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At a Glance

  • +$19,000 Nationally, CTE grads make $19k more per year than college grads with associates degrees.
  • 75% Nationally, three out of four CTE students continue on to college.
  • 31 School districts are served in Washington, Saratoga, Warren, Hamilton, and Essex Counties.
  • 20 CTE offers more than 20 programs

The Future of Career Success Starts Here

Combining academic programs with real hands-on learning, Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides its students with many different paths to the future. Some go on to college, others go right into a career. All have started to achieve the occupational and 21st Century skills so important in building a successful life and career.

News & Announcements

18 students, instructor and chaperone at Saluting Branches event

Environmental Conservation & Forestry Students Honor Veterans in a Unique Way

Normally the Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery in Schuylerville is a quiet and peaceful place. On September 20, it was a buzz of activity as Environmental Conservation & Forestry Instructor Dennis Flynn and 18 of his students joined professional arborists from around the state for the 9th Annual Saluting Branches Day of Service.
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CTE At The Washington County Fair

Want to learn some new culinary techniques ? How about learning the latest hair braiding trends, seeing Mig welding, or checking out how to operate a mini-excavator? These are just a few of the demonstrations visitors can attend when WSWHE BOCES highlights its Career and Technical Education (CTE) program at the Washington County Fair August 21-27.
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SkillsUSA 2023 National Competition Highlights

The 59th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership & Skills Conference is the ultimate recognition of career and technical education excellence. Nine WSWHE BOCES students from the Southern Adirondack Education Center, F. Donald Myers Center and Early College Career Academy (ECCA) showcased their framework skills at the Conference from June 19 to June 23 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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