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Capital Region Career & Technical School

Schoharie Campus

 

SchoharieThe Capital Region Career & Technical School (CTE), Schoharie campus, is a career and technical school operated by the Capital Region BOCES.

Located at 174 State Route 30A in Schoharie, the Schoharie campus offers high school  students seven educational programs, including college-credit bearing courses, and programs for students of all abilities.

Students learn in classrooms that featuring the latest technology and equipment for each career and technical program, and faculty and staff who are experts in their fields, creating an excellent learning environment.

For most CTE students, learning extends beyond the campus. Field trips and visits, job shadowing, internships and paid employment experiences give our students an edge in careers and college. The Capital Region Career & Technical School partners with local business and industry to offer such opportunities, and employers from our region help us design programs to meet the changing demands of todays workplace.

In fact, the Capital Region Career & Technical School prepares students for employment and/or further study in some of the fastest growing occupations identified by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics with job projections such as 13 percent growth (cosmetology) and 19 percent growth (heavy equipment operation).

 Students in most programs can earn college credits through articulation agreements with several colleges, universities and technical/trade schools.

In fact, CTE programs have articulation agreements with more than a dozen institutions, including SUNY Cobleskill and SUNY Alfred, and offer college credits from the University at Albany, Hudson Valley Community College and other colleges.

Capital Region BOCES CTE is committed to helping students meet the states learning and graduation standards. Academics are integrated into our career and technical education programs, academic faculty are on staff, extra help is provided, and one-year programs have been developed to allow students to spend more time at their home schools.

CTE is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and offers programs approved by the New York State Education Department for the Career and Technical Education Endorsed New York State Regents Diploma.

Click here for information on the Albany CTE campus.

Click here for information on the Center for Advanced Technology at Mohonasen.


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