• Virtual FAFSA webinars

    Posted by sm on 2/23/2021

    PHEAA is offering two (2) virtual FAFSA Overview webinars in March for students and their families who may need help in completing the 2021-22 FAFSA application.  This webinar will be very helpful to seniors who have not completed the FAFSA application. 

     The first webinar will be offered on March 3, 2021, at 6:30 PM and the second webinar will be offered on March 24, 2021, at 6:30 PM. 

    After each webinar PHEAA will have staff available to assist students and their families with any follow-up questions they may have at that time.  Students can call the toll-free number at 1-800-722-8289. 

    Details about the webinars and phone number are listed on the attached flyer

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  • Thomas W. O'Brien Memorial Scholarship

    Posted by sm on 2/9/2021

    The Thomas W. O’Brien Memorial Scholarship is an annual $1,500 scholarship available for a career and technical education student enrolled in a secondary CTE program in Pennsylvania and planning to attend a post-secondary institution majoring in a career and technical field.

    The application can be obtained by going to www.cte.iup.edu/scholarship.

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  • Driver's Education Program

    Posted by sm on 1/15/2018

    Hours: 30 hours / 6 hours

    Day(s): Monday - Friday

    Fee: see description

    Start Date: Call or stop by the Continuing Education Office for registration form/questions. (215-855-3931)

    Description: 30 hours of Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) approved classroom theory and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction including the driver's licensing exam. Successful completion enables many students to qualify for insurance rate reductions. Classroom - $180.00; Behind-The-Wheel - $395.00; On-line Classroom - $99.00

    Requirements: All instructors are part time, Pennsylvania Certified, and driving is according to their schedule. NOTE: Please sign up early as there is usually a wait time for lessons. Graduating Seniors: You must complete all hours prior to graduation in order to receive the Drivers Licensing Exam at North Montco Technical Career Center. The licensing exam is only given to high school students who have completed the classroom and behind-the-wheel, and have not graduated from high school.


    Please note: Sign up shortly after you receive your permit as there is usually a wait or behind-the-wheel classes to begin. 


    Click here for the registration form or contact northmontco@nmtcc.org.



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