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  • College Signing Day !!! May 1st

    Seniors, bring your acceptance letters and celebrate with Ms. K in the cafeteria during lunch periods! #GreenGotIn2017  #ReachHigher  #QVSigningDay  #BetterMakeRoom

    College and Career Center


    "We are looking to bring someone on to our team that is aggressively friendly, energetic and willing to learn!  Do you want to grow in the hospitality industry? Come visit us!  The perfect team member will join the Engineering department and be able to work with plumbing, electrical, problem solving, preventative maintenance, and possess guest resolution skills."


    Work Based Learning
  • College Now Summer 2017

    Summer 2017 College Now courses at LaGuardia Community College will be offered from July 5 to August 3. Courses offered: Thinking Critically about Education; Social and Political Philosophy; Introductory Nutrition. All courses include free tuition, a MetroCard, lunch, textbooks, and course materials. See Ms. Carpino in room 411 today!

    Queens Vocational and Technical H.S.
  • Receive College Office Updates and Reminders by Text and the Remind App

    Class of 2018: Remind App code: a49dca  -or- TEXT @a49dca to 81010

    Class of 2019: Remind App code: 6c6f3a  -or- TEXT @6c6f3a to 81010

    College and Career Center
  • Senior Class Newsletter

    The senior class newsletter is here!

    Senior Class
  • Career Day 2017

    We welcome alumni, parents, and members of the community to speak at our annual Career Day, held Friday, May 5, 2017:

    Queens Vocational and Technical H.S.
  • Course Request 2017-2018

    Request Advanced Placement, College Now, and Honors courses for the 2017-2018 school year:

    Queens Vocational and Technical H.S.


School of Entrepreneurial Studies

Mr. Garcia, Assistant Principal

Ms. Bautista, Guidance Counselor

The School of Entrepreneurial Studies will provide learners with academic knowledge and technical skills using an interdisciplinary approach. Students will demonstrate how acquired skills are applied in work-related situations at all levels. They will develop the knowledge necessary to demonstrate the integration and application of academic and occupational skills in their scholastic, work, and personal lives. In addition, they will use current technology and tools to acquire, organize, and communicate information effectively by thoroughly researching, interpreting, and analyzing new information. Students will demonstrate leadership skills by setting academic goals, monitoring progress, and continually improving performance. Furthermore, they will exhibit the interpersonal skills essential for success in the workplace by working as members of a team in all classes. Students will demonstrate professional, ethical, and legal conduct towards their communities by running and participating in work-based activities within the school and surrounding neighborhood.
The School of Entrepreneurial Studies at Queens Vocational & Technical High School will provide business, cosmetology, and graphic arts students with current technological and marketable skills. Students will acquire professional workplace ethics and actual work experience in order to meet and exceed all academic and industry standards. They will also develop the knowledge necessary to succeed in a dynamic global environment and further their education or training. Students will learn the skills necessary to become economically independent and responsible citizens.