School of Technology Offers Green Energy Technologies Program


WASHINGTON, D.C. – January 31, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — The Morris County Vocational School District is offering a new Share Time program, Green Energy Technologies, for high school students.

Morris County students in 10th and 11th grade in high school and their parents are encouraged to consider this new program.

The Green Energy Technologies Share Time program is designed for students who desire to help solve our nation’s energy problems through coursework and numerous hands-on activities. Course work will include such areas as alternative energy, biofuels, climate issues, solar and wind energy.

Upon completion of the program students may advance toward a post-secondary degree to achieve industry credentials in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and Building Performance Institute (BPI).

Applications for the 2013-2014 school year are now available online at The application deadline for a junior or senior to apply is February 22, 2013.

For additional information, call the Morris County School of Technology at (973) 627-4600 ext.277.

Students are provided the opportunity to receive daily career and technical training as part of their junior and/or senior high school program. Academic subjects are taken at the home school and students are transported to the Morris County School of Technology in Denville for specialized career and technical training.

The Morris County Vocational School District offers programs for Morris County high school students, including Career Academies, Share Time Programs, Share Time Programs for students with Special Needs and Adult Education programs.


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