Board of Cooperative Educational Services
The C-Tech Center is a countywide school, supported by all school districts in Orange County, designed to provide students an opportunity to learn a definite skill while still in high school. Upon completion of a program of study, students are prepared for either immediate employment or further education.
Students accepted in this program attend high school for one-half day and the Career and Technical program for the other half.
The courses offered at BOCES are listed below. Information about individual courses is available in the Guidance Office.
- Appearance Careers Academy
- Business Computer Careers Academy
- Education Careers Academy
- Construction Careers Academy
- Culinary Careers Academy
- Engineering Careers Academy
- Environmental Careers Academy
- Health Careers Academy
- Security Careers Academy
- Transportation Careers Academy
- Visual Arts Academy
Students identified and placed by the Florida Union Free School District Committee on Special Education receive educational support through special classes, skills classes, and/or the consulting teacher model program. For further information regarding these programs, please contact the Office of Special Services at 651-3095 ext. 40100.
Academic Intervention Services
This service is provided to students who fall below reference/performance points in the standardized New York State Testing Program. The purposes of these classes include helping students attain an appropriate level of achievement in basic skills in reading, writing, math and other subject oriented areas so that they are able to achieve proficiency in their core content classes. AIS services are mandated for those students who do not progress toward graduation, as outlined by NYSED.
The goal of the media center program is twofold: to provide the means, materials and tools for research, and to facilitate in the acquisition of the skills necessary to do this research at the levels appropriate for each grade. The ability to apply these skills in the pursuit of further education or future employment is a further goal of the library program. The ultimate goal is to develop the ability to do original independent research as well as to use the necessary thinking skills to accomplish this.
The resources of the media center include: books for general circulation and reference, periodicals, and audio/visual hardware and software. Students have access to the Internet, online databases, the Public Access Catalog (PAC), video conferencing equipment and educational web-casts.
The media center staff offers a full range of educational services to students and faculty. Such services include library instruction, reference assistance, access to the BOCES film library, loan of materials available through the BOCES school library system, and the preparation of bibliographies.