The 2017-2018 RSCO Lottery Application has opened for new students and families entering 9th grade in the 2018-2019 school year. If you know of someone interested in Pathways, please share our upcoming Open House Dates and application information
The Pathways' Robotics Team is looking for help to build on the success of last season. We already have many parents and friends involved but we need more. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Principal Goldblum.
The Pre-College Program at WPI is excited to announce that our signature high school program, Frontiers, is opening its application on December 15th. Visit their website for more information. If you are interested in applying, see your school counselor.
Principal Goldblum has a new Principal's Comment Box on the school website located under the Student Life tab. If you have a comment, suggestion, idea, or want to share important information with him, you can use the comment box to do so. Your comment can also be completely anonymous. Visit the link to the comment box in the full article.
Please join us in building our school pantry for Pathways' families in need. Items needed to start our pantry include canned foods, jar foods, dried foods, toiletries, and gift cards. See the flier for more information. Please leave your donations in the main office or contact the school for pick up. Thank you for your support!
Attention all juniors and seniors! Apply for Bank of America's Student Leader Program. Applications are accepted through February 2nd, 2018. A student must be 16 at the start of the summer internship, which begins in June of 2018. To further their personal and educational growth, students will participate in an eight-week paid internship in the summer of 2018 with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hartford and they attend a leadership seminar in Washington, D.C. Read more to find out the registration information.
We are collecting adult size new coats, hats, gloves, and scarves for our Pathways' store. The drive runs from November 17th to December 8th, 2017. You can drop off donations at Pathways Academy or contact Ms. Pauline Rivera for a pick up at Please call the main office for any questions at 860-695-9450. Thank you for your support!
Apply to INROADS for a Free Summer Leadership Summit Opportunity for College Bound High School Seniors. Read the full article for the details.
Pathways News
Congratulations to sophomore Deshawn Palmer for Leader of the Month and freshmen Massimo Tropea for Scholar of the Month; and Ms. Kenterra Carrion for Staff of the Month! Congratulations to all!
CT ​Youth Forum culture is what draws between 150-200 students to gather monthly at a different school or workplace for an open discussion on topics of the students' choosing. The Youth Forum is a civil community in which curiosity, openness and acceptance for one another creates a safe space for each student to be seen, heard and validated. Each year more than 750 youth from 33 high schools connect across geographic, economic, social and racial divides to engage in the activities of this award-winning program. Read on for more information about the program.
Congratulations to a fabulous group of seniors who were accepted to Southern Connecticut State University on the spot on Thursday, November 30th! See the full article for the list of names.
Dressed professionally, prepared with business cards and elevator speeches, Pathways Academy of Technology and Design summer 2017 interns and candidates for 2018, engaged with business professionals from all around Hartford. The night began with students networking and sharing about their interests and accomplishments and progressed into the evening's presentation that included the superintendent speaking, spotlighting Travelers for their partnership and EDGE offering, welcoming back a Pathways alumni to speak and presenting awards to students and a corporate partner, CPEP (CT Pre-Engineering Program). Read the full article for more details including pictures and award winners.
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Pathways Academy empowers its diverse community of students to become active participants in our global, technology-driven society.

Through Project-Based and Work-Based Learning, students acquire technological and critical thinking skills that enables them to successfully compete in the growing, fast-paced and rapidly changing world economy.

US News and World Report Bronze 2016
Upcoming Events
School Calendar
  • December 2017
    • TueDec12 Honor Roll Recognition: Dessert Bar 1:35 PM to 2:15 PMPathways Cafeteria
    • TueDec12 Pathways Open House for Prospective Families 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    • WedDec13 American Red Cross Blood Drive taking place from 8:00-1:00 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
    • WedDec13 Industry Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM2nd Floor Conference Room
    • FriDec15 2nd Marking Period Progress Reports are Issued
    • FriDec15 Freshmen Only: Last Day of Tech Rotation #2
    • MonDec18 Freshmen Only: First Day of Tech Rotation #3
    • MonDec18 Holiday Candy Grams taking place during Block Break Purchase your candy gram for $1.00 9:10 AM to 9:20 AMPathways Cafeteria
    • TueDec19 Holiday Candy Grams taking place during Block Break Purchase your candy gram for $1.00 9:10 AM to 9:20 AMPathways Cafeteria
    • TueDec19 Pathways Alumni Advisory Session 1:35 PM to 2:15 PM
    • TueDec19 Peer Mentor Monthly Meeting 1:35 PM to 2:15 PMPathways Library
    • WedDec20 Holiday Candy Grams taking place during Block Break Purchase your candy gram for $1.00 9:10 AM to 9:20 AMPathways Cafeteria
    • WedDec20 SGC Meeting 5:30 PM to 6:15 PMPathways Academy
    • WedDec20 PTO Meeting 6:00 PMPathways Academy of Technology & Design
    • ThuDec21 Holiday Candy Grams taking place during Block Break Purchase your candy gram for $1.00 9:10 AM to 9:20 AMPathways Cafeteria


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T: 860-695-9450 F: 860-569-5569

Nondiscrimination/Title IX

The Hartford Board of Education complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws prohibiting the exclusion of any person from any of its educational programs or activities or the denial to any person of the benefits of any of its educational programs or activities because of race, creed, color national origin, ancestry sex, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression, marital status, age or disability subject to the conditions and limitation established by law.

The preamble to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 states that:

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

Safe School Climate at Pathways Contact Information

Title IX and 504 Coordinator:

Dr. Jessica Fitzgerald, Assistant Principal

Work Phone: 860-695-9494

Work Email:

District Title IX Coordinators:
Kimberly Schulte
Director of Human Resources – Office of Talent Management
(860) 695-8615

Joanne Tremblay-Jackson
Director of Student Support Services – Special Education Department
(860) 695-8725

Click here to go to the Hartford Public Schools Non-discrimination page for additional information.

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