The Clean Technologies and Sustainable Industries early college high school led by Ballston Spa Central School District is expanding on both ends of its program.
The early college high school is preparing to welcome its first freshman class. Program administrators also are working with colleges and business partners as they look to grow into a six-year program that provides students with associate degrees.
The high school, where students earn college credits, opened in 2011 for 11th and 12th grade students. It is now being expanded to begin at 9th grade and will run until two years after 12th grade. The high school falls under the new New York pathways in technology early college high school model, called P-TECH.