Capital Region BOCES

Visit us at the Plaza on Sept. 19

Questar III BOCES is participating in the Back to School Expo – the region’s largest back to school expo – for the fifth consecutive year. The event will be held at the Empire State Plaza in Albany on Saturday, September 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Convention...

TVHS offers PBL training

More than 30 educators participated in a three-day workshop at Tech Valley High School designed to promote a deeper understanding of project-based learning (PBL).

Tech Valley HS appoints new principal

The Tech Valley High School (TVHS) Operating Board voted to appoint the school’s next leader Wednesday night, selecting a principal with a proven track record in technology development and building curricula rooted in rigorous science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.

Interim TVHS leadership announced

The leadership of Questar III and Capital Region BOCES announced that former school administrators Kathy Meany and Karen D. McGraw will make up the transition team taking the lead at Tech Valley High School for the remainder of the school year while a nation-wide...

Program brings students to Sage

Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, Questar III now offers a program for students in special education classes to become involved on a college campus.

In conjunction with Russell Sage College in Troy, the “Sarah’s Sisters Program” is open to male and female students age 18-21 who are high school students and have completed their high school credential, either a Career Development and Occupational Studies Credential (CDOS) or a Skills and Achievement Credential (SAC).

Gov. announces New Tech Valley HS

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the completion of the new Tech Valley High School, which focuses on providing students with a solid foundation in science, technology, engineering and math skills, which are increasingly important as New York continues to expand its leadership in the development of next generation technologies. Located at the Albany NanoTech Complex, the school is the result of collaboration between Tech Valley High School and the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering /SUNY Institute of Technology. Over 140 students are enrolled for the Fall 2014 semester, with the freshman class at capacity.