Hudson Valley Pathways Academy: a P-TECH High School

The P-TECH model is comprised of a six-year pathway of study that leads to earning an associates degree and workforce readiness skills that puts graduates first in line for available positions with industry partners. At the Hudson Valley Pathways Academy, secondary educators, colleges, and industry leaders work together to build a program of study that will ensure student success through this educational journey.

About Our Program

Hudson Valley Pathways Academy (HVPA) provides an innovative and new learning environment to engage students who struggle in the traditional learning environment. The six-year program begins in Grade 9 and helps students whose college aspirations are at risk gain the education and skills needed for succeeding in the workforce.

HVPA is an Early College High School program located at the SUNY Ulster campus located in Stone Ridge. The program is modeled as a college-prep program that focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), combined with required credits in English Language Arts and Social Studies. Students graduate with both their high school diploma and an associate’s degree. 

Students choose a Network Administration/Computer Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, or Computer Science/Health Informatics program of study. Throughout the program, students work with industry partners to acquire the skills they need in the workplace. The Hudson Valley Pathways Academy program is designed to develop leadership, creativity, and self-direction. An intimate atmosphere supports every student. No one falls through the cracks.

Partnerships with industry provide many opportunities for internships, mentoring, and other real-world connections that enhance students’ job prospects. Industry partners pledge to consider Hudson Valley Pathways graduates over other applicants for available positions.

How to Apply

Students wishing to attend the Hudson Valley Pathways Academy require component school district involvement in the enrollment process. To find out how you can enroll, select the option below that best fits your circumstances.

Enrollment Options

HVPA Headline News

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Young professionals from the Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center beamed with pride as they took the stage to accept medals they earned in timed trade, leadership, and community service contests during the 2024 SkillsUSA Regional Competition

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Christopher Rodrigue, Director of Operations at AMETEK Rotron, observes the presentations of young scholars from the HVPA.

Ulster BOCES Hudson Valley Pathways Academy (HVPA) students, known as young scholars, are gaining a wealth of hands-on experience as they serve internships with local industry leaders and manufacturers. Recently, the students worked with AMETEK Rotron, a manufacturer located in Woodstock, to tackle a real-world business problem.

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Peter Harris
Assistant Superintendent Career & Technical Education (CTE) and Alternative Education  (HVPA & Phoenix Academy)

Amy Storenski
Hudson Valley Pathways Academy

491 Cottekill Road
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
Phone: 845.688.6117

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