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Summer Bridge for Incoming 9th Graders!

An optional summer bridge for incoming students will begin on Monday, 7/16 and conclude on Friday, 7/17. The program will include STEM project-based learning related to green construction, robotics, and mathematics. Students will also engage in team-building activities and special sessions on our partner college campus where they will learn more about our unique school model. Information was mailed home to incoming students - please contact Energy Tech if the address that we currently have on file is incorrect.

Summer Family/Student Orientation for Incoming Students

An evening orientation for incoming students and families will take place on Tuesday, 7/24, from 5PM to 7PM, in the Energy Tech auditorium. We will be reviewing this year's student and family handbook, our Course of Study Guide, and other important information and forms that need to be completed and signed. If you cannot attend, please contact Sara Mohamed, Parent Coordinator, to make an appointment to pick up your packet. Please RSVP!

In the News

College credit in high school is all the rage

This Marketplace piece features the unique early college program at Energy Tech and the broader nationwide movement to expose students to the world of college as part of the high school experience. Read or listen to learn more about the advantages of taking college credits while still in high school. 

Energy Tech Hosts 2nd Annual Networking Fair

On November 30th, 2017 Energy Tech hosted its second annual Networking Fair in partnership with the Queens Chamber of Commerce and the Long Island City Partnership. Students at the event connected with over 70 professionals from the surrounding community and across New York City.

Energy Tech Included in NY Post "Hidden Gems"

Don’t limit your search to the city’s best-known high schools. Some lesser-known, up-and-coming places of learning make the grade. Insideschools.org, the Department of Education and The Post recommend eight such options:

Early College High Schools Are Off To A Promising Start

FiveThirtyEight

June 29, 2015

Cletus Andoh and Radcliffe Saddler are just two of 3.3 million students across the country who are celebrating their recent graduation from high school, but their path to a diploma was unlike that of most of their peers. 

Bloomberg's News

onEarth Magazine

Issue No. 1

New York’s former mayor, now a U.N. special envoy, sits down with one of the nation's foremost environmental journalists to talk electric cars, flood prevention, and the economics of climate change.

Women in STEM Program Providing Free Computer Coding for Female Students at Queens High School

New York Daily News

April 18, 2015

Female students at a Queens high school are getting free lessons in computer coding under a new program to boost girls’ participation science, technology, engineering and math — better known as STEM.

Energy Tech – Building Future Energy Leaders

New York Energy Week

June 11, 2014

As the utility that has the privilege of providing energy to the world’s greatest city, Con Edison knows the importance of developing a talented work force.

Governor Cuomo Announces Funding for High School Clean Energy Training Programs

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Pressroom

April 7, 2014

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced awards totaling $1.1 million for five clean-energy training programs that will help prepare high school students for post-secondary education and careers in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and advanced technology. 

Spotlight on Career and Technical Education

NYC Jobs Blueprint

March 17, 2014

Last week, a bi-partisan group of lawmakers, led by Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi and Senator David Valesky, introduced legislation that would direct the state Board of Regents to establish a new Career and Technical Education (CTE) diploma.