Lewis J. Bennett School of Innovative Technology

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Lewis J. Bennett High School of Innovative Technology
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Address
2885 Main Street
Buffalo, New York 14214

Coordinates42°56′38″N 78°49′56″W / 42.94389°N 78.83222°W / 42.94389; -78.83222Coordinates: 42°56′38″N 78°49′56″W / 42.94389°N 78.83222°W / 42.94389; -78.83222
Information
Funding typePublic
Opened2016
School districtBuffalo Public Schools
School number363
PrincipalCarlos R. Alvarez, Jr.
Vice PrincipalJamie Barden
Grades9-12
Website

The Lewis J. Bennett High School of Innovative Technology (formerly known as Computing Academy of Technological Sciences and C.A.T.S.) is an American high school located in Buffalo, New York. Opening in 2016, the school focuses on computer science education to students. Presently, the school is housed at the Bennett High School campus.[1] The current principal is Mr. Carlos Alvarez, and the current assistant principal is Mr. Jamie Barden.

History[edit]

Lewis J. Bennett High School opened as Computing Academy of Technological Sciences in 2016 to replace Bennett High School, which was being phased out due to low academic performance. It opened in 2016 to an enrollment of 102 students.

Former Principal[edit]

Previously assignment and reason for departure noted in parentheses

Former Assistant Principal[edit]

Previously assignment and reason for departure noted in parentheses

Administration[edit]

Year Superintendent Principal Vice Principal
2016-2017 Kriner Cash Susan Doyle Lizzy Crispin
2017-2018 Kriner Cash Carlos Alvarez Jamie Barden
2018-2019 Kriner Cash Carlos Alvarez Jamie Barden
2019-2020 Kriner Cash Carlos Alvarez Jamie Barden

Academics[edit]

Bennett High School of Technology offers a broad-based education in computer science as well as a general education program that teaches to the New York States Board of Regents standards. Students choose to focus from multiple areas of study, including graphic design and animation, software development, and networking and hardware. Specific classes include software engineering, computer networking, animation, gaming, coding, mobile application design, digital design, computer hardware, web design, information systems, and computer programming.[2]

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