May 18, 2011
Sequoyah senior Lakota Clinton with Mitch Ogle, ICTC welding teacher, at the National Technical Honor Society induction ceremony.
Two Sequoyah Schools students were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society at the Indian Capital Technology Center.
“These students have demonstrated honesty, dependability, leadership and academic excellence,” said Vicki Craig with ICTC.
Inductees Branden Blakely and Lakota Clinton are both seniors at Sequoyah. Blakely was enrolled in the auto collision repair program at ICTC and Clinton was enrolled in welding. Both recently completed all of the requirements for their vocational programs, graduating with honors.
Blakely, 19, of Tahlequah, is the son of Gayla McAnally and John Blakely and is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. He enjoys playing golf and has attended Sequoyah Schools since he was a freshman.
Clinton, 18, of Tahlequah, is the son of Joey Clinton and Karen Dye and is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. He is a member of Skills USA and Ambassadors of Information. He has worn third and fourth place in local welding competitions.
Both will graduate from Sequoyah on Friday, May 20 at 6:30 p.m. at The Place Where They Play.
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