Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) (17K122)

150 Albany Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11213, Brooklyn
Phone: 718-221-1593
Email: info@ptechnyc.org
Hours: 8:21am - 4:06pm
School Website: https://www.ptechnyc.org/
NYCDOE Website: https://www.myschools.nyc/en/schools/high-school/47241
Quality Snapshot: https://tools.nycenet.edu/snapshot/2022/17K122/HS/
Subway: 3 to Kingston Av; A, C to Kingston-Throop
Bus: B15, B25, B26, B43, B44, B45, B46, B65
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About

At Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH), students drawn to future careers in information technology (IT), computers, engineering, math, and science receive individualized support in preparing for and securing an entry-level position in the highly competitive IT industry. As a founding partner of the school, IBM (and other corporations) will provide all students with internship and training opportunities, exposing them to real-world technology careers. In addition, P-TECH students are able to earn an Associate degree or up to two years of college credit from CUNY's New York City College of Technology-at no cost-while still in high school. We are part of the Career Readiness and Modern Youth Apprenticeship (CRMYA) pilot, which helps us support career readiness for all our students. We have courses that help our ninth and tenth graders explore their career interests and develop readiness skills. Our students can apply for apprenticeships in tech, finance, and business, which allows them to earn and learn while in high school.

Academic Highlights: FutureReadyNYC: Teaching & Training (P-12 Teacher), Pre-Summer and Summer Bridge Programs, Internships, Mentorship Program, Early College Experience, Courses in Computer Systems and Information Technology, Career Readiness & Modern Youth Apprenticeship (CRMYA) School, Academic and career planning starting in the ninth grade;, Small advisory groups led by faculty mentor; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Other Features: 10th Grade Seats Available, CRMYA School, Early College, FutureReadyNYC School, Program(s) with 1 GE Applicant Per Seat, Program(s) with 2 SWD Applicants Per Seat

School Features:

  • NYC 9-14 School, which offer a six-year program where students earn a high school diploma, gain valuable work-based learning experiences, and can earn a no-cost Associate's degree (or up to two years of college credits)
  • School whose primary location is co-located with another school

AP Courses, Languages & Sports
AP Courses
Algebra II (Advanced Math), Algebra II (College Course [Credited]), Arts (College Course [Credited]), Biology (College Course [Credited]), Calculus (College Course [Credited]), Comp Sci/Math Tech (College Course [Credited]), Comp Sci/Math Tech (College Course [Uncredited]), ELA (College Course [Credited]), Math (College Course [Credited]), Other (College Course [Credited]), Other (College Course [Uncredited]), Physics (Advanced Science), Physics (College Course [Credited]), Physics (College Course [Uncredited]), Social Studies (College Course [Credited])
Boys PSAL Sports
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Handball, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Soccer, Tennis
Girls PSAL Sports
Basketball, Cross Country, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track
Programs
Pathways in Technology Early College High School(L67A)
Computer Science & Technology

Students may take up to six years to complete their high school program which includes earning an Associate degree (or up to two years of college credit) and participating in internships.

Method:
Requirement:
Ed. Opt. programs admit students across all academic levels. Students are grouped into Low, Middle, and High categories based on a composite of their academic data. One-third of offers are made to students in each category.
Priority:
  • (Group 1) Priority to Brooklyn students or residents
  • (Group 2) Then to New York City residents
Student & Admissions Statistics
School Year
2022-23
2021-22
Total Students Across All Grades
530
545
    Grade 12 Students
151
184
    Grade 11 Students
73
103
    Grade 10 Students
150
131
    Grade 9 Students
156
127
Graduation %
87
78
College %
62
60
Pathways in Technology Early College High School (L67A)
GE Applicants / Seats:
SWD Applicants / Seats:

151 / 110 (1.37)
41 / 25 (1.64)
Offers - Waitlist
Survey Summary & Data (2022-23)
Student Responses - 23% responded
Academic Rigor 
  74.00%
Academic Engagement 
  58.50%
Safety 
  61.22%
Bully Prevention 
  50.50%
Inclusivity 
  82.90%
Mental Support 
  61.40%
Environment 
  62.00%
Post-School Support 
  77.56%
Teacher Responses - 41% responded
Academic Rigor 
  68.67%
School Satisfaction 
  74.33%
Student Behavior 
  65.78%
Student Support 
  82.73%
School Leadership 
  69.07%
Instructional Clarity 
  60.40%
Instructional Development 
  70.94%
Post-School Support 
  94.25%
Family Responses - 11% responded
Education 
  89.75%
Teacher Support 
  82.50%
Safety 
  92.33%
School Community 
  82.11%
School Leadership 
  89.00%
Post-School Support 
  91.50%

Note: Yellow bars indicate city-wide averages for the associated category

View Full NYC DOE Survey Results:

More information about NYC DOE surveys can be found here: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/reports/school-quality/nyc-school-survey

Academic Summary & Data (2022-23)
Academic Proficiency
4-Year Grad. %
  82.40%
Avg. CC Regents Score
  32
Avg. Non-CC Regents Score
  26
College Aptitude
CCPC Index
  57.60%
Avg. SAT Math Score
  425
Avg. SAT Read/Write Score
  433
Postsecondary
2-Year College 7.80%
4-Year College 24.40%
Other Postsecondary 41.10%
Unknown 26.70%

View Full Academic Data:

This data was gathered from the NYC DOE's yearly quality reports. More information can be found here: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/reports/school-quality

Information on NYS Regents exams can be found here: https://www.nysed.gov/state-assessment/high-school-regents-examinations

School Demographics (2022-23)
Student Population:
Male 73.80%
Female 26.20%
English Language Learners:
  1.70%
Students with IEPs:
  17.20%
Economic Need Index:
  74.60%
Student Ethnicity:
Asian 2.80%
Black 80.80%
Hispanic 12.80%
White 0.80%
Other 2.80%
Teacher Ethnicity:
Black 63.60%
White 30.30%
Other 6.10%
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