Career and Technical Programs

Technical Education is one of several choices of study available to high school students. The major emphasis is on learning skills that will prepare students for success in today’s highly technical world.

Students interested in attending a career and technical program starting in their junior year need to meet the following criteria:

  • a cumulative grade point average of at least 75 for 9th and 10th grade;
  • a minimum of 12 units by the end of 10th grade to be academically on track to graduate with their cohort;
  • an attendance record better than 90 percent each quarter for 9th and 10th grade;
  • excessive disciplinary referrals as reviewed by the administrative department. 

Albany Campus

  • Auto Body Refinishing/Collision
  • Automotive Services
  • Automotive Tech Prep
  • AYES Automotive Technician
  • Building Trades
  • Carpentry Services
  • Computer & Network Technician
  • Diesel Tech
  • Electrical Trades
  • Food Services
  • Global Fashion Studies
  • HVAC
  • Internet Application Design
  • Nurse Assistant
  • Pet Tech
  • Retail & Office Services
  • Two-Year Sequence of Health Careers
  • Vocational Training & Transition
  • Welding & Metal Fabrication

Mohonasen Campus

  • Engineering Technology
  • Entertainment Technology
  • Game Design and Implementation
  • Manufacturing and Machining Technology
  • Sterile Processing
  • Welding & Metal Fabrication

Schoharie Campus 

  • Automotive Trades Technology
  • Building & Grounds Maintenance
  • Construction: Commercial / Residential
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts & Hospitality Technology
  • Telecommunications and Network Tech
  • Two-Year Sequence of Health Careers