- Two for One on Earth Day 2013
- Coming Soon: High Tech Tour of the AT&T Global Network Operations Center
- Congratulations Shane Starks, 2013 Inductee to the National Scholar-Athlete Hall of Fame.
- University of Connecticut Early College Experience is Here!
- Award Winning Birds of Prey Robotics Team Update
- NASA Great Moonbuggy Race
We are proud to be a N.A.F. (National Academy Foundation) member and the Academy has an Advisory Board with world class leaders from the engineering community and the deans of engineering from five local universities. These leaders offer advice and support to the students and staff of the Academy.
We also have a growing number of sports and activities that our students can benefit from and enjoy. All of this in a safe and positive environment where we pride ourselves on respecting our students and helping them grow as leaders.
Please enjoy our website and schedule a visit to see our outstanding campus and Academy for yourself. We are housed at Hartford High School, and in addition to being the second oldest high school in America, the building also received an over $ 100 million renovation in 2006.
We hope you enjoy all you learn about the Academy of Engineering and Green Technology.
The Academy of Engineering answers an acute need for engineers in this country by educating high school students in the principles of engineering, and providing content in the fields of electronics, biotech, aerospace, civil engineering, and architecture. Academies use curriculum from Project Lead The Way, Inc. (PLTW), The STEM Academy, or Paxton/Patterson. They also benefit from support provided byNational Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME), ConnectEd, and SME Education Foundation. Click here for more information on the curriculum available.