Early College

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The CUNY Early College Initiative (ECI) designs, develops, and supports schools that make earning a college degree more accessible, affordable, and attainable. ECI promotes social and economic mobility by restructuring the educational experience for students who are traditionally underrepresented in higher education.

For more information, e-mail Tyleah Castillo, Early College Liaison, at tcastillo@energytechhs.org. You may also visit the Early College Intitiative at CUNY website.

Our students will take college classes as early as 10th grade, and they will learn not only in our high school classrooms, but also on the college campus and in real workplace situations—learning alongside and getting feedback from teachers, professors, and engineers. Students begin by taking “general” coursework before moving into energy- and engineering-focused classes. Some of the first college courses that students at Energy Tech take are in critical thinking, upper-level mathematics, English composition, and physical sciences. Later in the program, students take coursework in circuit theory, fluid dynamics, computer logic and design, AutoCAD, materials science, electromechanical devices, and much more. Early in the program, students take college classes taught by professors on our campus in our designated lecture hall, but over time much of their coursework will happen on our nearby partner college campus. 

 

Announcements

Parent Association Elections will be on June 6th

There will be no school on Thursday June 8th

Regent week will Start on Tuesday June 13th

There will be no school on Monday June 26th (Eid al-Fitr)

There will be school on Tuesday June 27th.

Last day of school is Wednesday June 28th. (Half day dismissal at 12pm)

Lunch application will be available online July 1st.  Please make sure you submit your child's lunch application during the summer! 
 

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School Dress Code 
Energy Tech High School Parents Association (ETHSPA) will be selling Energy Tech t-shirts this year. All incoming students will be issued one shirt free of cost during the first few weeks of school. Please contact Ms. Mohamed for more info.

 

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