Contact Information

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

Principal's Message

The summer reading selection this year is Patricia Dunn's Young Adult novel, Rebels by Accident.  Students can select a novel of their own choosing for their second book.

UCONN Early College Experience: Registration occurs via the UConn ECE Compass online application and course enrollment system. This process takes place from April to June of the preceding year the courses will be taken. The student must enroll in fall, spring and full-year courses during this time. The only place to apply and enroll is through the web site listed here:

Please note: the UConn ECE Application and Enrollment links can only be accessed through the UConn ECE website during open registration. You must complete both steps (application and enrollment).

REGISTRATION DEADLINES:  Application Deadline: June 1, 2015 (step 1)  Enrollment Deadline: June 30, 2015 (step 2) You must complete both steps (application and enrollment). See attachment for forms.


Site Manager

 New awards and Accolades! Congratulations
AITE winners at the Annual COLT Poetry Recitation Contest.  Congratulations to all students for task accomplished and for your improvement! 

Cassidy Colosi 2nd place Chinese 1 Cynthia Lupo, 1st place in Chinese 2 Brian Fleischer, 2nd place Chinese 3
Taylor Garland, 1st place Chinese 5-6
Rachelle Frederic 1st place French 3
Louis Solomon Ray 1st place Latin 3
Alexandra Brokowski 1st place Russian 2
Michael Faugno 2nd place Russian 3
Brett Mayer 1st Place Russian 4
Allison Tovar 2nd place Spanish 4
Carlos Arias Vivas 1st place, Spanish Heritage 9-10
Xavier Larino-Maymi 2nd place Spanish Heritage 9-10

Alumni Notes:  Daniel Adams will have two dinosaurs in city's display this year!
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 Alice Schaumann and Tanu Balla, who won 1st and 2nd place for their historical research papers at the Connecticut National History Day competition at Central Connecticut State University. Both students will be representing Connecticut in the national competition in June. Additionally, Gillian Woodman won the prize for Best Project about a Connecticut Woman. Alice’s paper was: “One Nation, Under God: The Leadership of John Winthrop and Roger Williams." Tanu’s paper was titled: “Clara Barton: From Stubbornness to Success.” And Gillian’s paper about Marian Anderson was: “The Woman Behind the Voice that Changed America.” All of their papers were approximately 2,500 words in length and utilized over twenty primary and secondary sources.

Attention Students and Parents
To keep abreast of the upcoming changes to the PSAT and SAT please sign up for updates from College Board at the following website:

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

If you no longer have the log-in information provided to you by the district in a mailing earlier this school year, you can contact AITE's Parent Facilitator, Brenda Renovales (She can also provide help with Naviance log-in information).  Her email address is

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

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, May 26
B Day
SBAC testing makeups
Connection Time
8:45 AM - 9:30 AM
Wednesday, May 27
A Day
SBAC testing makeups
Thursday, May 28
B Day
SBAC testing makeups
Friday, May 29
A Day
SBAC testing makeups
Monday, June 1
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.