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Dr. Gabrielle Morquecho

Principal

 

 

 


Monday, August 29, 2016


Come all ye loyal friends of Tech

Welcome to Hutch-Tech High School - Home of the Engineers

Drawing by Tech student Jeremy Jindra, Feb 2003


Hutch Tech's original building (Mechanics Arts HS)
Hutchinson Central Technical High School, informally known as Hutch-Tech, is a high school in the City of Buffalo, New York.  Its founding on September 14, 1904 under the name Mechanics Arts High School marked the beginning of technical education on the secondary level in the city of Buffalo. 

 


Curriculum

The curriculum has been revamped and expanded continuously for entrance into schools of engineering and or the training of technicians for entry-level positions in current technical fields. The programs the school now offers includes bio-chemical technology, computer technology and engineering technology. Instruction in electricity and electronics is also provided. Hutch-Tech also offers a selection of college prep courses including Advanced Placement that both helped their major, and helped them meet their general education requirements that most colleges require. The courses include AP English Comp, AP English Lit, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Calculus, and AP United States History.


 

 
 

Come all ye loyal friends of Tech,

and swell our joyous song.

Come singing Technics' glorious praise

with voices brave and strong.

To Tech, our school in memory dear,

to Tech our song we raise.

To Tech, our hearts are ever near.

Our lives shall be her praise.

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