Exemplars of Character: Responsibility

Our Pillars of Character: Responsibility »

Congratulations to the following students who were selected by faculty as exemplars of the pillar of character:...

Our Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year »

Congratulations to Mr. LaQuesse, Teacher of the Year semi-finalist, who is pictured with current Teacher of the Year Mr...

Senior Leaders

Award Winners »

Congratulations to AITE seniors, Juliana Burke and Seth Christofor, who were AITE's recipients of the Fairfield County...

Senior Luau

Senior Luau »

Seniors Grant Gelles and Dylan Martin, who helped to coordinate today's senior luau, pose with Principal Rivera.

Thank you for considering the Academy of Information Technology & Engineering (AITE) as your high school of choice. AITE offers challenging academic courses, as well as electives in information technology, architecture & engineering, Bio-medical sciences, and digital arts that will prepare you for college and careers of the 21st Century. If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact the main office at (203) 977-4336 ext: 0.

Learn More About AITE Admissions

Important Dates

 

The application for the 2019-2020 school year will be available November 2018.

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Important Messages

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There have been a few recent changes to the SPS Honor Roll policy. 

There are now three levels of honors:

Honors with Distinction – straight As (includes A and A-)

High Honors – all As with the exception of one B (includes B+, B, and B-)

Honors – all As and/or Bs with the exception of one C (includes C+, C, and C-)

To earn Honors in a marking period a student must be taking a minimum of 3 credits in that marking period.

All course grades will be included in the calculation for qualifying for Honor Roll.  Honor Roll status will be indicated on report cards quarterly, beginning this quarter.  The Stamford Advocate will list the names of these students from all three high schools each quarter.

Note: New students enrolled in the Stamford Public Schools who do not have grades awarded by the Stamford Public Schools would not be included in the Honor Roll determination.

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Congratulations to the Class of 2018 »

Each year, Stamford Public Schools graduates are accepted at many of the nation's top colleges and universities. We are...

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Applications Available for Free or Reduced Breakfast and Lunch Program »

Part of the mission of the Stamford Public Schools is to cultivate productive habits of body, which includes...

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Stamford Public Schools Named School and District Leadership Positions »

Sandra Ehlers, Assistant Principal Toquam Elementary School Valerie Cooper, Coordinator of...