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  • Connecticut Technical High School Program

    Students who want to complete an academic program and learn a trade can apply to one of the state's 20 technical high schools. Areas of study include carpentry, masonry, plumbing, heating and cooling; digital media, baking, hairdressing, manufacturing, pre-engineering and auto repair.

    Agency: State Department of Education
  • K-12 Schools

    Search for Connecticut elementary, middle school, high school, regional vocational tech schools and charter schools.

    Agency: ConneCT Kids
  • Public School Choice

    Connecticut celebrates a long tradition of excellence and innovation in education. Its public schools offer a range of educational programs to meet the diverse needs and career aspirations of its students in a variety of settings including comprehensive local schools, regional vocational-technical schools, vocational agriculture centers, charter schools, and magnet schools..

    Agency: State Department of Education
  • Regional School Choice

    Big Dreams Start Here at the Greater Hartford Regional School Choice Office (RSCO). Created by the Connecticut Department of Education, RSCO assists families interested in learning about, and applying to via the lottery, public school choice options in the Greater Hartford region.

    Agency: State Department of Education
  • School and District Report Cards

    The performance reports provide perspective on how well Connecticut schools and districts are doing in supporting students in key areas. When combined, these indicators make up Connecticut's district and school accountability system, which informs the state's decisions on where to direct interventions and supports.

    Agency: State Department of Education
  • Strategic School Profiles

    Search for any school profile in Connecticut to learn more about the unique characteristics of the school like its student and teacher demographics, staffing levels, resources, and parental engagement efforts.

    Agency: State Department of Education