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Career & Tech is a Middle States accredited and NYSED approved school offering more than 40 programs of study for high school and adult students at campuses in Albany (Colonie) and Schoharie and several off-campus locations.
Students at the Schoharie campus of Capital
Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) will have a new
vehicle to learn their trade on when school year opens in September.
You could say that attending Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) has changed 2016 Schenectady City School District graduate Nick George's life. Read More
graduates of the New Visions: Multimedia and Digital Communications
program are evidence
that journalism, despite popular predictions of its imminent demise,
If you have a budding interest in flowers and
aspire to a career using your "green thumb," then Capital Region
BOCES has an adult course offering just for you.
"I learned the skills of an HVAC/R technician and also the skills and knowledge of what employers are looking for." Read More
When Morgan Hume arrives at Suffolk University in
Boston this fall to major in journalism, she will be "one step ahead
of her college classmates" thanks to the experiences of the New
Vision: Multimedia and Digital Communications program offered by
Capital Region BOCES.
Current students taking part in SEMI High Tech U
and past attendees agree, attending the three-day camp broadens
horizons and better prepares campers for life in a global high tech
Adults who are earning their high school
equivalency (HSE) diplomas (previously known as GEDs) as well as
those who have graduated the Capital Region BOCES English for
Speakers of Other Language (ESOL) program will be celebrated during
a graduation ceremony on July 28 in Albany.
The annual SEMI High Tech U program is in full
swing today, tomorrow and Friday in the Capital Region, providing
opportunities for students to prepare for careers in STEM.
There is one thing certain about learning the heating, ventilation,
air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) trade — the job
prospects are quite hot.
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For Brian Nelson of Middleburgh, his favorite times are ones spent getting his hands greasy working on an automobile. Read More
With the sound of a sledge hammer and excavator working on a new
upgrade, Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE)
administrators recently detailed a number of the safety and security
upgrades undertaken at the Albany CTE campus during the last year.
For class of 2016 graduate Shawn St. Louis, his favorite memory of attending CTE is a little different than most high school graduates. Read More
If you want to be a cosmetologist, you have to go to summer school.
No that's not the message to just one student who didn't do well
during the school year; rather that is the message each and every
high school student attending Capital Region BOCES Career and
Technical School's (CTE) cosmetology program receives as they start
the comstology program at CTE.
"I chose to attend Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School
(CTE) as a stepping stone... to see if nursing was right for me,"
said Karley Audino, a 2016 graduate of the nurse assistant program
on the Albany CTE campus.
For the second consecutive year, the communication and recruiting
efforts of the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School
(CTE) have won national communication awards.
Ask almost any of the students at Capital Region BOCES Career and
Technical School (CTE) why they are attending CTE and among their
top three reasons will be they like working with their hands.
Shadeh Din enjoyed the fashion program so much as a senior, that she returned as an adult student during the 2015-16 school year to complete the two-year program while she was also taking courses at Hudson Valley Community College. Read More
An accreditation evaluation team from the Middle States
Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on
Secondary Schools will be on the Capital Region BOCES
Career and Technical School (CTE) campus from April
In the event of inclement weather, students and their parents/guardians should follow school closing information provided by their home high schools. Students home school districts determine whether or not to transport students, end their day early or close their high school campuses. Adult students should watch the media for school closings; their classes are cancelled if the Capital Region BOCES Career & Technical School is closed.
The Capital Region BOCES Career & Technical School offers careers without limits for students of all ages, abilities, interests, and backgrounds. In the 21st century workplace, careers have no gender. Start your future here today!