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Port Neches-Groves High School gets students ready for job force
A new state law is designed to help high school students get a jump start on a career. At Port Neches - Groves High School, students aren't just learning reading, math and history. Some students are getting hands-on training in engineering, auto mechanics, nursing and other careers.Superintendent Dr. Rodney Cavness credits a new state law allowing students to choose a career path, which essentially is going to a four-year college or a career-ready technology path.That path allows students to enter the workforce straight out of high school or earn credits toward an education at LIT.Cavness says the program is working. In fact, some PN-G students built a vehicle from the ground up.The students worked together to install all the wiring, the fuel system and brakes.