NEW YORK STATE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

MODEL PROGRAM RECOGNITION

 

Recognizing and honoring high quality CTE programs at the middle (grades 5-8) level and at the secondary (grades 9-12) level across the state.

 

John Bowne High School
Agriculture Program

Flushing, NY  

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 The Agriculture program at John Bowne High School is a comprehensive four- year program located adjacent to a year-round 3.8-acre farm near Queensborough Community College.

It is the only school in NYC with a working farm, and one of the two schools in the city that have an agriculture program. Students explore veterinary medicine, floriculture, landscape architecture, animal laboratory sciences, plant and animal science and research and design coursework throughout the program. Work based learning opportunities connect students to the larger community through their work at local farmers markets. 

Articulation agreements with SUNY Cobleskill, SUNY Farmingdale, SUNY Delhi, and Delaware Valley University provide students with credits entering college. Key partnerships offer students work experience, scholarships, and many students have found employment upon graduation through partner companies. 

The John Bowne Agriculture program has received CTE Industry Partnership Awards, and awards from NYAAE and NAAE. 

SUCCESS DATA:

92% of students passed the Regents or
an approved substitution exam

98% of students passed a technical
assessment

78% of students received a technical
endorsement on their diploma

 VIEW PROMOTIONAL BRIEF HERE final

 

william Floyd High School
Cosmetology Program

Mastic Beach, NY  

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 The Cosmetology program at William Floyd High School is a two year program offered to juniors and seniors. The program grew out of student interest and economic outlook for salon services in the region. 

Students engage with industry professionals in the classroom when stylists from local salons visit to share expertise via demonstrations and trainings. 

An articulation agreement with SUNY Farmingdale through the University in the High School program provide students with 3 credits entering college. Alumni partnerships through the Alumni Association support the students through donations used to purchase required cosmetology kits. 

The cosmetology students at William Floyd placed 1st in the SkillsUSA VI Regional Competition.

SUCCESS DATA:

100% of students passed the Regents or
an approved substitution exam

82% of students passed a technical
assessment

82% of students received a technical
endorsement on their diploma

 VIEW PROMOTIONAL BRIEF HERE final