Latest High School News
Venango Technology Center Technical Honor Society Induction
The Venango Technology Center held their 2021-22 Induction Ceremony on December 2, 2021. The following Titusville High School students were inducted into this prestigious organization: Amber Auer, Jessie Burk, Dalton Cole, Nathan Lindquist, Kaitlyn Sellen, and Emme-Kate Wilks.
L-R: Amber Auer, Dalton Cole, Nate Lindquist, Jessie Burk: Not pictured Kaitlyn Sellen, Emme-Kate Wilks
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE CLASS OF 2022
Postsecondary planning for Class of 2022…resource websites have been placed on the THS School Counseling page
University of Pittsburgh @ Bradford College in the Classroom
Registration for “Pitt Bradford College in the Classroom” classes has begun. Eligible students in grades 10-12 at Titusville High School enrolled in Academic Algebra II, Advanced Biology, Advanced Chemistry, Calculus, Financial Accounting, Microsoft Office, Pre-Calculus, Physics II, and Spanish III. Interested students must obtain an application form from the instructor for their class. Students who would like to obtain the college credit will have to pay a fee to the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. If your student is in 9th grade and they are taking any of the eligible courses they could be eligible to take these College in the Classroom courses to obtain these college credits, but the following criteria MUST be met. The student must have scored proficient or higher on the subject course on their Keystone test and they MUST have a letter of recommendation from one of the Principals (THS) and the teacher who is teaching the class they would like to take.
PLEASE make sure you have completed your students BACK TO SCHOOL UPDATE.
Tech Information for Students and Parents
Tech support phone for students/parents at home
Tech support can be reached by calling 814-827-0977 – This is for students or parents that are at home and need tech support. If the student is in the building we would prefer they go through their teacher so we can look at the issue onsite. This number will ring until either one of us picks up or the caller hangs up.
Tech support email for students/parents
Tech support can be reached by emailing email@example.com – This is for students or parents who are at home and need tech support. If the student is in the building we would prefer they go through their teacher so we can look at the issue onsite.
This is the quickest way to contact us, especially in the first week or two of school since we will most likely not be in our office very often.
The information above is for any student/parent that needs tech support that is either on the hybrid learning model or building online. ROC students have their own way of getting help.