main content starts hereStudents from around the region taking classes at CAT share their experiences

| December 21, 2016

Since the beginning of the fall semester this year, students from Mohonasen and across the Capital Region have been attending classes at the new Center for Advanced Technology at Mohonasen. Devoted to helping students build on their skills and knowledge in innovative areas of study, CAT offers programs in a variety of fields including: electrical technology; gaming, multimedia and web design; health professions; machining and manufacturing; materials technology; media arts; nanotechnology; and welding.

Students praised CAT’s tailored programs, state-of-the-art facilities and welcoming atmosphere when asked about their experiences thus far this year. Any students who are interested in taking classes at CAT are encouraged to contact their guidance counselor to learn more.

The students interviewed in the following video include, in order of appearance:

Alyssa Foti, Mohonasen Central School District, grade 12
Ryan Gundermann, Guilderland Central School District, grade 11
Zion Searight, Cohoes City School District, grade 11
Rachel Thatcher, Mohonasen Central School District, grade 12
Zachary Loika, Mohonasen Central School District, grade 12
Kamren Martin, Mohonasen Central School District, grade 12
Hailey O’Donnell, Mohonasen Central School District, grade 12
Sammi Garbarini, Mohonasen Central School District, grade 12