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The West Side Career and Technology Center (formerly West Side Area Vocational-Technical School) is a full time Career and Technology Center. A complete academic curriculum complements fully accredited career and technology courses, grades 9 thru 12.

Our Mission

The mission of the West Side Career and Technology Center is to provide a quality educational community in which all students will learn academic, career, technical, and soft skills necessary to prepare them to be contributing members of our society, skilled members of the workforce, and responsible life-long learners prepared to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Our Vision

With the support of highly qualified instructors, technologically integrated teaching strategies, and strong partnerships in post-secondary educational institutes of learning and in the workforce, the graduates of the West Side Career and Technology Center will be provided with a climate in which they can grow intellectually and emotionally in order to be successful in the workforce as well as in secondary educational institutes of learning.


Titan Of The Month - December

Titan Of The Month

Titan of the Month Sponsored by Pizza Bella
From Left: Jeanne Kravitz, Health Related Technology Instructor; Richard Rava, Assistant Director/Principal; Julie Patton, Health Related Technology



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Student Recognition

Law Enforcement Students assisted Forty Fort Borough pass out recycling calendars as part of a community service project over the winter break. (Click Image for Full View)

Student Recognition

Community Service Project
Left to Right: Mr. Hunsinger, Noah Miller, Brian Lupher, Gavin Burke, Ricki George and Forty Fort Officer Matthew Smith


Law Enforcement students assisted the Kingston Police Department with their second annual Teen Buckle-Up Campaign. Kingston Police applied for and reviewed a grant to educate teen drivers on the importance of using their seat belts. Law Enforcement students handed out brochures to help educate the teen drivers. (Click Image for Full View)

Student Recognition

Teen Buckle-Up Campaign
Front Row: Dylan Dundore 9th Grade, Mykenna Dekin 9th Grade, Noah Miller 10th Grade, Joshua Bonetski 9th Grade, Joseph Chacke 11th Grade. Second Row: Mr. Hunsinger, Officer Matthew Bonawits, Sergeant Thomas McTague, Ricki George 11th Grade, Gavin Burke 11th Grade, Tyler Vitale 11th Grade, Kelsey Hawk 12th Grade, Gabrielle Witten 12th Grade, Sergeant Samuel Blaski, Officer John Sosnoski and Assistant Director Rick Rava