Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Cole Navara, it was a place where he was able to gain valuable knowledge, skills, and experience to prepare him to be a service technician in his family’s HVAC business.
Why Ulster BOCES?
Ulster BOCES provides educational leadership and support, along with more than 200 innovative and cost-effective programs and services, to help the eight public school districts in Ulster County meet their academic, administrative, and operational goals. Our programs benefit students, educators, employers, and taxpayers throughout Ulster County.
of our Grade 12 Career & Technical students graduated with a high school diploma or equivalent in the 2019-2020 year.
articulation agreements with post secondary institutions were in effect as of October 2019, allowing students to earn college credits while still in high school.
devices were purchased for Ulster BOCES & component school districts to support instruction in 2019-2020, along with an additional 2,721 to support reopening.
college credits were earned by the young scholars who attend the Hudson Valley Pathways Academy in the PTECH program during the 2019-2020 school year.
adult learners worked to improve their chances of success by pursuing their High School Equivalency Diploma through adult education programs during the 2019-2020 year.
educators took part in the more than 614 professional development workshops that were presented by Instructional Services experts in the 2019-2020 school year.
local businesses served as partners on our CTE advisory council in 2019-2020, providing valuable input into the curriculum offered to students.
facemasks and other PPE were donated to healthcare facilities in the 2019-2020 school year.
Personal protection equipment is being donated to healthcare and essential workers on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19.
Proud graduate of the Ulster BOCES Criminal Justice program
Police officer Gary Wells attributes his success and love of his career to the Ulster BOCES Criminal Justice program.
Aviation grad Katja Jourdan lands her dream job as a captain for Trans States Airlines.
Chelsea Tucker pursues her career dreams in healthcare while serving her country.
Thomas Lamendola turned his aptitude for mechanics into a profitable livelihood.
Emily Laubach's time at Ulster BOCES put her on the fast track to becoming a young entrepreneur.
Molly Sue Morningstar and Kyle Tokle have rewarding positions in the automotive industry.