Timesunion.com reports that next spring, about 30 New York state eighth-graders from the Capital Region will be selected to be the inaugural class of the Tech Valley High School. The school will be devoted to math, science, and technology. Last week, middle school students participating in the third annual Tech Valley Summer camp got a sneak peek at the possibilities the school could offer. The camp is designed to help give students exposure to math, science, and technology careers. Each day during the camp, students visit a local tech company or college. On Thursday, as students visited MapInfo Corp., organizers announced they had received over $1.2 million in start up and development money from the state and the New Technology Foundation. One of the major goals of the school will be to give it a location where students will have exposure to tech companies. For the first two years, Tech Valley High will be found at MapInfo’s headquarters. Following that, it will eventually move to East Greenbush, most likely on a business park campus, allowing students to interact with local high-tech companies…