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Seven students graduate from Clean Tech ECHS

Seven Schuylerville High School seniors graduated from the Clean Tech Early College High School (ECHS) program on Wednesday, June 6 at the TEC-SMART facility in Malta. The program, jointly sponsored by Hudson Valley Community College and the Ballston Spa Central School District, prepares high school students for college and careers in clean energy, computer science and information, mechatronics and entrepreneurship. Through the program, the students listed below each earned more than 20 college credits. As part of the graduation, each student also presented their senior capstone project, which features his or her innovative solutions to real world problems.

Nolan Ackerman
Capstone Project:
Quick Release: An attachment of a lacrosse shaft that makes it possible to interchange lacrosse heads in seconds.

Eric Fields
Capstone Project:
Park It: An interactive app paired with sensors in parking spots and parking garages to help find parking in downtown Saratoga.

Jae Fish
Capstone Project:
Better Solar: A system to improve the efficiency of solar panels during the summer and winter months.

Michael Havens
Capstone Project:
Haptic Feedback Mouse: A software that will allow gamers to customize their gaming mice. The slight vibrations that correspond to the game being played will help increase their immersion.

Nathan Hefner
Capstone Project:
Air Ionizer: This wearable air filter uses negative ions to disperse pollutants from the air around you and keep the air clean.

Batai Mueller
Capstone Project:
Haptic Feedback Mouse: A software that will allow gamers to customize their gaming mice. The slight vibrations that correspond to the game being played will help increase their immersion.

Tristan Turner
Capstone Project:
The Beacon: An underwater personal navigation device used by recreational scuba drivers. This system uses an acoustic modem/receiver to communicate the diver’s current distance and direction relative to their surfacing line.