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South Carolina CTE Teacher of the Year Award Goes to St. John’s High School Instructor
Published:
7/11/2016 3:08:39 PM


Darwin Shorters
 
Darwin Shorters, a computer science instructor at St. John’s High School, was recently named the 2016 South Carolina Career and Technology Education (CTE) Teacher of the Year by the South Carolina Department of Education.

He is known for his commitment to his students, his devotion to teaching, and his far-reaching leadership. His passion for and knowledge of career and technology programs is recognized widely at his
school.

“Darwin has made a profound impact on the students of St. John's High School,” said Andre Dukes, principal at St. John’s High School. “I am proud of his work for preparing our young people to be Scholars of the Island, Citizens of the World. The role of a teacher is challenging and Darwin has conquered the challenge with the utmost professionalism.”

This isn’t the first time that Mr. Shorters has been recognized for his contributions. Earlier this year he was recognized as the 2016 Teacher of the Year by Project Lead the Way.

"I am a firm believer that if you do good things, then good things will happen,” said Darwin Shorters. “Winning this award is definitely an honorable, good thing. More importantly, it shows everyone that at St. John’s High School, we have incredible top notch students. Our slogan is not just a collection of words. We have Scholars on the Island and our students will be Citizens that will lead our World." 
 

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