Braden Nelson

Noah Boslet does well at B-A, and he also works a job as part of a co-op through CTC.

Many seniors at Bellwood-Antis High choose to exchange a full day in the classroom for a half day at B-A and the other half at the GACTC to advance their trade skills, and Noah Boslet is no exception.

At Bellwood-Antis Noah is widely known for helping others and making his friends laugh. He can easily be described as friendly and hardworking.

Through CTC, Noah is involved in the Skills USA Program that partners students and teachers to ensure the country will always have a skilled working force. He participates in the job co-op program through CTC, so when he leaves B-A he goes to work at The Small Engine Shop in Altoona.

In his free time, Noah likes to repair vehicles and, like most students at B-A, indulge in Netflix movies and series. In his time spent at Bellwood Noah enjoys going to eat at the Media Center Café. He thinks one of the best parts of attending Bellwood-Antis School is the good friends and great teachers he has come to know here.

After high school, Noah plans to go right into the working force at the small engine shop where he is currently employed.

When asked who his favorite teacher was, Noah chose Mr. John Goodman, for being friendly with everyone and always telling jokes.