.

Henry Abbott Technical High School

Flag as Inappropriate

0% Were impressed
Henry Abbott is what people would have called Danbury's trade school back in the day, but trade schools have come a long way since then. This high school offers students a full high school diploma while they specialize in a particular industry or trade, including  computer-aided drafting and design, graphics, electronics, carpentry and electrical. The school also offers apprentice and extension courses to adults studying cable TV, electrical, semiconductors and heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Seniors and juniors can work for individual companies and earn money while studying in the school's job sharing and work-based learning programs.
21 Hayestown Ave, Danbury, CT 06811
(203) 797-4460
  • Fax: 203-797-4382
  • Accessibility Details: The school has ramps and elevators.
  • Hours: High School hours: 7:20am - 2pm; individual program demands and work schedules vary
  • Hours: Mon - Fri, 8am - 5:30pm; Sat - Sun, closed
    .
  • Accessible: yes
Share a review or post about this business.
Posts awaiting your approval 0
Brad Appell May 27, 2013 at 09:04 am
To the Disappointed poster - Abbott Tech is a trade school. It's focus is to teach it's students aRead More trade where many who apply themselves go directly into the workforce and start making between $18 to $25 per hour. There are many students who successfully entered and completed college without AP or Language courses. I have met many college graduates who have not applied themselves during their school years and were forced to take minimum wage retail jobs from traditional high schools. It is very disappointing to see a posting such as yours.