H. H. Ellis Technical High School

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H. H. Ellis Technical High School
Address
613 Upper Maple Street
Connecticut
Danielson, Connecticut, 06239
United States
Information
Established 1916
Principal Dr. Brian K. Mignault
Asst. Principal Angela Corentin &

Rafael Calixto

Grades 9-12
Color(s) Blue & Gold
Mascot Ellis Tech Eagle
Team name Golden Eagles
Website

H.H. Ellis Technical High School, or Ellis Tech, is a technical high school located in Danielson, Connecticut. It is part of the Connecticut Technical High School System. Founded in 1916 as the Putnam Trade School, it was the first technical school in Connecticut to have its own building. It is in the Connecticut Technical High School System. It receives students from many nearby towns.[1]

The current school building was constructed in 1959. The building is undergoing renovations to add 30,000 square feet of new floor space as well as a new gymnasium, a classroom wing, a media center, and a culinary arts program space, expected to be completed by summer 2015.[2]

Technologies[edit]

In addition to a complete academic program leading to a high school diploma,[3] students attending Ellis Tech receive training in one of the following trades and technologies:[4]

Athletics[edit]

Winter Sports:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Goodwin Tech - Where Our Students Come From". Cttech.org. Retrieved 2011-02-22. 
  2. ^ Bucklin, Kate (10 Dec 2011). "Ellis Tech Begins $84M Facelift". The Norwich Bulletin. Retrieved 7 August 2013. 
  3. ^ Ellis Tech - Academic Offerings
  4. ^ Ellis Tech - Technologies

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 41°49′14″N 71°53′34″W / 41.8205°N 71.8928°W / 41.8205; -71.8928