CTC Students Design a Habitat for Humanity House

CTC Students Design a Habitat for Humanity HouseState High students in Chip Crawford's Architectural Drafting and Design 3 class in the Career and Technical Center have spent their school year designing a 1,200-square foot, two-story house. 

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Your Inaugural Class of Maroon & Gray Honorees

Your Inaugural Class of Maroon & Gray HonoreesThe SCASD Education Foundation is proud to announce the inaugural group of honorees for the newly-formed Maroon & Gray Society. Selected from a pool of 60-plus nominations, the inaugural class includes:


• Steve Gentry, Alum, Track Star and Beloved Coach
• Joe Boris, Teacher of 40 Years, Commissioner of the Intramural Basketball Association
• Rich Victor, Award-Winning Music Educator
• Matthew Berrena, Alum, Honored Veteran
• Bob Drafall, Music Coordinator, Celebrated Choir Director
• The 1979 Baseball Team
• Marion Bressler, Lifelong Educator, Innovator and Author
• Carol Gentry, Beloved High School English Teacher


“State High has been home to so many remarkable alumni, educators, influencers and stand-out teams and groups. We wanted to find a way to honor these individuals while also supporting today’s students,” says Foundation President Doug Loviscky.

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Delta Program Students Host Mayoral Debate

Delta Program Students Host Mayoral DebateThough not old enough to vote, Delta Program students recently showed they can have political influence.

Students in two social studies classes, “Debate” and “Problems that Persist,” collaborated on hosting a State College Borough mayoral race debate on Oct. 23 in the Delta auditorium. In front of the Delta student body and invited parents, candidates Michael Black, Don Hahn and Ron Madrid introduced themselves before taking turns answering 10 questions posed by students on stage.

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