The school served as an example of the importance and benefits of offering advanced placement courses to students and is directly related to one of the bills. The second bill addresses student government in schools.
- Legislation (A.514-A/S.5650-A) Requires School Districts Provide Parents and Students with Information on Advanced Placement Course Offerings, Their Benefits, and the Support the District Provides for Participating Students
- Legislation (S.1732/A.6091) Requires the Establishment of Student Governments in High Schools and School Districts Where They Do Not Currently Exist
In addition to holding a press conference for the bills, Governor Hochul toured our innovative school and met with students. Learn more about her visit to Tech Valley High School here or watch the videos below:
Tech Valley High School is a four-year regional public high school located on the SUNY Polytechnic Institute Campus in Albany. It serves approximately 150 students, from grades 9 through 12, engaging them in hands-on projects that include unique, innovative and student-centered educational opportunities. The school was formed in 2007 through a partnership of Questar III BOCES and Capital Region BOCES and is supported by the Business Alliance and Tech Valley School Foundation.