Students enter the PTECH High School program as 9th graders and work simultaneously toward earning an Advanced Regents Diploma and an A.A.S. degree from Finger Lakes Community College in Information Technology, Instrumentation and Control Technologies or Mechanical Technology, at no cost to the student's family.
The 4-6 year sequence emphasizes individualized pathways to completion, mentorships, work-based experiences, in-depth project-based learning and real world experiences.
The PTECH School Counselor will be responsible for providing assistance in the direction of the school and provide direct support for each student as they work towards completing both high school and college degrees and transition into career. In addition, the counselor will serve as a liaison with school districts, parents and students, FLCC, and regional industry partners.