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Abrookin Career and Technical Center
St., Albany, NY 12206(click here for directions)
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Career and technical education have
a long, successful history in the City School District
of Albany, going back to at least 1914. The building at
99 Kent St. opened in 1974 as the Albany Occupational
Center. The school was renamed Abrookin Career and Technical
Center in 1994 in honor of the late Emanuel "Manny" Abrookin, a
longtime Albany school board member, a career-education
advocate and a 2013 inductee into the City School
District of Albany Hall of Fame.
Part of Albany High School, Abrookin offers:
education for students in grades 9-12.
Specialized programs in culinary arts, technology
education, cosmetology, technical arts, life skills
and many other fields.
extended-day program that has become one of the
district's most successful alternative-education
Explorations in education, health care, finance,
law and engineering.
cutting-edge Career Academy that provides high-tech education for students looking
for a different high-school experience.
Tuesday, Sept. 8
-- First day of classes, freshmen only
9 -- First day of classes,
sophomores, juniors and seniors
Friday, Sept. 11
-- School Picture Day
Monday, Sept. 14
-- Rosh Hashana, no school
15 -- School Picture Day
16 -- Parent Coffee Clutch,
Friday, Sept. 18
-- Hall of Fame Induction and Dinner,
Italian-American Community Center, 6 p.m.
Wall of Fame
Ceremony, 11 a.m.
at Bleecker Stadium, 1 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 21
-- PTSA meeting, 6:45 p.m.
22 -- College Fair,
11 a.m.-1:15 p.m..
23 -- Yom Kippur, no school
24 -- Open House, 6 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 27
-- Falcon 5K and Fun Run,
Washington Park (Details)
Construction officially underway for new
Albany High athletic field --
Construction officially got
underway for Albany High School's new athletic field
July 21 with a groundbreaking ceremony that
celebrated the historic significance of the project
for the community and the teamwork that helped get
it done. (MORE)
Click here to see the City School District of
Albany's online Photo
If your child is absent from school
for any reason, please call the attendance office
at 475-6210 each day of the absence. When your child returns to
school, please provide a written excuse and a doctor's
note if one is available.