A. I. Prince Technical High School
School Message Board
A.I. Prince Technical High School is excited to welcome the incoming grade 9 class!
Freshman Orientation is scheduled for Thursday, May 26, 2022.
We welcome you to visit us online at prince.cttech.org to learn more about our school and the programs we offer. Or follow the Connecticut Technical Education and Career System on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!
Connecticut Technical Education and Career System (CTECS) graduates are prepared for working and learning environments that constantly change. By adapting to new standards in emerging technologies, students acquire the necessary skills to succeed in the college classroom and in the workplace. By integrating STEM education into our academics and career technologies, along with guidance from industry leaders, students graduate with industry certifications or licenses, post-secondary certificates or degrees that employers use to make hiring and promotion decisions. These graduates are empowered to pursue future schooling and training as their educational and career needs evolve, positioning them to be the country’s next leaders and entrepreneurs. Talented academic and career technology teachers collaborate to design high-tech lessons. Our unique educational program prepares graduates for immediate employment, entry into apprenticeship programs or admission into a two- or four-year college. Each student graduates with a high school diploma and a certificate in their career technical field.
Students complete core academic subjects (English, math, history, sciences, etc.) as well as physical education, health, and computer applications. Students have the opportunity to earn college credit leading to a post-secondary certificate, associate, and/or baccalaureate degree through the UConn Early College Experience Program and Community College Partnership programs.
Automotive collision, repair, and refinishing technology, Automotive technology, Automated manufacturing, Carpentry, Culinary arts, Electrical, Graphics technology, Hairdressing and cosmetology, Health Technology, Information systems , Masonry, Plumbing and heating
School Report Card – the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) has prepared this report, which includes information about student enrollment, student achievement, student and teacher diversity, and much more.
- State-of-the-art facility and instructional technology
- Students have the opportunity to participate in the College Career Pathways (CCP) program with local community colleges and the Early College Experience (ECE) program through UConn.
- Work-based Learning (WBL) is offered as a way for students in grades 11 and 12 to gain real-world experience, work in teams, solve problems and meet employers’ expectations. It takes place during the school day and students not only receive credit toward their career technology, but they also get paid.
- Each student graduates with a high school diploma and a certificate in their career technical field.
- Students complete core academic subjects (English, math, history, sciences, etc.) as well as physical education, health, and computer applications. Students have the opportunity to earn college credit leading to a post-secondary certificate, associate, and/or baccalaureate degree through the UConn Early College Experience Program and Community College Partnership programs.
Sports, Clubs & Activities
Athletics: Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Baseball, Softball, Indoor & Outdoor Track, Tennis, Lacrosse, Golf, and Co-op opportunities
Clubs: Art, Aviation, Bowling, Dance Troupe, Digital Book, Ecos, Falcon Fitness, GSA, Hiking, Math League, National Honor Society, Poetry, SkillsUSA, Student Council, Student Leadership Program and Ski
Activities: African & African American History Bee, Animation, Astronomy, Crafts, Drama, Drill & Step Team, Forensics and Intramurals
Community: Capital Workforce Partners Career Connection, CT Youth Forum, Entrepreneurial Club, Girl Power Group, Girl Scouts, Hartbeat Youth Ensemble and Outward Bound