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Early high school tech program moves to Newark

The Wayne-Finger Lakes Board of Cooperative Educational Services celebrated the move Thursday of its Pathways Technology Early College High School.

P-Tech was previously housed in the Phelps-Clifton Springs School District, and is now at 1100 Technology Parkway in the Silver Hill Technology Park off of Route 88.

BOCES said the location strategically places the P-Tech program next to Finger Lakes Community College’s Newark campus, “which allows students to conveniently attend the classes they are enrolled in as part of their education.”

The P-Tech Program provides students throughout the region workplace internships in a curriculum that allows them to choose their own technology-based pathways to high-skilled and in-demand jobs, said BOCES. Upon successful completion of the six-year program, students receive an associates degree from FLCC.

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