Welcome to our home page! The goal of our website is to provide information about the school, keep you up-to-date on what’s going on at Vo-Tech, and to provide a form of communication between our school and the community. There’s information here on each of our seventeen vocational-technical areas, plus descriptions for all academic courses. To see what’s happening at our school, check the links to the right.
- Keystone Information for Parents – Click here for important information about the Pennsylvania Keystone Exams.
- Joint Operating Committee - Meeting Minutes, Members
- Important School Info: Cell Phones, Taking medication in school, Free and reduced price meals
- Driver’s Theory Course: Click here for information about our next driver’s theory course.
Department of Health Notice About Vaccinations
If you are uninsured or under insured, the Department of Health can help you receive all of your vaccinations! Click here for more details.
Say Thanks to Our School Board Members!
Public education is more than just learning the basic math, science, English and history; it’s a platform for students to reach their potential. It inspires hope for a new generation and a successful future. Columbia-Montour AVTS exists in part because individuals volunteer their time to make informed decisions about the issue facing public schools. Every January we celebrate these everyday heroes – the fourteen elected school board members who serve our students and educational system.
School directors volunteer, on average, 20 hours a month to help run the schools in our community. The school board makes difficult decisions for the betterment of our students. They vote on multi-million dollar budgets, hire staff, select textbooks, review bus schedules and curriculum, to name a few. These dedicated volunteers reside in our community. They are our friends, neighbors, community leaders, parents at your school and engaged senior citizens.
During this month of recognition we ask you, the school directors’ fellow community members, to show your appreciation for their service. Please show your gratitude in some way for their time, effort, and dedication to public education’s advancement. Thank them for advocating on behalf of our collective interests and making the difficult decisions. Most importantly, thank them for being everyday heroes and making our students’ success their priority. Click here for a list of our members.
Y.I.P. Gets Involved!
Youth in Philanthropy members recently coordinated donations for items that will help keep dozens warm in the upcoming months. Students were able to purchase almost $200 worth of mittens and hats to be donated to the Columbia-Montour Tapestry of Health who will distribute the items to local families in need.