Good Luck SkillsUSA State Competitors!








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Alum Receives Monster Jam Technician Award


Mr. Hoover congratulates former Masonry student Buddy Young.


 Mr. Davis AACPS April Educator of the Month


Mr. Whittaker To Be Honored at

NAACCC Educational Excellence Dinner


 Mr. Kepich Awarded AED Program Accreditation



Michael Born Recipient PIA 2016 Kagy Award




CATN Students Among High Achieving Teens 





mikeroweWorks Scholarship Winner



 Congratulations SkillsUSA 2017
Regional Medal Winners

BronzeCulinary ArtsAshley Anson
BronzeTechnical DraftingBryan Hess
BronzeAutomotive Service TechnologyAustin Meadows
SilverAutomotive Refinishing TechnologyTaylor Hill
SilverCarpentryNicole Gardner
SilverElectrical Construction WiringLogan Warren
SilverInformation Technology ServicesJohn Boyle
SilverTechnical Drafting Corey Myers
GoldAutomotive Refinishing TechnologyJosh Odum
GoldCarpentryRobert Cooper
GoldCommercial BakingHeather Carpentieri
GoldMasonryBryce Hontz
GoldRestaurant ServicesIan Griffin
GoldTechnical DraftingJohn Sixson
GoldWeldingBrady Philips
GoldInternetworkingNathan Ho


Masonry in the News

Mr. Hoover, Masonry Instructor was in the first class when the doors opened in 1974. He has been an instructor for 24 years, providing valuable experience for students. (Read more)


Congratulations Cyber Patriot Team 



Congratulations Academy of Health Students 100% Passed!


Nursing Assistant students in the Health Occupations Department at CAT-North received their final certification from the Maryland Board of Nursing yesterday, January 31, 2017.  One hundred percent of the class of 22 received both certifications and are now eligible to work as CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistants) and GNAs (Geriatric Nursing Assistants).  




Congratulations Cisco student
Dante Mayer for scoring 860 on the CCENT





Environmental and Culinary Students
Farm to Table Project



The Culinary Arts students made a salad with Bibb lettuce that was grown by the Environmental Resource Management (ERM) students as part of on an Urban Farm to Table Project.  The Culinary Arts students also made single knot rolls with fresh ground flour that they ground from Hard Winter and Spring Wheat berries that were purchased from Palouse brands – a Midwest farming family.  The ERM program has 3 greenhouses where they are growing organic non-GMO produce.  In the spring they will be growing produce in their outdoor raised bed gardens as well as teach ERM programs in the outdoor classroom.