Schoharie Students Tour State Capital with NYS AG Commissioner

On Tuesday, March 19, members of the SCS Student Government toured the NYS Capitol in Albany with Commissioner Richard Ball from the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets. Members of Student Government were invited onto the floor of the NYS Assembly Chamber, and were photographed in the gallery of the NYS Senate with Commissioner Ball. …

Spring Sports Picture Day Set for March 27

Schoharie High School Spring Sports Photos are scheduled Wednesday, March 27 Be sure to pre-order your photos today by clicking the link below. Pre-order with free shipping to the school is available 48 hours after photo day. https://vando.imagequix.com/g1001098328             2:45 – 3:05 Modified Softball      3:05 – 3:25 Modified Baseball …

Schoharie Senior Selected to Speak at a Statewide Workforce Conference

A Schoharie student was among three Capital Region BOCES student-ambassadors who shared with workforce development experts on March 11 their experiences and professional growth that they have gained through their career and technical education.  Senior Savannah Traverse  spoke about her education, future career choice and how a BOCES education gave her an advantage for their …

Schoharie CTE Student Helps Elementary Class Learn About Animal Care

Schoharie HS Student Pauline Yearry, who is in the Pet Tech program at BOCES helped an elementary school class from Mohonasen learn about animals ranging from geckos to bearded dragons and canines that Pet Tech students learn to care for.  Career and Technical Education (CTE) Teacher Helen Thompson and her students guided the younger learners …

SCS Senior Earns Siena College Courage Award

SCS senior Hope Morgenstein was recently honored for being selected as one of three Siena College Courage Award winners. The Courage Awards are presented to young people from the Capital Region in middle or high school (grades 6-12), who have demonstrated personal courage by taking positive action against racism, prejudice or bias-related violence in their …

Two High School Students Accepted into Honor Choirs

Two Schoharie high school students, Sean Harrington (junior) and Sophia Rehberg (freshman) auditioned and were accepted into the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Eastern Division Honor Choirs. For auditions students were required to submit recordings that demonstrated vocal technical skills and performance excerpts from classical repertoire. From that point it was a blind selection process by a panel …