A.I. Prince Technical High School

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A.I. Prince Technical High School
401 Flatbush Ave
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
Founded 1960
Grades 9-12
Color(s) Purple, Yellow, & White
Mascot Falcon

A.I. Prince Technical High School, or Prince Tech, is a technical high school located in Hartford, Connecticut. Prince Tech receives students from many nearby towns.[1] Prince Tech prepares students for both college and careers through the achievement of 21st century skills. Prince Tech is a part of the Connecticut Technical High School System.


The Hartford Trade School was founded in 1915. The school was renamed after Albert I. Prince when it was moved from 110 Washington St to the 400 Brookfield Street in October 1960. Prince was the managing editor of The Hartford Times newspaper and served as the Chairman of the State Board of Education for 12 years.


In addition to a complete academic program leading to a high school diploma,[2] students attending Prince Tech receive training in one of the following trades and technologies:[3]

  • Automated Manufacturing Technology
  • Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing
  • Automotive Technology
  • Bioscience and Environmental Technology
  • Carpentry
  • Culinary Arts
  • Electrical
  • Graphics Technology
  • Hairdressing and Cosmetology
  • Information Systems Technology
  • Masonry
  • Plumbing and Heating
  • Sound Production Technology


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Coordinates: 41°44′35″N 72°42′28″W / 41.7431°N 72.7079°W / 41.7431; -72.7079