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1075 New Scotland Road Albany, NY 12208
(518) 438-7895

Academy of the Holy Names is committed to preparing girls in grades 6-12 to become moral, intellectual, community and cultural leaders. A strong academic program is supported by small class size, individual academic advisers, numerous AP and acceleratedoptions, a renowned Science Research Program, an exemplary College Counseling program, and outstanding faculty at all grade levels. The students' academic experience is enhanced with the opportunity to actively participate in athletics, performing arts,clubs, and Fine Arts programs.

Dedicated to the pursuit of excellence, Academy of the Holy Names encourages young women to discover their talents and to use these talents to change the world.

61 State Street Troy, NY 12180
(518) 272-4210

Cornell Cooperative Extension is the local outreach of Cornell University, putting knowledge to work in pursuit of economic vitality, ecological sustainability and social well-being. We bring local experience and research based solutions together, helping families and communities thrive.

1580 Columbia Turnpike Castleton, NY 12033
(518) 479-1110

Discovery Place Learning Center is owned by an early childhood teacher with over 25 years experience working with children and families. Our experienced and professional staff provide a distinct advantage for children of all abilities. Our curriculum has a strong foundation in language, literacy, socialization and hands on exploration. We strive to teach children holistically, and believe that the children should have fun while learning every step of the way!

822 River Road Glenmont, NY 12077
(518) 767-9371

Residential education vocational training for economically disadvantaged youth ages 16-24 years old.

60 Academy Road Albany, NY 12208
(518) 426-2600

Family services/nonprofit management/children's services/behavioral health/community resources

1477 South Schodack Road Castleton on Hudson, NY 12033
(518) 732-2297

Schodack CSD is a rural public school district educating nearly 900 students K-12. Our High School is a National Blue Ribbon School and has had the highest graduation rate in the Capital Region for the past two years. While relatively small, we offer opportunites comparable to much larger districts by embracing creative educational initiatives. Schodack offers rich opportunities including rigorous academics, AP and dual enrollment college courses. Students enjoy sports, visual and performing arts, co-curricular activites, and giving back to their community through service. Maple Hill High School has been recognized by New York State Education Department as a Reward School for the years 2013-14, 2014-15, 2016-17, and 2017-18.

Hudson Valley Community College has signed an agreement that solidifies a long-term working partnership with Regeneron, a leading global biotechnology company with headquarters and manufacturing operations in New York State. For over a decade, the college’s Biology, Chemistry and Physics Department has worked closely with Regeneron, which has…
(Chatham, NY) - STRIDE knows adaptive sport, nearly all of the 18 programs are individual lifetime activity focused; but one activity they have never offered in 36 years, is waterskiing. That is why they partnered with a Connecticut group Leaps of Faith Adaptive Skiers to introduce the sport in partnership with another non-profit, whose mission is…
Five members of the academic and administrative staff recently were promoted at Hudson Valley Community College. Kathleen Petley, who has served in numerous, progressively responsible roles for over 30 years at the college, was named vice president for institutional effectiveness and technology. In this role, Petley will serve as a member of the…