8/21/2014 2:06:55 PM
The Business Review: Tech Valley High moves into new home at nanocollege
The Business Review
Tech Valley High School will welcome about 140 students this fall to its new location on the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering campus in Albany, New York.
The high school moved this summer from its former East Greenbush
location to its new campus, designed to enhance the school's mission of
providing project-based learning in high-tech settings. The new building
includes breakout space for small group work, whiteboards on the walls
and cabinets, and classrooms that can be rearranged depending on the
day's lesson. Other features include a fab lab with high-tech tools.
Officials held a ribbon cutting at the high school campus, 246
Tricentennial Drive, and gave tours to students, community members and
members of the business alliance on Wednesday. Click on the photo to
view a slideshow of the new high school.
"These teenagers will receive the kind of education colleges and
universities across the globe dream of," said nanocollege CEO Alain