High School for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture
STEVEN WYNN, PRINCIPAL
94-06 104TH STREET, QUEENS, NY 11416Phone: 718-846-6280
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The school for Construction Trades Engineering and Architecture prepares students for college, technical school, and/or apprenticeships in the fields of the building trades, engineering and architecture. Our school will be developing three separate learning communities, each one focused on one of our themes: building trades/crafts, engineering and architectural design. The instructional program is supported by a new stand-alone state-of-the-art facility which houses specialized laboratories for computer aided design, mechanical drafting, model building, and construction technology. We are proudly partnered with the New York City Construction and Trade Community which will guide the overall work of our school and support the individual experiences of students and teachers. There will be many wonderful opportunities for apprenticeships, internships and advanced study.
CTEA Mission Statement
Our school is committed to providing young men and women of diverse cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds with a sense of belonging. This is conducted in an educational environment that allows them to explore their talents and interests while receiving a solid academic foundation that prepares them for post-secondary education, as well as careers in construction trades, engineering and architecture. The learning environment is specifically designed to promote academic achievement through the integration of the student’s career interests while making connections of that learning to the world in which we live.
A community is based on the combined character and values of its individual members. Every member of the community has the right to expect a safe, clean and supportive environment. We expect students to treat everyone with respect, to withhold judgment until a situation has been viewed from all sides, and to seek help when provoked. Everyone must cooperate to fulfill this expectation.
In order to achieve this goal, each student in our school should make a continuous and determined commitment toward exemplifying the following characteristics and values:
Respect for every person is an absolute value of our school community!