Capital Region Technical Early College (CRTEC)
The Capital Region Technical Early College (CRTEC) offer three programs at the Wilson Talent Center(WTC) campus, Business & Risk Management Early College, Culinary Arts & Hospitality Early College and Programming & Mobile Applications Early College. All programs are three years in duration and include 11th grade, 12th grade and a 13th year. During the 11th and 12th grade years, students will attend their home school for half a day and the Wilson Talent Center for half a day. During the 13th year, students will complete their final math credit for high school graduation, be full time college students and will only meet at the WTC once per month. These opportunities offer free tuition and books for students enrolled. Students do not receive their diploma from their high school until completing the 13th year, but are able to walk in the graduation ceremony with their classmates.
Business & Risk Management
11th grade year: RMIN 200, RMIN 253 and ISYS 105 (9 college credits)
12th grade year: RMIN 252, COMM 121, RMIN305, ENGL 150 (embedded) and MATH115 (15 college credits)
13th year: 31 college credits and final math class for graduation.
Total College Credits Earned: 55 towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Risk Management & Insurance.
Culinary Arts & Hospitality Early College
11th grade year: Culinary Management Certificate
12th grade year: Restaurant & Food Industry Management Certificate
13th year: Catering Management Certificate, Final Math Class for Graduation and an additional 15-16 college credits.
Total College Credits Earned: 45
Programming & Mobile Applications Early College
11th grade year: 21 college credits *includes a prerequisite before 12th grade
12th grade year: 24 college credits *includes a prerequisite before 13th year
13th year: 24 college credits *includes final math class for graduation
Total College Credits Earned: 69 + 3 optional certifications in:
Certified Java Associate
Certified Java Programmer
Certified Java Developer
Please note: Student must apply for an Early College program in the fall of their junior year and are making a three-year commitment.