Leading Force in
Career Technical Education
Preparing the students of today, to be the skilled workforce of tomorrow.
The Competitive Edge
Graduates earn a high school diploma, CTE certificate in their field of study and multiple stackable credentials giving them the “competitive edge.”
Athletics and activities are a vital part of a well-rounded education, and in our school, there’s something for everyone.
ABOUT KAYNOR TECH
W.F. Kaynor Technical High School is located in Waterbury, Connecticut. We have 729 students from nine towns and enroll grades 9-12 as well as offer adult education.
Working for Students and Connecticut’s Future, our 3-year strategic operating plan, sets the CTECS in pursuit of our bold vision: to be the best technical education and career system in the United States.
This is the Link to the W.F. Kaynor Alternate Income Survey for 2020-2021. You will need to use this link in order to apply for additional benefits if students are not already part of the Directly Certified student population.
Yesterday, Grasso Tech's Information Technology trade spoke with Lt. Governor Bysiewicz during a press conference encouraging students across Connecticut to participate in the 2021 Computing Challenge.
The Challenge has students in grades three through 12 creating applications designed to spread messages...
The Lt. Governor's Coding Challenge is a statewide coding competition for Connecticut students. The "Coding for Good" challenge is be open to all students who can enter on their own or as a team through their schools and through informal education partners such as the...
Happy to support Office of Governor Ned Lamont, along with Office of Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz and Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection at the launch of their step-by-step informational guide to pursuing a career in the skilled trades. The guide aims to promote a more...
Thursday, April 29th, 2021 at 12:59pm
🎉Congrats to all of those honored at the 2021 CT SkillsUSA Ceremony! While this year’s championship looked a bit different, CTECS students quickly adapted & showcased the best talent and leadership in CT.
Tuesday, April 27th, 2021 at 1:25pm
Yesterday, @GrassoTech's Info Technology trade spoke with @LGSusanB during a press conference encouraging CT students to participate in the 2021 Computing Challenge - where grade 3-12 students create apps to spread positivity, tackle important issues or promote healthy habits.