College Career Pathways

Students have the opportunity through various programs to earn college credit leading to a post-secondary certificate, associate and/or baccalaureate degree. Students are eligible for 3 to 14 credits depending on the program and institution. See below for examples of post-secondary options at Kaynor Tech.

Culinary Institute of America
Culinary Arts

Naugatuck Valley Community College
Partnership Program

Lincoln Technical Institute
Automotive Collision
Automotive Technology
Electrical

Lincoln Culinary Technical Institute
Culinary Arts

New England Institute of Technology
Automotive Collision
Automotive Technology
Carpentry
Electrical
Electronics Technology
Health Technology
Mechanical Design and Engineering Technology
Plumbing and Heating

University of Connecticut
Medical Terminology
Honors Physics
Writing Through Literature

University of Northwestern Ohio
Automotive Technology

Contact the counseling department to determine your eligibility and course options.

SkillsUSA Winter Craft Fair

SkillsUSA Winter Craft Fair
Join us for our Annual Winter Holiday Craft Fair on December 2, 2017  Learn more

Important Class Dues Information

Important Class Dues Information

Taste of Kaynor Menu

Taste of Kaynor Menu
The Taste of Kaynor - Angry Tomato Restaurant is open most Wednesdays-Fridays from 10:30am - 12:30pm. Join us for lunch  Learn more

Sports Registration

Sports Registration
Attention Student Athletes and Parents - Please Review this MANDATORY Information to participate in All Sports  Learn more

Parent Survey

Parent Survey
Your Opinion Counts!  Learn more

Uniforms

Uniforms
If you're looking for a new uniform or to replace a shirt or pair of pants.  Learn more

Check Out the Kaynor Arts Website!

Check Out the Kaynor Arts Website!
The latest addition to the Kaynor Family! Check out our NEW Website dedicated exclusively to all of the Kaynor Arts  Learn more

Student Workforce

Student Workforce
CTHSS students can help you with your next big project! A wide range of services are offered across a variety of trades programs.  Learn more