Tech Valley High School announced this week they have partnered with the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at SUNY Albany and plan to relocate in CNSE for the 2014-15 school year.  This strategic location will give Tech Valley High’s students exposure to the world’s largest nanotechnology facilities as well as professional development from first-class teachers and mentors.  Capstone President Amy Johnson sits on the board of directors at TVHS and offered these thoughts regarding the partnership, “I am extremely proud to have been a part of Tech Valley High since it’s inception in 2007.  The move to the School of NanoScale Science and Engineering is extremely significant in the path to building a true co-learning environment for our students with the Business Community.  Our new location will not only provide huge benefits to the students of our own High School but it will also serve as a model for other high schools in our region, across the state of New York and across the Country for STEM education and project based learning.”


Tech Valley High School was founded in 2007 with the goal of developing within their students the skills necessary to succeed in college and tomorrow’s workforce.  While an emphasis is placed on math, science, and technology, classes are also taught in arts, foreign language and other disciplines ensuring students receive a well-rounded education.   For more information on Tech Valley High School, please visit