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Career and Technical Education


Career and Technical Education Philosophy
The Farmingdale School District strongly supports preparing students to be successful in the ever-changing world we live in. This means not only their college readiness but more importantly, their career readiness. Our Career and Technical Education programs offer students the opportunity to engage in a variety of subjects incorporating academic, creative and technical skills with the specific goal of preparing students for life that comes after high school.


NYS CTE Endorsed Programs
Computer Applications
Culinary Arts

Other FHS CTE Program Areas
Childhood Education
Carpentry & Woodworking
Graphic Arts  

A Glimpse at What You'll Do

High School Automotive Program
High School Culinary Program
High School Graphics Program


Earn College Credits Through CTE Courses At Farmingdale High School

Farmingdale School District, Farmingdale State College of New York and Suffolk County Community College have established an articulation agreement for students successfully completing courses taken at Farmingdale High School. Students successfully completing the requirements for each course are eligible to earn college credits for the course by paying the college's reduced registration fee.

Business Department  
BCS 102 - Computer Concepts and Applications- 3 credits
BCS 130 - Web Development- 3 credits
BUS 101 - Accounting I- 3 credits
BUS 102 - Accounting II- 3 credits
BUS 111 - Introduction to Business- 3 credits
BUS 131 - Marketing Principles3 credits
BUS 202 - Business Law I - 3 credits
Technology Department  
MET 1XX - Drafting & CAD - 3 credits
AP Computer Science A - 3 credits
AP Computer Science Principles - 3 credits

CUL 114 - Culinary Arts 14 Credits
CUL 111 - Sanitation- 3 Credits
AUT 112 Integrated Automotive Systems- 3 Credits


CTE Pathway to an Advanced Regents Diploma
According to the New York State Education Commissioner’s Regulations, 100.5 Diploma Requirements, students may earn an advanced Regents diploma through CTE.

"Students completing a five-unit sequence in career and technical education or the arts (visual arts, music, dance, and theater) are not required to complete the additional two units of the language other than English requirement for the Regents diploma with advanced designation but must still meet the requirements for the total number of units of credit.”

Prior Internship Providers. Looking for more for 2019-2020
North Shore LIJ STARS Physical Therapy, Pro Sports Care of Long Island Physical Therapy, Satya Yoga Shala, Long Island Veterinary Specialists, Nassau County District Attorney's Office, Hush Bistro, Decker Thomas Studios, Village Kitchen, Carmen Callahan & Ingham, Farmingdale District Office, UPK at Saltzman East Memorial, Farmingdale High School, Albany Avenue, Woodward Parkway.

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