Clean Tech ECHS News

  • P-TECH SPIRIT WEEK (9/26-9/30)

    Celebrate Spirit week with us!!

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  • Clean Tech ECHS Offers Info Night – November 9th.

    The Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School in Malta offers an Information Night for prospective students, currently in 8th grade, who are interested in joining the Clean Tech ECHS P-TECH Program. School district leaders, parents and 8th grade students interested in learning more about the program are invited to attend on November 9, 2022 at 6:00pm. The agenda for the evening includes presentations from current students and program staff.  Read full article for more information.

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  • Welcome to the 2022-2023 School Year

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  • ECHS Class of 2022

    Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries ECHS Celebrates the Class of 2022

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  • P-TECH Students Achieve HVCC President's & Dean's Lists for Spring 2022

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  • 9th & 10th Grade Student Project Exhibition

    The Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School (Clean Tech ECHS) will host the final 9th and 10th Grade Student Project Exhibition for the school year on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 from 9 AM-10:00 AM.  Families, teachers, school counselors, administrators, civic leaders, and partners in business, industry, higher education, and non-profit agencies are invited to come see our future leaders present their student projects addressing real world issues.

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  • ECHS Spring Newsletter

    Please review our Spring Newsletter! Find out about Internships, 2022 Graduation information, Business Engagement Opportunities for the summer, Students Solving Real World Problems, information regarding the Annual Scotties Stampede 5K, and much more!!

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  • ECHS students research papers accepted by the World Food Prize New York Youth Institute

    Eighteen juniors in the Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School Program had research papers accepted by the World Food Prize New York Youth Institute, hosted at Cornell University on Friday, March 25th.   The New York Youth Institute at Cornell University engages high school students on the biggest challenges facing people and the planet in the 21st century. It empowers students to research issues they care about, propose their own innovative ideas to solve grand global challenges and explore exciting ways to make a difference in New York and around the world. Throughout the day, students worked directly with food security experts to solve challenges around zero hunger, social inequality, and climate action.  

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  • P-TECH Accepting Applications for Fall 2022

    Interested students should submit their P-Tech Applications through their School Counseling Office. School districts will select the applicants they want to send to the ECHS program and only forward those selected applications to the ECHS program. Home schools must send the selected applications to the program by June 1, 2022. Initial acceptance letters for the program will be sent by the end of June.  Applications will continue to be reviewed after the due date pending enrollment. Applications are due to the ECHS Program by June 1, 2022. Complete the checklist and attach all parts of the application. Once completed, the P-TECH Application should be given to your school counselor to be submitted. The application should be sent by your home school counselor to the address below by June 1, 2022. 

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  • 8th Grade Info Night

    January 20, 2022 - Our current students speak about their experiences in the program w/ 8th graders from throughout the region who are learning about the Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School @PTECHNETWORK @HudsonValleyCC #TECSMART

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  • P-TECH Students Achieve HVCC President's & Dean's Lists for Fall 2021

    Congratulations to our P-TECH Students who achieved HVCC President's & Dean's Lists for Fall 2021. Please read the full article for merit criteria and the student's names.

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  • COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine for Saratoga County

    If your child is exhibiting symptoms, has tested positive for COVID-19, or has come into close contact with someone who has tested positive, please make sure to follow the information on the Saratoga County website prior to returning to school. All positive cases and quarantines should be reported to covidreport@bscsd.org, cferlo@bscsd.org, and asnow@bscsd.org.

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  • Fall Student Project Exhibition

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  • Congratulations Clean Tech ECHS Class of 2021

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  • Graduation Update

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  • ECHS Student Wins International Poetry Competition

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  • P-TECH Students Achieve HVCC President's & Dean's Lists for Fall 2020

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  • P-TECH Students Achieve HVCC President's & Dean's Lists

    56% of students in the P-TECH program recognized on President's or Dean's List at HVCC

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  • Clean Tech ECHS Program Makes Changes for Future Students

    The program will soon offer college majors in Cybersecurity, Engineering Sciences, Health Sciences, and Liberal Arts & Sciences through a partnership with Hudson Valley Community College.

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  • Students Connect with Business and Industry

    Seniors in the Clean Tech ECHS program had the opportunity to present their solar energy projects to business and industry partners, receive feedback, and make changes for their expo presentations in January.

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