Principal Information Technology
Dr. Victor Black
Assistant Principal : Beth Furnari
203 - 275 - 3309
Assistant Principal : Dave Henry
203- 275 - 3426
Secretary : Jennifer Liciaga-Rodriguez
Fax : 203-337-0131
The mission of the School of Information Technology is to educate students in information technology in ways that lead to fulfilling careers and to create a culture for passionate investigators to develop solutions for the global community.
The School prepares its graduates to solve problems and apply new technologies within an increasingly interconnected and changing global environment.
Stop Motion Animation in Mr. Laroche's Media Class
Leena and Isabelle's Stop Motion Animation Project
RaDejah and Paola write a Phone App
Kenny Wright's Report for Mr. Klein
IT School News
Three students from the Information Technology School, Jacob , Ethan and Mikael , qualified for the National Merit Scholarship program based on their PSAT scores. The students had to finish in the top 3% of all students taking the test across the country in order to qualify for the program.
IT 10th Grader Steve Siveyer came in 2nd Place in the State Science Fair. He also won the awards listed on the right.
* CASE Urban School Challenge Awards with Aetna, IBM, & Travelers -2nd Place High School - $400 and Plaque
*Energize CT/eesmarts Future Sustainability Awards - 1st Place High School - $500 Cash, Plaque, and Trip to Compete I-SWEEEP, Houston
*UTC Aerospace Systems Awards for Excellence in Engineering - Finalist - Engineering Senior High
Eight students from Fairchild Wheeler earned a spot into the State Science Fair Competition held at Quinnipiac University. Among those students were IT students Steven Siveyer, Praneeth Sundararrajan, Cecilia Merlo , Jordan Chisholm, Jada Worthy and Kenny Wright
Kenneth Wright qualified for MathCon 2017! To qualify as a finalist students had to be in the top 576 out of 49,685 contestants. The finals will be held on Saturday, April 22 at the University of Illinois in Chicago.
Jordan Chisholm (IT) were both awarded Presidential Scholarships to the University of Bridgeport for finishing Second in the City of Bridgeport Science Fair
11th Grader, Jada Worthy, is one of forty four girls in Connecticut to win the National Center for Women and Information Technology Award for Aspirations in Computing. The Award Letter says "You are being recognized for your computing-related aspirations and for your demonstrated outstanding aptitude and interest in information technology/computing. Your solid leadership ability; exceptional academic history; and forward-thinking ability distinguish you as a remarkable young woman." Jada will be honored at a reception at Central Connecticut State University.
Karissa Muniz and Justin Feliciano were chosen to receive the CABE (Connecticut Association of Boards of Education) Leadership Awards. The CABE Student Leadership Awards Program is designed to honor Connecticut High School and Middle School students who exhibit exemplary leadership skills.
11th Grader Cam (Katherine Phelan) was honored with the National Center for Women and Information Technology Award . Cam also recently qualified for the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Mr. Klein was honored at the Barnes & Noble Milford store on April 6th. Mr. Klein was the winner of the My Favorite Teacher Award contest. Students throughout the area were able to nominate their favorite teacher with a poem, essay, or personal letter and Mr. Klein was the district level winner and will now be entered in the national competition. Mr. Klein was nominated by Cody Scanlon.
Victor Bullerin, Cody Scanlan, Jahzaari Mullings Quintin Rollins and Dr. Victor Black
Four seniors from IT designed and created a Phone App, "StatFinder", that will allow high school athletes to post their stats online and be recruited by colleges. Their App was selected as a finalist at the University of Bridgeport Faculty Research Day for undergraduate and graduate college students. Forty projects from a total of 177 were chosen for presentation at Bridgeport City Hall on April 7 from 5 - 7 pm. This event will be hosted by the Mayor's office and the Downtown Special Services District. CT Post and Channel 12 News will be covering this event.
Pictures from the IT field trip to Ten80 STEM Experience on 3/23/16 Click Here
City Wide Science Fair
IT students Andrew Barosa (3rd), Steve Vanzyl (1st), and Gianna Barrada (2nd) swept the 11th Grade Awards in the City-Wide Science Fair. Steve and Gianna won scholarships to the University of Bridgeport.
Cam Phelan, an 11th grader in IT, has been selected as a 2016 Connecticut Affiliate winner of the National Center for Women in Information Technology Award for Aspirations in Computing.
Her award will be presented at a reception at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford on Tuesday April 19th.
IT Science Fair Winners 2016
11th Grade Winners
1st Place: Steven Vanzyl
2nd Place: Andrew Barbosa
3rd Place: Gianna Barada
Honorable Mention: Cam Phelan
10th Grade Winners
3rd place: Elijah Rodriguez
9th Grade Winners
1st - Steven Siveyer
2nd - Mike Smith
3rd - Tejas Kulkarni
Honorable Mention - Nicole Frese
Students of the Month
Ms. Gjoka becomes a citizen
The IT School
Information Technology and Software Engineering High School
Students who select this theme will be engaged in the
application of a systematic, disciplined, quantifiable
approach to the design, development, operation and
maintenance of software for careers in such fields as
science modeling, gaming, animation, simulation and
RaDajeh Morgan and Paola Rios wrote a Phone App for the Bridgeport Public Schools. The App will give you information on each Bridgeport School and will let you call them and get Google Map directions to them.