4 from Albion inducted into National Technical Honor Society

Posted 12 March 2021 at 9:55 am

Press Release, Albion Central School

ALBION – Albion’s Charles D’Amico High School is pleased to announce that four of its students have been inducted into Orleans/Niagara BOCES National Technical Honor Society.

Jacob Coolbaugh

The first of the inductees is Jacob Coolbaugh, a senior at the High School. He is in Computer Technology at the Orleans Career & Technical Education Center (OCTEC).

According to Coolbaugh, he is planning on majoring in Cyber Security at Genesee Community College.

“My goal is to be a cybersecurity expert and work at a reliable company,” Coolbaugh said.

In addition to his academic successes, Coolbaugh also competes on Albion’s Swim Team.

Benjamin Hickman

Benjamin Hickman is focusing on Electricity and Electronics at OCTEC. Currently, Hickman’s goal is to head straight into the work-force after graduating this spring.

“My goal is to get and keep a job,” Hickman explained.

On top of his scholastic accomplishments, Benjamin is also a swimmer for Albion in addition to being a trap shooter.

Elijah Lloyd

The third inductee is Elijah Lloyd and is also a senior at Albion High School. Lloyd is focusing on Security and Law Enforcement and plans to attend the University of Buffalo for Computer Engineering once he graduates.

“My goal is to become a State Trooper,” Lloyd said.

Succeeding not just as a student but as an athlete as well, Lloyd also plays on Albion’s basketball team and runs track and field.

Jakob Talbot

Lastly, Jakob Talbot was also inducted into the NTHS. Talbot has been studying Electricity and Electronics at OCTEC and plans to further his education by attending college for electricity wiring or computer programming.

“My goal is to accomplish my future plans,” Talbot stated.

His accomplishments don’t stop there, Talbot was recognized for being on Honor Roll, a member of National Honor Society, and a tri-sport athlete in the Purple Eagle Athletic Program as a member of the track and field, wrestling, and cross country teams.

All four inductees were also recognized for their perfect attendance as well as being members of SkillsUSA, a national organization that provides leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and character development experiences for its students.