9th Graders Explore the Art of Cooking

Students in the 9th Grade Turnaround Program get hands-on experience in Wilson Tech’s kitchen. Learning about Tech’s Culinary Arts program is just one of the careers that these students explore as they make up coursework and prepare to return to their own high schools. Note This program is no longer available. For more information about […]

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Culinary Arts at Wilson Tech

Legislators Enjoy a Taste of Tech

NYS legislators met recently with local education leaders, school board officers, and parent representatives at BOCES’ annual Legislative Priorities meeting. The guests enjoyed a buffet brunch prepared and served by students in Wilson Tech’s Culinary Arts program including Rachel Williams (c.) of South Huntington and Bruce Arneaud (r.) of Commack. Pictured with the students is Kim Ricco […]

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Auto Tech students at Wilson Tech win 4th place at GNYADA

Auto Students Move to NYS Contest

Quevin Bonilla (l) and Daniel Moreno-Bonilla (r.) of Amityville and their teacher Chris Adikes (c.) won trophies for the students’ fourth place finish at the regional competition sponsored by the Greater NY Auto Dealers Association. This win qualified them to compete at the NYS contest in February at Lincoln Tech. The automotive team attends Tech’s […]

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Tech Students Stock the Babylon Food Pantry

  Wilson Tech students who are members of SkillsUSA, the student leadership organization, at Tech’s Republic campus conducted a Food Drive throughout the fall for a local food pantry. At the pantry the students organized the food theybrought. They then filled boxes with food items for individual families and then wrapped the boxes in beautiful […]

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Wilson Tech auto student

Tech Auto Student Wins $5,000 Scholarship

James Hauth was recognized by the Greater New York Auto Dealers Association with a $5000 scholarship to a school of his choice for his outstanding achievements in Wilson Tech’s Automotive Technology program. To celebrate the GNYADA’s 10 year anniversary, the Association sponsored a scholarship competition and asked automotive instructors to submit entries of their outstanding […]

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Medical Assisting students at Wilson Tech.

Guidance Counselors Welcomed at Tech

Medical Assisting students Roxanne Montlouis (l.) and Taylor Zappola (c.) explained their program at Wilson Tech to Carisa Burzynski (r.), the Assistant Principal from John Glenn High School, during Tech’s annual Guidance Counselors’ Meeting. After touring exhibits of many of Tech’s programs, students in Fashion Merchandising/Design modeled outfits that they designed and constructed. Following the […]

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AutoYES certified program at Wilson Tech

Auto Body Earns National AutoYES Certification

Wilson Tech’s Auto Body program has earned a national endorsement from AutoYES after a successful site visit in June. A program evaluator from Oklahoma City inspected Tech facilities and interviewed Tech instructors. The endorsement is effective immediately. Tech’s program prepares high school students pursuing Auto Body Repair to earn the Regent’s diploma, including the prestigious […]

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Graphic students win with creative designs.

Graphic Students Win for Creative Company Design

For the second year in a row, Melanie Wolff of West Babylon was a member of Wilson Tech’s Advertising/Graphic Design team that won first place in the Huntington Chamber of Commerce’s 12th annual Business Leadership Competition. Melanie teamed up this year with Luis Alvarado-Rodriguez, also of West Babylon, and bested 350 entries from both Nassau […]

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Cooking their Way to Scholarships

Five students in Wilson Tech’s Culinary Arts program recently won scholarships for taking 3rd place in the ProStart Cooking Competition sponsored by the New York State Restaurant Association. At the Albany contest, students had to prepare a three-course meal in 60 minutes using at least two cooking techniques but only two burners. The students, (standing, […]

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