Students of WWTC have the opportunity to compete for the honor of Student of the Month. To be nominated a student must have excellent attendance and grades, participate in classroom and community service activities, and demonstrate leadership and cooperation within their class. They will prepare a brief essay as to why they deserve the honor and participate in an interview with a non-partial panel. Monetary awards from the WWVTC Foundation and gifts from sponsors are presented to both the winner and the runner-up each month. The winners of Student of the Month are eligible to compete for the Student of the year designation.
Andrew J. Smith of Holdenville was named the Student of the Year for school year 2010-2011. Andy was a student in the Electricians Assistant major and served on the Gold Star Ambassador Leadership Team.
First Runner-up was Keila Cobb, a Surgical Technology student from Wanette. Keila was a National Technical Honor Society member and served on the Gold Star Ambassadors Leadership Team.
Second Runner-up was Laura Hice, a Surgical Technology student from Holdenville. Laura was a National Technical Honor Society member and served on the Gold Star Ambassadors Leadership Team.
To be eligible for membership in the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), post-secondary students must maintain no less than a 95% average in their technical subject and attend full time. High school students must also maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average at their home school. Members can not have more than four absences during the semester that they are being evaluated. The purpose of the NTHS is to promote the ideal of honesty, service, leadership and skilled workmanship among technical students of America.
Faculty Advisors: Crystal Orr, Jodie Dunn, Karla Smith and Brenda Wingo.
Faculty Advisors: Robin Hinkley, Tylisa Bray, Billy Moore, Allen Smith, Andy Smith, and Jodie Dunn