Paul V. Moore High School business students qualified for Career and Technical Education endorsements on their diploma and also for the New York State Business Teachers Association Honor Society.
New York Career and Technical Education is committed to providing high-quality CTE opportunities for all students.
In New York State, there are six content areas that include business and marketing education, which allow students to pursue their CTE endorsement.
The business department at Paul V. Moore High School offers students three different career strands to earn the CTE Endorsement if all requirements are fulfilled: Accounting and Finance, Information Technology and Marketing and Entrepreneurship.
In addition to successfully completing the required course work, students must pass both a nationally recognized written and performance assessment, complete a portfolio, participate in work-based learning activities, meet the work-skills employability requirements and pass five of the required Regents examinations.
This year, four seniors from Paul V. Moore High School earned the CTE Endorsement from the Business Department.
Halle Horning completed the requirements for Accounting and Finance; Christopher Thomas fulfilled the requirements for Marketing and Entrepreneurship; and both Christian Kraus and Samantha Stetson earned their endorsement in Information Technology.
The PVM business department expressed their pride in their students as they scored higher than both of the national and state averages for the required assessments they completed.
16 Central Square students also qualified for the NYS Business Teachers Association Honor Society.
The following seniors met the qualifications: McKenna Gribbon, Taylor House, Kyrell Johnson, David Lindberg, Thomas Ossevoort, Sydney Parker, Samantha Stetson and Christopher Thomas.
The following juniors met the qualifications: Elise Chamberlin, Eric Davis, Austin, Dykeman, Justin Goldschmidt, Zackery Humez, Eva Keohane, Nicholas Sobotka and Jody Yang.