Most teenagers haven’t prepared a meal for more than one or two people. Four Café Protégé students now have experience in making lunch for 350.
What do you get when you combine science, technology, engineering and math all in the same lessons and add hands-on exercises that challenge students to think critically and solve problems together?
The next step in a new dual-enrollment program depends on what Billings high school students decide next week.
Students from the Career Center's SkillsUSA Club are headed up to Havre next month to compete with other Montana high schools with a little assist from some friends.
Build a house; take a test; earn college credit.
Lily Hill, 6, climbed behind the driver's seat of the new family car, looked around and decided there was only one thing she really needed to check: the horn.
Saint Vincent surgeon Jeff Rentz introduces Billings Career Center students to the da Vinci SI, a surgical robot designed to help doctors perform less invasive surgeries.
Calder Christensen and Miguel Mascarena bolt together on Friday the heavy duty pole frame of an arbor shade structure the Career Center students are building at Washington Elementary School in Billings.
Jase Paul drills a bolt hole through the heavy duty pole frame of an arbor shade structure on Friday that the Career Center students are building at Washington Elementary School in Billings.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock talks to Scott Anderson at the Career Center in Billings Wednesday September 03, 2013.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock talks to a Jobs for Montana Graduates class at the Career Center in Billings on Wednesday. Bullock has been visiting schools all across the state since last week.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock speaks with Montana Graduates teacher Joe Barbero at the Career Center in Billings on Wednesday. Bullock has been visiting schools across the state since last week.
Hundreds of volunteers from 40 local businesses and organizations have been going to school. Both the volunteers and the students have learned a lot.
The idea is to throw wide the doors and let the public come take a gander.
Teacher Dave Tolton helps Alex Elison in a digital-electronics class at the Career Center in Billings on Tuesday. The Career Center will be on display Thursday night as part of the school's annual Expo.
Alyssa Espinoza works on a problem in a digital-electronics class at the Career Center in Billings on Tuesday. The school will be open to the public Thursday night for its annual Career Center Expo.
Gerrit Bruhaug works on the design for a model train in his Introduction to Engineering Design class at the Career Center in Billings on Tuesday. The train will be made by a 3-D printer.
Teacher Karl Schwartz holds a propeller and a bearing made with a 3-D printer in a Career Center engineering design class in Billings on Tuesday.
The body was on a gurney in the back of the classroom and pools of blood and vomit congealed on the floor in front of the white board.
Students in the biomedical science class at the Career Center take notes on a mock murder scene in their classroom Tuesday morning. The students will spend the school year learning from their clues to come up with a cause of death in the simulated fatality.