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Juniors in the PLTW pre-engineering program were presented with vests to mark this achievement in the first annual Hard Hat ceremony.

Seniors were presented with hard hats and cords to mark their achievement.







Principal's Corner

  • Course Selection for 2017-2018

    AITE students are currently able to access the PowerSchool student portal which was opened last week for next year’s course selections.   Sophomores were provided with instructions from our Guidance Department last week and are visiting freshman English classes to provide instructions for accessing and selecting courses.  The junior class will meet this coming Tuesday and receive the same instructions for their senior year course selections.

    Students will be able to modify their course selections until the end of the school day on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.  This enables students to get more information about elective course offerings during our Elective Fair on Friday, March 31, 2017. 

    Parents should discuss course selection options with their children.   Our Program of Studies is available on the AITE web site, under the Students tab.  If you or your child has any questions about courses for next school year, please contact your child’s guidance counselor.

    Please note that the student course registration period will close at the end of the school day on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.  Thank you for participation in this process.



  • 6 Pillars of Character - citizenship

    Congratulations to the following students who were nominated by a staff member for February's Pillar of Character, citizenship: Juthi Aziz, Gaby Baum, Bridget Beaver, Antonia Berlage, Grace Berlage, Arya Bhogte, Andrew Brito, Maura Byrne, Derrick Charleus, Kevin Cheng, Seth Christofor, Juliana D'Elia, Katie Duffy, Kevin Duffy, Eniya Dunmore, Enrico Dunmore, Donia Elmansy, Maurice Fajardo Polo, Caroline Feldman, Liat Feller, Frantz Fleurantin, Rachel Garland, Grant Gelles, Shannon Guerra, Alyssa Hopkins, Frank Isola, Pascale Joachim, Indra Kapoor, Zachary Kitay, Briana Lane, Jean Lara, Xavier Larino-Maymi, Laysha Lucero, Richard Marroquin, Dylan Martin, Jaden May, Jacqueline Mirabile, Ivanna Morales, Mary Ostaszewski, Jack Polo, Natalie Rodas Palencia, Emily Romero, Alexa Ross, Javier Silva-Granados, Justine Surena Mattson, Jessica Ulbrich, and Hasan Waheed


  • Important Information about College Board PSATs and SATs

    Students received their PSAT/NMSQT scores in their College Board online accounts on Monday, December 12. 

    Have you linked your College Board and Khan Academy accounts?  If you responded, "no," why haven't you?  Please refer to the following PowerPoint presentation by College Board to see why linking the accounts is valuable and to learn how to link the 2 accounts.  Guidance counselors will also be assisting students on how to do this through some upcoming Connection Time periods.

    College Board also now has 6 full-length SAT practice tests available:  and 2 full-length PSAT/NMSQT practice tests available:  The online scoring of practice SAT essays will also be available to you soon.


Upcoming Events

  • B Day

    Academy of Information Technology & Engineering
  • AITE Atrium

    College Fair

    Students and parents are invited to meet representatives from over 50 colleges.

    Academy of Information Technology & Engineering
  • A Day

    Academy of Information Technology & Engineering
  • Half Day of School

    dismissal is at 11:45am

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  • B Day

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Important Information

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In-school SAT Day for juniors is April 5.  Students will test during periods 1, 2, and 3. Please find attached a letter from Dr. Judith Singer (in Spanish and English) about In-school SAT Day:  SAT School Day Parent Letters.docx  SAT School Day Parent Letters 3-10-17 - Spanish.docx There will be a regular day of school for all other students.

All sophomores will take the science portion of the Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT) on Thursday, April 6 during periods 1 and 2.

Stamford Dollars for Scholars:  2017 application for scholarships is now open. Senior students have until Saturday, April 1 to complete the application. 32 scholarships are available. To register and start the application, please visit There is also a link for application instructions.






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.

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