BROOMFIELD, Colo.--(Redstone College, a Denver-based institution of higher learning, announced today that Larry Castle, a student of the school’s A&P program, was recognized by the Colorado Association of Career Colleges and Schools’ (CACCS) as a 2012 “Student of the Year.” Castle was honored in a ceremony that took place Sept. 7, 2012, at The Denver Post.)--
Castle was named the Student of the Year by CACCS in the Technical Trades category. He was nominated for his exceptional commitment to his education and his dedication to perfection. Devoted to his coursework and a consummate professional, he achieves a 4.0 GPA and continually seeks ways to contribute to the school. Castle is often seen tutoring his fellow classmates. During his first course at Redstone, he tied out for Team Redstone’s Aircraft Maintenance Technology Society’s annual competition in Las Vegas. Castle was voted captain of Redstone’s winning team and under his leadership, the team finished first in the school category and placed fifth overall beating out numerous professional and military groups.
“We are very proud of Larry, who always demonstrates exactly what it takes to be successful in any learning institution. He is committed to his education and goes the extra mile, working hard to obtain his degree and gain experience that will land him a solid job upon graduation. He is very deserving of this award and recognition,” said Tim Guerrero, Campus Academic Dean of Redstone College.
About Redstone College
Founded in 1965 and located in Broomfield, Redstone College offers a variety of technical degree programs including Airframe and Powerplant (A&P), Advanced Electronics Technology, Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration (HVAC), Construction Management and Wind Energy Technology (WIND). Redstone College programs are highly integrated to ensure students learn from instructors who have industry experience, receive hands-on practical training, industry networking opportunities, career placement assistance and tuition-free alumni retraining* and more. Since the school was founded, more than 15,000 students have graduated from the programs. For more information on Redstone College, visit www.Redstone.edu.
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