Pathways Technology Early College High School's Full Profile
Pathways Technology Early College High School says
At Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH), students drawn to future careers in information technology (IT), computers, engineering, math and science receive individualized support in preparing for and securing an entry-level position in the highly competitive IT industry. As a founding partner of the school, IBM (and other corporations) will provide all students with internship and training opportunities exposing them to real-world technology careers. In addition, P-TECH students are able to earn an Associate degree or up to two years of college credit from CUNY's New York City College of Technology - at no cost - while still in high school.
Pathways Technology Early College High School received a Noodle Innovative School Award in 2015.
Internships, Mentorship Program, Early College Experience, Courses in Computer Systems and Information Technology, Small Advisory groups led by faculty mentor, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), Academic and Career Planning starting in the 9th grade, Saturday Academy featuring PSAT/SAT prep, project-based STEM workshops. As we expand, we expect to offer AP classes. Language classes to be determined.
Students are expected to apply knowledge and skills in meaningful tasks within authentic contexts and given multiple opportunities to succeed.
Understanding big ideas in content (and in context) is central to the work of students.
Students can only find and make meaning when they ask questions, think at high levels, and solve problems.
Teachers should regularly use thought-provoking, engaging and interactive instructional strategies.
Students will have opportunities to revise their assignments using clear examples of successful work, known criteria, and timely feedback.
Program Specialization: Computer Science & Technology
Available Seats in Freshmen Class: 108
Admission Method: Limited unscreened
Buses: B15, B25, B26, B43, B44, B45, B46, B65
Trains: 3 to Kingston Av; C to Kingston-Throop Avs; A to Utica Av
Public schools are supported through local, state, and federal funding, and do not charge tuition to students who attend them.
Priority to Brooklyn students or residents who attend an information session
Then to New York City residents who attend an information session
Then to Brooklyn students or residents
Then to New York City residents
Regular Application Deadline: December 2
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67% Male / 33% Female
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Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
National Honor Society, National Society of Black Engineers, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers