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Information sessions to begin

 

01.06.10

 

A series of seven information sessions on the innovative Tech Valley High School will be conducted across the mid-Hudson Valley and Capital Region starting next week.

The first session will be held January 12 at the school, which is located in East Greenbush, and sessions will continue through February 4. The sessions will be held at TVHS and in remote locations, such as Schoharie and Hudson.

Below is a complete listing of dates and locations. Each session will run from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

  • January 12, 2010 at Tech Valley High School

  • January 14, 2010 at Schoharie Junior/Senior High School, 136 Academy, Dr., Schoharie

  • January 20, 2010, Coxsackie-Athens High School Auditorium, 24 Sunset Blvd, Coxsackie

  • January 25, 2010, Tech Valley High School

  • January 28, 2010, Hudson Junior/Senior High School, 215 Harry Howard Avenue, Hudson

  • February 2, 2010, Scotia-Glenville High School, 1 Tartan Way in Scotia.

  • February 4, 2010, Tech Valley High School

Tech Valley High School is located at the University at Albany East Campus, DB Wing, 9 University Place in Rensselaer. For more information, call the school at 862-4960.

The school has won praise from all involved with it, from parents to the state Education Commissioner.

“The (students) results are good and at the same time there is a sense of purpose, sense of understanding why you’re doing what you’re doing and why you’re learning what you’re learning,” said Education Commissioner David Steiner.

“By attending TVHS, John has learned the importance of being respectful with his peers, teachers, and all he comes into contact with. Because of TVHS and the exposure John has had to business and university leaders … he has goals to work towards, and is learning how to reach those goals,” said Stacey Sicko, a parent of a sophomore.


 

 

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