Norwich Tech Receives Prestigious Certification
Norwich Technical High School achieves Level 1 certification in Marzano High Reliability Schools
Leading Force in
Career Technical Education
Preparing the students of today, to be the skilled workforce of tomorrow.
The Competitive Edge
Graduates earn a high school diploma, CTE certificate in their field of study and multiple stackable credentials giving them the “competitive edge.”
Athletics and activities are a vital part of a well-rounded education, and in our school, there’s something for everyone.
Working for Students and Connecticut’s Future, our 3-year strategic operating plan, sets the CTECS in pursuit of our bold vision: to be the best technical education and career system in the United States.
The Connecticut Technical High School Family Engagement Program is a partnership between families, schools, students and community, all with the important goal of increasing student achievement. Partnerships can improve school programs and school climate, provide support for families, increase parents’ skills and leadership, connect families with other families in the school and connect families with others in the community. With frequent interactions and communication between schools, families and communities, our students will hear the same message, from all the partners, of the importance of school, of hard work and of contributing to the community. Our system encourages families to partner with the school through the Family Engagement Action Team. Participation does not require a parent or family member to be a member of the Parent/ Faculty Organization. Facebook is another way we are connecting with our Norwich Tech families!
There are two parts to summer reading this year: 1. Read one grade-level book of your choice. There are 12 suggestions for fiction and 9 suggestions for nonfiction that even include graphic novels on the NT website and...
Norwich Tech Summer Reading Grades 9-12: Assignment and Reading Recommendations
Thursday, June 10th, 2021 at 1:44pm
NT Carp., Elec. and HVAC trades have been working on building a 3 bay garage and apartment upstairs in North Stonington.
Taking in-shop training skills and applying them to real world situations on the job site! Our students are gaining the experiences and knowledge! #NTProudhttps://t.co/hSBfBlGFZf
Owen Gonet, Gr 9 Electrical
Lillian Daniels, Gr 9 Pre-Electrical Engineering and Applied Electronics
Drake Fuller, Gr 10 Carpentry
Janelle Lambert, Gr 10 Biotechnology
Jennifer Cetoute, Gr 11 Health Technology
Sarah DeWolf, Gr 12 MME #NTProud