Beliefs

In his 2013 State of the Union address, President Obama praises 9-14 school P-TECH, located in Brooklyn, and challenges the country to create more programs like this. Energy Tech accepted that challenge!

At Energy Tech, we believe that our collaboration between a high school, higher education, and industry will provide our students a seamless transition to college and careers. We feel confident that the 9-14 program we are building for students is informed by current need in our local job market, and by what will be expected of students in college. We believe that by providing high school students with college and career coursework—leading up to an AAS degree, free of cost to families—we are providing a unique pathway to prosperity.

We believe that our work is a community approach. We expect families to learn more about 9-14 model so that they can better support their children with the work ahead. There will be challenging coursework during the school year, but also enriching projects, internships, and additional coursework offered after school, on Saturdays, and over summers. We expect a great deal more than the basic requirements for a high school diploma, and that is because we are preparing our students for very competitive employment in energy and engineering, and demanding post-secondary studies. We are deeply committed to providing new opportunities to access college and careers, and also to providing a sustainable pipeline of STEM talent for our city. 

Announcements

3/25/20

The New York City Department of Education is committed to making three free meals available daily for all NYC children - Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 1:30 pm at locations across the city. Visit 

www.schools.nyc.gov/freemeals 

to learn more and find a location.

3/21/20

Hello new and prospective families! Please email:

admissions@energytechhs.org

if you have any questions regarding enrollment or our waitlist. Stay tuned for more information.

3/20/20

Current students and families: You will receive an email tonight with more information and announcements about remote learning classes, many of which are already live. Please check your Energy Tech accounts.

3/20/20

If you still need a device to do remote classwork complete this survey by end of today, 3/20/20, or call 718-935-5100 and choose option 5 to request a DOE device. For help setting up free internet, email ebissah@energytechhs.org.

3/18/20

Students: Please call the school (718-472-0536) today to arrange pickup of a device. We will be conducting materials pickup until 1pm, but please call first so that we know to expect you.

3/16/20

Please review the Chancellor's update letter for families here. It contains information about grab-and-go meals, remote learning, and Regional Enrichment Centers. More information coming soon.

3/15/20

NYC Public Schools are closed from 3/16/20-4/20/20. All classes will be delivered online starting on 3/23/20. Students will not report to school starting tomorrow. Please visit NYCDOE website for more information. We will be sharing more information over the next few days. All students are expected to check their E-Tech emails and Google Classroom accounts daily. Please email or text your questions to school accounts.

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