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June 26, 2017

“I Am South Hills” – Guido Santella

Guido Santella is an Information Technology instructor at the Altoona campus of South Hills. In 2013, he was named Outstanding Educator of the Year by the Pennsylvania Association of Private School Administrators (PAPSA). Learn more about his teaching style and outside interests in the third installment of our "I Am South Hills" video series.
by South Hills Communications
May 26, 2017
Male student smiling receiving award from instructor

2017 Bruce Ta Memorial Award Recipient Named

Timothy Schafer, an Information Technology student at South Hills in State College, has been given the annual Bruce Ta Memorial Award.
February 27, 2017
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South Hills Graduate Returns to Alma Mater to Hire Employees

Altoona campus graduate Scott Cunningham is living his dream as the owner of Visual Element Media, a media content company that specializes in video production, graphics, photography, website design, and maintenance. All three campuses of South Hills are now adding to the success of this growing enterprise, as Cunningham hired two employees, one each from our Lewistown and State College campuses.
May 25, 2016
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IT Student Named Winner of Bruce Ta Memorial Award

Craig Ramage, Information Technology student at South Hills in State College, has been named this year's recipient of the annual award.
September 30, 2015
This photo shows Career Services Coordinator, Ellen Spinelli, with Ellen Thorn of InFocus, and an Information Technology Student

Speaker Series Kicks Off With Accomplished IT Alumna

The Career Services office at South Hills has kicked off its annual "Brown Bag Speaker Series" with a session for the Information Technology students featuring Ellen Thorne of InFocus Corporation.

June 5, 2015
Group of students smiling

South Hills Students Give Back to Community

Five technological virtuosos from the South Hills School of Business and Technology completed their capstone project at the Mid-State Literary Council on Monday, a real world excursion that challenged their programming prowess and ability to interface with clients as well as computers.