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February 11, 2014

Seacoast School of Technology hosts information night

EXETER, N.H. — The Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter will host an Information Night for Seabrook high school and middle school students and their families tomorrow from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

SST provides career and technical education programs designed to teach students tangible, marketable skills. The educational programs are available to students attending Winnacunnet High School. Many courses enable students to earn college credits while completing their high school requirements.

Students can choose from 12 different programs including: automotive, construction, health science, marketing and welding technologies, as well as animal and plant science, biotechnology, education, computer science, culinary arts, digital media arts and pre-engineering.

During the Information Night, staff will be on hand to talk about how a career and technical program can be combined with a traditional high school curriculum, to answer questions and give tours.

The Seacoast School of Technology is located at 40 Linden St. Guests should park on the Tuck Learning Campus or behind the former Exeter High School Annex.

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