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CMTHS Equity Team in the News!

"Amid Pandemic, Student Participation Crucial in Central Montco Technical High School Mural Project"

Click here to read about the CMTHS Equity team and our Mural Project

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If you are a Colonial, Norristown, or Upper Merion Student who will be in 8th, 9th or 10th grade in September 2022 


CMTHS is offering 4 weeks of Career & Technology Experiences in 6 different areas!

Computer Networking


Culinary Arts

Healthcare Sciences

Landscaping & Nature Exploration

Expressive Arts  

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Former CMTHS Student in the News!

"Norristown Native Becomes

Member of Elite

Navy Honor Guard"

Click here to read more

about former Building Trades student Jamier Seivwright in

The Times Herald Online.

Congratulations Jamier!

We are so proud of you!

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The King's Den in the News!

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Check out this article in the Times Herald

about The King's Den!

CMTHS New Masking Guidelines


Effective Thursday, March 3, masks will be optional for students, staff, and guests while indoors at CMTHS. 

This change is being made based on the updated recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC released new masking guidelines on Friday, 2/25/2022 which state that communities may alter masking requirements based on three new tiers for defining COVID transmission - high, medium, and low. A community’s level is determined by the number of hospital admissions, the strain on healthcare systems, and the number of cases in that area. Currently, Montgomery County is in the medium category.

The CDC recommends that people who live in areas of medium transmission should stay current with vaccines, get tested if symptomatic and if at risk for severe illness, speak to your physician for masking guidance.

Those who have symptoms, test positive, or are exposed to someone with COVID should wear a mask.  Masks also must be worn in the nurse’s office.  Disposable masks will be available if needed. According to the guidelines, individuals who test positive for COVID-19 will continue to quarantine.

Please be prepared to talk with your child about respecting family/student/staff choices related to masking. 

Sincerely, Dr. Angela King, Executive Director

Student-run Services

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Click HERE for dates the restaurant is open for lunch and breakfast and to view our menus.


Click HERE for information on our Cosmetology Salon and how to schedule an appointment.


Click HERE for information about our Little Hands Playgroup run by Early

Childhood Education.

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Click HERE

CMTHS is Hiring!

  • Automotive Technology Instructor

  • Executive Assistant (Confidential)

  • Behavior Mentor

  • Cosmetology Instructional Assistant

  • Substitute Teachers for Career and Technical Programs

  • Substitute Instructional Assistants

  • Substitute Custodian, part-time

  • School Nurse Substitute

Please click here for more information.

Job Postings for Students


Looking for a job to gain experience or earn some money?

Click HERE for a list created and maintained by our Coordinator

of Work Based Learning, Mrs. Delellis, to find a job today!

Hawk Talk!

Hawk Talk Highlights
Issue 6 - April 18, 2022

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Hawk Talk is a newsletter that highlights activities, inspiration, and information for and about our CMTHS students.  If you have something that you want to highlight, like a project, picture, or an inspirational message, please email Dr. King at

If you missed an issue you can catch up HERE.


Parents and Guardians -
Stay Connected to CMTHS

CMTHS now utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text  messages straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts, and more!
Opt-in from your mobile phone now by sending “Y” or “Yes” to 67587 or click the button below for more details.

This service is not available for students.

Shaping Today's Students for Tomorrow's Careers

Central Montco Technical High School (CMTHS) provides a variety of programs that prepare individuals to enter the workforce, or to continue their education at colleges, universities and technical schools. In addition to occupation specific training, CMTHS promotes the development of civic responsibility, employability skills, leadership and professionalism. All programs are competency based and designed to meet the needs, skills, interests, abilities and preferences of the individual student. CMTHS is also committed to serving the business and industry sector of the community by providing programs that assist in meeting workforce requirements.