6290 Worcester Highway | Newark, Maryland 21841 | Phone 410-632-5050

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October 17
WTHS Closed October for MSEA Convention
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November 3
November 3, 2014 Closed for Students - Professional
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November 4
November 4, 2014 School Closed for Students - copy
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November 26
WTHS Closed November 26-28, 2014 for Thanksgiving Holiday

Question of the Day

The Official SAT Question of the Day for Thursday, September 18

The following sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. If the sentence contains an error, select the one underlined part that must be changed to make the sentence correct. If the sentence contains no error, select choice E. 

The Sun has been shining for  nearly  five billion years and is thought
  A  
 that it has  sufficient thermonuclear fuel in its core  to 
 B   C  
 shine   for about  another five billion.  No error 
   D   E  

  1. click to choose answer A   
  2. click to choose answer B   
  3. click to choose answer C   
  4. click to choose answer D   
  5. click to choose answer E   

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At Worcester Technical High School (WTHS), all students are challenged to prepare for college and future careers in a global economy. The school is centrally located in Newark, Maryland and serves students in grades 9 through 12 enrolled in the three area high schools that elect to pursue a certificate in a career field as well as academic preparation for college. In recent years, five S.T.E.M. academies: pre-engineering, biomedical, interactive media, business, and renewable energies have been added to the 16 traditional vocation programs of study. State of the art technology used in business and industry is taught in all program areas, with all programs designed to meet current and future local and national job market needs. Together, students, parents, and teachers set high expectations for students to achieve academically, technically, and socially. The motto of Worcester Technical High School is "Teaching the Whole Student."