Career Tech Programs
Career Tech programs offer students in grades 11 & 12 advanced, hands-on training in a variety of career fields. These programs progress through curriculum quickly and prepare students for in-demand, 21st century careers as well as whatever comes next in their life journey – whether that is attending college, joining the workforce, enlisting in the military or pursuing any number of other paths.
- Academy for Educational Careers
- Automotive Technologies I & II
- Aviation I & II
- Certified Nurse Aide (seniors only)
- Construction Technologies I & II
- Cosmetology I & II
- Criminal Justice I & II
- Culinary Arts I & II
- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) & Health Careers (seniors only; CGEC only)
- Heavy Equipment Operation & Maintenance
- HVAC & Renewable Energies I & II
- Information Technology I & II (REC only; will be discontinued in 2019-20)
- Welding/Metal Fabrication I/Welding/Machine Tool II (CGEC only)
Career Studies Programs
Career Studies programs provide high school students (ages 16-21) with entry-level training in a technical area or trade at an alternative learning pace. These programs are designed to provide more customized career instruction and experience in a supportive learning environment. Career Studies programs have a small student-teacher ratio and are taught by certified teachers with substantial real-world experience in their given trade. The smaller class size provides an individualized course of instruction that helps the student to become successful in the world of work.
- Automotive Services
- Building Trades
- Hospitality & Lodging/Skills, Tasks and Results Training (START)
- Introduction to Employment
- Introduction to Food Services
New Visions students gain valuable insight into career options from a real-world perspective. A 1-year, honors-level program, New Visions turns area businesses, health care facilities and government buildings into classrooms for highly motivated, academically successful high school seniors.
The Theatre Institute at Sage (TIS) Internship Program provides high school seniors with the opportunity to explore careers in theatre performance and production through a combination of project-based experiences, integrated academics, and traditional classroom instruction.
Tech Valley High School (TVHS) is a four-year regional public high school that is built on the principles of project-based learning and collaboration. Students engage in hands-on projects based in authentic applications of New York state learning standards. We serve approximately 140 students in grades 9-12. The mission of Tech Valley High is to provide a unique, innovative and student-centered educational opportunity, engage students in current and emerging technologies and support the growth and economy of the region.