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P-TECH, Pathways in Technology Early College High School is Connecticut's first early college, 9th grade through grade 14 high school. P-TECH was established in 2014 by IBM, Norwalk Community College (now CT State Community College Norwalk) and Norwalk Public Schools.

P-TECH Norwalk provides students with the opportunity to earn an Associate degree in Software Engineering, Web Development or Mobile Programing, at no cost, by taking courses at CT State Community College Norwalk during high school and post high school graduation until completion by grade 14.

P-TECH graduates not only have the opportunity to earn a post high school degree without debt but they are also equipped with necessary current skillsets to compete in our global society, upon graduation from high school, to earn additional opportunities in technically related fields, other career opportunities of interest or choose to continue their education.

In partnership with IBM, P-TECH students gain access to mentorships, worksite visits and paid internships. P-TECH graduates have benefited from earning sought-after positions at IBM. In addition to all the advantages of being an IBM/P-TECH student candidate for qualified high-level IBM open positions, IBM has committed to interviewing P-TECH graduates interested in any entry level opportunities.

As a global education model, P-TECH high schools across our globe provide students with the opportunity to develop skills and competencies that translate directly to competitive careers. The P-TECH network includes over 150,000 students, teachers, parents, mentors and advocates in 23 countries and growing.

In the following pages, watch a message from our principal, look up contact information for our teachers and staff and read the latest news at P-TECH Norwalk.