Please read the following message from District Superintendent Dr. Charles Khoury, dated August 4, 2021.
Six students who were enrolled in the Ulster BOCES Electrical Construction & Maintenance Program volunteered with Ulster County Habitat for Humanity this past year.
Enrollment is still open for the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center’s Surgical Technologist program, which begins in September.
Students enrolled in the Ulster BOCES Hudson Valley Pathways Academy who also attend the Career & Technical Center’s Cisco & Cybersecurity program can hold one of the industry’s most valuable tools—the TestOut Pro certification.
After completing a Surgical Technologist program at Ulster BOCES, 19 graduates celebrated their accomplishments on July 15.
Thirty-five students proudly graduated from the Ulster BOCES Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning (CITL) at Port Ewen and Camp Ramapo on June 11.
The Ulster BOCES Auto Collision Technology program recently received a generous classroom enhancement grant of $12,000.
The Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center recognized 442 Ulster County students who completed their trades’ technical endorsement requirements during 23 live Senior Tribute Ceremonies held via Zoom.
Local history came alive at the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History when the “Stitched Together” project premiered in June.
The young scholars of the Robotics team at the Hudson Valley Pathways Academy at Ulster BOCES don’t just think about designing something.
Join us as we embark on a learning journey to help leaders reflect on this past year, develop strategies for visualizing bold futures with and for their communities, and create a series of opportunities aimed at supporting those communities.
Congratulations are in order for two Ulster BOCES students for their successes in the SkillsUSA State Competitions that were held virtually in April.
Ulster BOCES District Superintendent Charles V. Khoury, Ed.D. has been honored by the Mid-Hudson School Study Council for his exceptional leadership during the pandemic.
Students from the Ulster BOCES Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning at Ramapo recently put their skills to work in creating a fun and engaging indoor miniature golf course.
The Ulster BOCES Adult Cosmetology program is pleased to announce that it is now able to welcome clients into the salon for limited services.
Ulster BOCES robotics and manufacturing students have the opportunity for a financial boost toward their future goals thanks to a grant from the Gene Haas Foundation
Students across the many programs at Ulster BOCES have remained immersed in their education this year, despite the many changes that were needed.
Students in the Fashion Design & Merchandising program at Ulster BOCES are working collaboratively with other local high school students on the "Stitched Together" project.
Every Sunday, Juan Neri-Ramos provides the vital service of language translation to customers of the Helping Hands Food Pantry.
Ulster BOCES students are now able to show colleges and prospective employers evidence that they have field-specific skills, knowledge, and experiences in a particular topic, thanks to a new micro-credential series.