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James Natoli
Vice Principal
Samantha Maddox
DASA Coordinators
Samantha Maddox 
Melissa Mendez
School Hours
7:50 AM - 2:26 PM
School Address 
258 East Adams St. | Syracuse, NY 13202
Main Office
(315) 435-4300
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-6240
Guidance Office
(315) 435-4004






We are a Technical Institute for the 21st Century.


To develop academically successful and socially responsible citizens who are fully prepared to take on the challenges of college and careers in the 21st Century.

Smart Scholars Early College Program at ITC

The Smart Scholars Early College Program is a partnership between institutions of higher education and public school districts to create Early College High Schools.  Students are provided with the opportunity and preparation to accelerate the completion of their high school studies while simultaneously earning transferable college credits.  For more information please visit our ITC Smart Scholars page.

For the 2018-2019 school year, ITC Smart Scholars earned a total of 298 college credit hours on-campus at Onondaga Community College.  This number increases to well over 300 credit hours when combined with those earned through dual-enrollment courses offered at ITC in partnership with SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and Syracuse University through Project Advance (SUPA).

Career and Technical Education

Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered at ITC include Automotive Technology, Culinary Arts and Media Communications. To learn more about these programs, visit our CTE program homepage. ITC is also home to several Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) programs, including Electrical Technology and Mechanical Technology. To learn more about these programs, visit our ITC P-TECH page.

News & Updates
SCSD High School Students Enjoy Syracuse Opera Performances SCSD High School Students Enjoy Syracuse Opera Performances: Music students from all SCSD high schools recently enjoyed a unique fine arts experience: an opera performance live in their own school building!   Thanks to a partnership between Syracuse Opera, WCNY and CNY Arts, the Syracuse Opera performed ‘No Cowards in Our Band,’ an opera based on the life and work of runaway slave and abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The goal? To introduce high school students to opera while educating them about history, equity and inclusion.   ... more >>
NSBE Students Recognized at Regional Competition NSBE Students Recognized at Regional Competition: Students in the SCSD National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) program earned impressive honors at this year’s NSBE Fall Regional Competition and Conference.   In the Ten80 racing challenge, students were tasked with fixing and driving a race car, without crashing, through a rigorous course. Aleda Guerraro (ITC) won first place; Kellen Hicks (Nottingham) won second place; and Adrian Alnutt (Grant) was a runner up. In the Technical Innovations Competition, students were ... more >>
SCSD Students Recognized Among ‘Best and Brightest’ SCSD Students Recognized Among ‘Best and Brightest’: Congratulations to PSLA at Fowler student Benedicte Owanga and ITC student Isaiah Goodrich – they have been selected as’s Best and Brightest students of 2022! The Best and Brightest award recognizes the accomplishments of Central New York seniors who have at least a 3.0 grade point average and who have exceptional academic successes, extracurricular activity, and service to their school and community. Just 21 local students were selected for this achievement, including Benedicte ... more >>
High School Physicists Help College Professors Conduct Research in Paid Summer Internships High School Physicists Help College Professors Conduct Research in Paid Summer Internships: This summer, Henninger senior Camryn Collins studied the interactive behavior of Proteus Mirabilis HI4320 and BB2000 on numerous concentrations of Agar.   “This is biophysics,” Camryn explained. “I saw how different strains of bacteria really make a difference. We can study and sort out different concentrations of bacteria and examine how they react in peoples’ bodies and use that to advance what we know about science.”   ITC senior Abdullah Ghanem ... more >>
Students Experience a Taste of College at NSBE Summer Camp Students Experience a Taste of College at NSBE Summer Camp: Amari Laub was out of his dorm room in Syracuse University’s Kimmel Hall by 7:30 am. He walked with his friends to the University’s Ernie Davis Dining Hall. Then, he headed to class.   Amari isn’t an SU student – yet. He’s an incoming Nottingham freshman who, thanks to the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Summer Camp, had the opportunity to spend a week living and learning on the SU campus this summer! Along with 40 other students, Amari used ... more >>

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Afterschool Tutoring
Need help keeping up with your schoolwork? Get help afterschool! Click here to see the schedule.

Home WiFi Request Form
If you do not have reliable WiFi access at home please click here and fill out the form. The school has Hotspot devices that can be signed out so students can connect their school laptops to the Internet while away from school. After filling out this form a Hotspot can be checked out from the library.

How do I.....
Please click here for instructions on how to access online learning tools and resources (logging onto school computers, Clever, Canvs, Office 365, SchoolTool, and TalkingPoints).
If you have any questions or need additional help please contact the librarian, Mr. Sohoski (

Parents/Guardians: How to Stay Connected
Want to communicate with the school and teachers in a language other than English?  Click here to learn how using TalkingPoints.
Want to see what your student is learning in Canvas?  Click here to learn how.
Want to see grades, assignments, attendence, etc.?  Click here to learn how via schooltool.

schooltool Mobile
Stay Connected, Stay Informed!  Download the schooltool Mobile app to view information about assignments, schedules, attendance, and receive real-time notifications when grades are posted.  Click here for directions.
When you are prompted to enter the school URL, enter:


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