pembine, and Wausaukee.
High school juniors and seniors take college courses for dual credit - which enables them to complete their degrees at NWTC after graduation in less time and for less money. 

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