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New STEM high school program on the horizon for area students  

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Capital Region Pathways in Technology Early High School (P-TECH)to begin September 2018

 

Current eighth-graders who want something different from their high school careers are invited to attend Capital Region P-TECH in September 2018.

Debt-Free Degrees + Skills for Success = Future Freedom

P-TECH is a four to six year program (grades 9-14) designed to engage students and help them be successful in careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Students who successfully complete the program earn a high school diploma and an associate’s degree at no cost in a high-tech field. Graduates are first in line for a job with industry partners in the growing field of information technology.

Students can choose from one of two sites—Watervliet-Junior High School and Mohonasen High School. Initial diploma pathways for students include degrees in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems and Cybersecurity, and pathways will expand in 2019.

Apply and Learn More

The application process is now underway for eighth graders to enroll for September 2018. Learn about the application process and get answers to your questions.

P-TECH Parent and Student Information Nights

Current eighth-graders and their families are invited to learn more about the program at any of these upcoming events:

•   Thursday, April 19 – Schenectady County Community College, Stockade Building, 7 p.m.

•   Tuesday, April 24 – Watervliet High School, First Floor Conference Room, 6:30 p.m.

•   Thursday, April 26 – Schoharie Career and Technical School, Terrace Room, 7 p.m.