Contact Information

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

Important Information!

We are pleased to announce, for the second year, that the Stamford Public Schools will be participating in the National School Climate Center's School Climate Survey.  This survey focuses on safety, teaching and learning, interpersonal relationships, school resources, and social media by asking – students, parents, and school staff – the real experts, for their opinions.

Please know the survey is confidential and anonymous, will be available in English or Spanish, and will only take about 15-20 minutes to complete. No individual results, only group results, will be reported to protect anonymity. The district and your child's school leaders will use the results to establish goals to be included in School Improvement Plans for 2016-17, so please answer questions honestly. Survey results will be posted online in late June so they are easily available to parents.  A letter with this information with the link to the survey will be sent to the email address we have on file, or by regular postal delivery.

The deadline to complete this survey is May 19, 2016.  Paper copies will be available by request in the main office.

Congratulations to the following students in Mr. Donnelly's class who placed in Stamford’s Annual Literary Competition:
Santiago Suarez, 1st place poetry
Skyler Piccirillo, honorable mention, poetry and fiction
Julia Medina, 3rd place, fiction and

Congratulations to AITE's robotics team, the Cyber Rams, Team 3104, who ranked 13th out of 40 teams at the New England District event held in Hartford, based on 12 qualifying rounds of competition. This was the first time they were selected by another team to participate as part of a 3-team alliance in the event playoffs.

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

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.  If you have any questions or concerns about your child, please contact your child's guidance counselor.

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

Congratulations to Tanu Balla who was named to the 52nd Class of US Presidential Scholars for 2016 by US Secretary of Education, John King.  Tanu selected Mrs. Weber as her most influential teacher.  Consequently, Mrs. Weber is on the Presidential Scholars list of Distinguished Teachers for 2016.  

Site Manager

 New awards and Accolades! Congratulations
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

Students in Mr. DeAntonis' Pre-AP US History class Andrew Branson and Tena-Lesly Reid each wrote one of the top ten essays in the Gilder Lehrman Institute’s annual Age of Revolution Essay Contest. In honor of this national achievement, Andrew and Tena-Lesly will each receive a prize of $1,000. (See list below for the 2016 top ten national winners).

Mrs. Koltypin has announced that three AITE students, Cara Emano, Nicholas Ricci, and Briana Soto, achieved a perfect score on the recent National Latin Exam. Our 35 students along with more than 154,000 students participated in the exams last month. Many other AITE students were achieved Gold Summa, Silver Maxima, Magna, and Cum Laude awards. Her Latin students are to be applauded--Congratulations!

Congratulations to Sean O'Connell who was elected yesterday as our SEA Vice President, Secondary schools. 

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

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

Friday, May 27
A Day
Monday, May 30
Memorial Day
No School
Tuesday, May 31
B Day
Wednesday, June 1
A Day
Thursday, June 2
B Day
Tech Expo in Atrium and various classrooms
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Student Awards Ceremony in Cyber Cafe
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
Friday, June 3
A 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.