Several hundred Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) students – including six from Scotia-Glenville – were honored on June 5 for their excellent performance in programs preparing them for future careers in professions ranging from health care to network technician.
With a packed house of parents, family members, friends, CTE faculty and staff, BOCES administrators and educators from their home districts looking on, the 295 program completers and dozens more first-year students were honored during morning and afternoon ceremonies at Proctors in Schenectady.
These students received awards for their respective programs:
- Austin Bijec, Academic Achievement
- Dylan McPhail, Growth in Achievement
Auto Body Refinishing and Collision Repair
- Salvatore Martin, Growth In Achievement
- Catherine Pooler, Outstanding Student
- Sophie Mailey, Growth in Achievement
Criminal Justice I
- Samantha Shepard, Academic Achievement