Brooklyn Technical High School, a public academy specializing in math, science and engineering and located in the Fort Greene neighborhood, won't be open until Wednesday.
What does BTHS stand for?
BTHS stands for Brooklyn Technical High School
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He graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School and was a U.
I graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School in the early '70s.
After attending Brooklyn Technical High School where I received a broad technical education, I went to the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
Highly adept at science and math, Ksen enrolled at Brooklyn Technical High School, a 5,000-student magnet school so intensely competitive that even after his straight friend had outed him in that girls' locker room, students didn't have time to "worry about beating someone up [for being queer]," Ksen says.
Fortunately, parents of students at Stuyvesant and the other exam schools were able to persuade two obscure state legislators from the Bronx to intervene, They sponsored a bill that later became Article 12 of the New York State Education Law, which reads: "Admissions to the Bronx High School of Science, Stuyvesant High School, and Brooklyn Technical High School shall be solely and exclusively by taking a competitive, objective, and scholastic achievement examination, which shall be open to each and every child in the city of New York.
Anna Gekker, 17, of Brooklyn Technical High School in New York analyzed psychosocial factors that influence how people recover in rehabilitation facilities.