Welcome Families, Scholars and Staff
Now is the time to be most vigilant.
IN-Tech condemns brutality and the disregard of another's humanity.
- Stephen Seltzer
All NYC Public Schools are closed. All in-person learning has been suspended until further notice. All classes will be held remotely and remain at their current times.
Click here to see the new Parents Corner
News and Announcements
All NYC Public schools have been closed. IN-Tech will be going to fully remote learning. All class times and bell schedule will be the same. Stay in touch with your teachers on Google Classroom.
Click the link above to see the full Parent Update message from the Department of Education. NYC Public schools will be going to full remote learning, starting on Thursday, November 19, until further notice. Class and bell schedules will remain the same.
Click the above link to use the lookup tool if you need your child's Registration Code to access Pupilpath. Once you click the link, use your child's OSIS# and enter it in the Student ID section, to access your child's registration code.
Get the latest important information every parent needs to know about the school year; including information about new Covid protocols at school, PTA, bi-lingual services, guidance services, Pupilpath setup and much more! Click the link above to look at the new Parents Corner.
The New York City Department of Education is committed to making three free meals available daily for any New Yorker. Any New Yorker who wants one can get three free meals a day at more than 400 Meal Hubs across the city. Click link above for more details.
INN News has started broadcasting the Morning Announcements again! Students will now have access to the announcements by going to their grade level Google Classroom. New episodes will be available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:30 am.
IN-Tech Academy School Calendar
IN-Tech Academy is an urban public school in the borough of the Bronx in New York City. We educate students in middle and high school, grades six through twelve. Our first high school graduating class was in June 2007. We are a young, developing high school. Our focus is to develop self-reliant learners who are prepared through technology and academic rigor to become productive and responsible citizens of their local and global communities.