Contact Information

411 High Ridge Road
Stamford, CT 06905
(203)977-4336 phone
(203)977-6638 fax  

Important Information!

College Board's redesigned SAT has replaced the Smarter Balanced exam as the new annual state assessment for eleventh graders in Connecticut.  All students must be tested one time in high school for English language arts and mathematics. Because CT adopted the SAT, it will be administered to eleventh grade students, free of charge, during the school day.  The date of testing will be the morning of March 2.

Please see the attached letter from Dr. Fernandes that was mailed home to all families about the redesigned SATs. You can also contact your child's guidance counselor if you have any questions.
SAT parent letter 1-22-16 Final.pdf
Office 365 is now live!

Students, Faculty, and Staff can log in by going to You can also log into eChalk as you normally do, and then click My Email. The My Email link will automatically take you to the login screen for Office 365.

STUDENTS: Your username for Office 365 is your student ID #, and your password is the same that you use to log into your laptop. Your eChalk username will not change for eChalk.

RESOURCE SITE: - please read over the contents and check back frequently. We will be posting additional content in the coming weeks as we get settled into the new system.

PARENTS: Parents do not receive accounts for Office 365. You can read more about that here:

IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE: Please send an email to our new support address: - we will do our best to get back to you within one school day.

The SAT exams were rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 20 at Test Center# 07565 (Stamford High School) and Test Center# 07570 (Westhill High School) .

To register for AP test please use the following website:

Yearbooks are currently on sale for $60.00. You can purchase them online at (must use Internet Explorer or Firefox) and search for our school name. You can also just mail a check to Mr. Peterson's attention at the school's address with yearbook written on the envelope. Checks should be written out to AITE Yearbook.

Parent messages are also on sale. If you have a graduating senior, please consider placing a personal ad in the yearbook for them. This can also be done You just have to search for our school and click "Buy a Personal Ad." Remember to use Firefox or Internet Explorer when doing so. 

Principal's Message

The AITE community was saddened to learn of the sudden death of one of our students. The death of any young person is a great loss which, in one way or another, affects each of us.

In the days and weeks ahead our guidance counselors and support team will be available to meet with any students who need assistance coping with this tragedy. If you have any specific concerns about your child, please contact your child's guidance counselor.

I have attached some links to resources which I hope can provide you with some support in talking about the death of a classmate with your child.

This past Saturday, February 6, students from the Way of the Sword Fencing Academy in Ridgefield, CT participated in the Connecticut High School Novice Tournament held at Guilford High School. The students from Way of the Sword represented different high schools, including AITE, Ridgefield, Joel Barlow, Danbury, and others.

Congratulations to Jonathan Goodman, a freshman at AITE, who received a medal for placing 7th out of 71 competitors in Men's Foil. Congratulations also to Catherine Massa, a freshman at AITE, who took home the GOLD by finishing 1st out of 57 competitors in Women's Foil.


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 New awards and Accolades! Congratulations

Tanu Balla and Brian Fleischer took 2nd Place at the Connecticut Debate Association November Tournament and qualified for States.

AITE proudly announces that we have 6 students who were named Semifinalists in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program. The students are: Viraj Attre, Tanu Balla, Dan Berger, Ian Handler, Alex Hatzis, and Alice Schaumann. Congratulations and good luck to those who continue in the competition.

Alumni Notes:  Let's hear from you!
Notes:Remember to delete your "deleted" emails to unclutter your inbox, even if you forward your emails, as a copy is saved.

Daily Announcements

Congratulations to the following students who were nominated by an AITE faculty or staff member for the fourth of six pillars of character, trustworthiness: Dan Boland, Michael D'Elia, Paolo Dinglasan, Grant Gilles, Aasiya Kothawala, Dan Lapinski, Xavier Larino-Maymi, Jose Najarro, Jason Palmer, Briana Perez, Emari Reynolds, and Audrey Weiss

Best We Can Be is free for ALL AITE students. Click here to sign-up:

Congratulations to AITE’s own SRO, Stamford Police Officer, Carl Franzetti, who during a time-honored tradition was the recipient of badge number 2  (out of 5) which were reissued to the five longest-serving patrolmen.  Officer Franzetti, who has served on the force since 1979, may wear badge number 2, but he is number one in our book!

Parents who have questions or need assistance with the Parent Portal of PowerSchool must submit a ticket through the Parent Portal HelpDesk

For log on information on Parent Portal and Naviance, please can contact AITE's Parent Facilitator, Brenda Renovales  at

Our Technology PD Leaders, Chris Hillenmeyer and Sean Peterson, can also provide assistance with many of your questions about ParentPortal.

Upcoming Events

Thursday, February 11
B Day
Fri, Feb 12 - Tue, Feb 16
Winter Recess
No School
Wednesday, February 17
A Day
Faculty Mtg.
2:10 PM
Thursday, February 18
B Day

AITE Mission Statement

The mission of the Academy of Information Technology & Engineering is to provide our students with a multitude of learning experiences to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the challenges of the emerging global community through a dynamic, technology rich, college preparatory, small school environment.