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P-TECH program

Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) is a grant-funded program that enables students to earn an associate degree while simultaneously working toward their high school regents diploma.

Students entering grade nine are selected for this six-year program based on an application and recommendations. Each student receives intensive, individualized academic support from high school and college faculty in courses that are co-taught by a variety of academic and technical instructors with specific industry skills and training.

Students work in a project-based, high-tech learning environment created to simulate real-world problem solving and creativity. After-school and summer support are important components of the program.
 
P-TECH prepares students to earn an associate degree in one of three technical areas: computer technology, engineering technology, or health studies. 
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P-TECH students show you're never too young to learn computer coding image P-TECH students show you're never too young to learn computer coding

Students in the Southern Tier P-TECH Computer Technology program at Broome-Tioga BOCES recently hosted pre-K students from the Chenango Valley Preschool for an “hour of code.” (click on headline to read more) view gallery

 
Engineering students design composting toilet facility for Kopernik Science Park image Engineering students design composting toilet facility for Kopernik Science Park

Grade 11 Engineering Academy students designed a composting toilet facility for families to use while visiting Kopernik Observatory's new Science Park in Vestal. (click on headline to read more)

 
Health Studies students meet state mandate for CPR training image Health Studies students meet state mandate for CPR training

The state now requires all high schools in New York to provide instruction on hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and training in the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to students as part of the health education curriculum. This means that students must be provided with CPR and AED training before they graduate. Students will need to be provided this instruction only once during their high school careers, and our P-TECH Health Studies students in 11th grade are tackling this task head-on and with enthusiasm. Following their training, they must take and pass a CPR exam to be CPR/AED certified.

 

 
P-TECH featured in WBNG-TV "Around the Tiers" segment image P-TECH featured in WBNG-TV "Around the Tiers" segment

Assistant Principal Matt Sheehan and senior Brock McWherter were recently invited to talk about the P-TECH program during a segment on WBNG-TV's "Around the Tiers." (click on headline to see photo)

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Local business leaders learn the value of P-TECH program from student image Local business leaders learn the value of P-TECH program from student

A group of roughly 40 Broome Chamber members recently got a first-hand account of life in the P-TECH program from Tyreek Tyler-Rainey, a students in P-TECH’s Health Studies Academy. (click on headline to read more)

 
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For more information about the P-TECH program, contact Assistant Principal Matthew Sheehan at 607.763.3346 or by email.
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