WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
( 302 ) 571-5400

WELCOME… Howard High School of Technology is a comprehensive vocational-technical high school with approximately 900 students in grades 9 through 12. Students from across New Castle County, Delaware (covering five different school districts) are eligible to apply for admission to Howard, which is one of four Vocational Technical High Schools in the county. In addition to a full academic curriculum, the school offers 13 different career programs of study. Graduates earn both a high school diploma and a certificate of competency in one of the 13 programs.Good news to share!

Howard has been named a 2014 Bronze Medal School by U.S. News and World Report! We are 1 of 8 schools in the state to receive a medal. This is the 2nd year in a row we have earned this designation. For more information please click here.

Special Congratulations

Congratulations Marie Young: Congratulations to Marie Young who was named Howard’s Teacher of the Year! Marie is now in the midst of competing for District Teacher of the Year. Good luck Marie!

Congratulations to Lukas Vacula: Congratulations to Lukas Vacula who took and passed the first part of his A+ Certification Exam! Kudos to his teachers Mrs. Dickerson and Mrs. Foster for preparing him so well!

Congratulations Skills USA Medalists and Teachers: Howard won 21 medals (place finishes) at the state Skills USA competitions this year! This is an increase over last year when we won 14 medals. Congratulations to all of the student winners and the teachers who helped prepare them! 

Thanks and congratulations to Ms. Sorenson who wrote and was awarded a Delaware Goes to College Planning Grant.

Congratulations to Ms. Foster, Ms. Galgano, Ms. O’Connell and Mr. Todorow who were admitted to the Delaware Teachers’ Institute!

 

Howard Name a Department of Education 2014 Recognition School

Howard has been named a Department of Education’s 2014 Recognition School for exceptional student performance on the state assessment! Only 15 schools across the state were recognized and Howard was 1 of only 2 high schools (the other was Sussex Tech). Congratulations to all Howard’s staff on this prestigious honor!

WDEL: http://www.wdel.com/story.php?id=64160

Delaware Online: http://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/education/2014/11/18/schools-rewarded-performance-progress/19229627/

 

Academy of Finance Juniors Have Unique Opportunity!

aofdualThe Academy of Finance juniors will have a unique educational opportunity this school year. They can earn 3 college credits this spring. This is a great chance to show colleges and potential employers what they have accomplished as a high school student. Tuition, books, application, and registration fees are ALL covered by the Academy of Finance.

Three one-credit college-level courses in Financial Literacy (SSC130, SSC131, SSC132) will be taught to Howard’s Academy of Finance students. The courses will start on January 13, 2015 and run through June 5, 2015.

Students who are successful in the college level courses will earn credit at the college/university AND on their high school transcript. This 3-credit elective will count towards any Business related Associates Degree at Del Tech.

Showing a high school college experience is ALSO a great addition on the student’s resume (regardless of their college and career choices). It shows that they have demonstrated success in a college level course.

The Del Tech Registrar visited Howard High School on November 25 to enroll all AOF 11th grade students (19). The registered students attended an orientation on the Wilmington campus of Del Tech on December 4th.

Mr. and Ms. Howard 2014-15

A special congratulations to Ny’Jah Wilcox and Brandon Gray for being crowned Mr. and Ms. Howard.

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Setting the Standard

We are now accepting nominations for the “Setting the Standard” Award. The purpose of the award is to formally recognize Howard High School of Technology staff members who exemplify excellence in education on a monthly basis. Nominees should be individuals who have gone above and beyond and/or had a significant school/work accomplishment during the few weeks preceding the nomination. Nomination forms can be found here and are also available in the main office.

Howard High School of Technology has been named an Apple Distinguished School

Howard has been selected by Apple as an Apple Distinguished School for 2013-2015. According to Apple, they “recognize outstanding schools and programs worldwide for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence. (They) have learned from our schools that there are Five Best Practices that sustain a successful one to one implementation.” These five best practices are Visionary Leadership, Innovative Learning and Teaching, Ongoing Professional Learning, Compelling Evidence of Success, and a Flexible Learning Environment. Howard is proud to be named an Apple Distinguished School and looks forward to continued work with Apple. Please read here for more information.

Watch the video on Howard High School being a recipient of the Verizon Foundation Grant!

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April 2015 – June 2015

  • April 14 – Reports Cards Issued
  • April 15 – SAT School Day (Grade 11)
  • April 17 – 3rd Marking Period Triple Crown Recognition
  • April 24 – Fashion Show, 7:00 PM
  • May 11 – Professional Development (Cancelled)
  • May 18-19 – Senior Exams
  • May 21 – Prom
  • May 22 – Senior Barbeque
  • May 25 – Memorial Day – School Closed
  • May 29 – Moving Up Day
  • June 2 – Graduation Practice and Senior Recognition Night, 7:00 PM
  • June 4 – Graduation, 7:00 PM
  • June 10 – Student Last Day

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Representatives from AT&T teamed up with Wilmington Mayor Dennis P. Williams and Wilmington Councilman Robert A. Williams to speak to Howard High School of Technology students during a special assembly on the morning of Thursday, September 19, 2013 about the dangers of texting while driving. Students watched a riveting short documentary video, “From One Second to the Next,” which featured victims, victims’ families, and drivers who caused grave injury to others while texting. Students were asked to sign a pledge not to text and drive.”No text is worth risking your life or the life of someone else,” said Mayor Williams. Howard was asked to host the event as a way to raise awareness among teen drivers. More information is available at ItCanWait.com or #itcanwait.
Please feel free to browse our website… Be sure to read about our Howard High School Career Programs!

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Howard High School of Technology, 401 East 12th Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19801 | (302) 571-5400