The W-FL P-TECH School is closed today, Tuesday, February 12th due to the weather conditions.
W-FL Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) offers students who may not have considered college an option the opportunity to obtain a college degree and pursue a career in the STEM fields. P-TECH students are provided an advanced education over a multi-year pathway of study leading to an Associate’s degree and an exciting and rewarding career.
W-FL P-TECH is a multi-year (grades 9-14) school and commitment; students start in 9th grade and continue with P-TECH and FLCC for up to six-years. At the beginning of their P-TECH career, students are enrolled in both Regents level and college level courses. At the conclusion of their education, each student receives both their high school diploma and an Associate’s degree from Finger Lakes Community College.
W-FL P-TECH shares Brooklyn P-TECH's model as a pioneering new vision for education, college and career readiness and success in the NY Finger Lakes region.
VISION: At W-FL P-TECH, each student believes in themselves and sees themselves as being successful and able by obtaining the professional skills and knowledge needed to earn employment after graduation.
Construction has begun on the new W-FL BOCES P-TECH School located in Newark next to the FLCC campus. You can review the periodic updates on the construction by visiting the W-FL BOCES P-TECH updates page.
Begun in 2018, coming in 2019!
This video shows our plans using a 3-D Architect Modeling and Walkthrough tool.
P-TECH Students enrolled in FLCC online courses are still responsible for their school work during the break week.