CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT
SCHOOL CHOICES FOR STUDENTS
According to Connecticut State Law 2001 - Sec. 10-220d, CSDNB is required to provide information regarding and notice of availability of certain schools and education centers. This includes information regarding vocational-technical schools, regional vocational agriculture centers, inter-district magnet schools, charter schools and inter-district student attendance programs. Technical/Vocational Programs
Carl M. Small Regional Agriculture Science and Technology Center at Southington High School
The Carl M. Small Regional Agriculture Science and Technology Center at Southington High School serves the communities of Berlin, Bristol, Cheshire, Farmington, New Britain, Plainville, Southington, Terryville, Waterbury and Wolcott. The program is open to students who are interested in developing skills in the agriculture career areas of animal science, agriculture mechanics, plant science, agriculture business management, biotechnology and the environment.
All agriculture classes are a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on activities in the laboratory areas, greenhouses, animal laboratory, mechanics shop and the outdoor land lab. The program has limited enrollment and is designed for students who are interested in agriculture and who are entering grade 9. Students entering grade 10 will be considered for the program on a space-available basis. Students attend Southington High School full time. Transportation is provided by the New Britain Board of Education.
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E.C. Goodwin Technical High School
E.C. Goodwin Technical High School is located at 735 Slater Road in New Britain. E.C. Goodwin Technical High School offers programs in Automotive Mechanics, Carpentry, Computer-Aided Drafting, Culinary Arts, Electrical, Electronic Technology, Hairdressing and Barbering, HVAC, Manufacturing, and Plumbing. Admission is open to students who are entering grade 9.
Students entering grade 10 will be considered for the program on a space available basis. Students attend E.C. Goodwin Technical High School full time. Recognizing that athletics are an important part of high school, E.C. Goodwin is a member of the CIAC and offers the opportunity for students to participate in Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Golf and Softball. Transportation is provided by the New Britain Board of Education.