About This School
Vocational schools are public schools that offer instruction in skilled trades such as mechanics, carpentry, plumbing, and construction in order to provide practical experience and job training. Vocational schools are usually at the secondary, or high school, level. See Brooklyn Technical High School's test results to learn more about school performance.
In 2011, Brooklyn Technical High School had 23 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Brooklyn Technical High School Reviews
Great school. Program designed to help students understand the technical aspect of careers. Students can learn about engineering, architecture and planning. Almost all graduates go on to college.
This school is great! Many of the teachers have phDs who will offer interesting facts about the subject. There's a wide variety if course offerings such as industrial design to civil engineering. I also liked that there are many clubs to hang out with fellow students or to find a new hobby.
Went there for class of 2010, never graduated, but met many good people, had a great experience, out the schools in Brooklyn its still the best. Unfortunately unlike the guy who commented before due to school budget cuts the school has no more foundry, and had many other programs cut so its not nearly as good as it used to be. Also its very overpopulated and its mostly Asians. If you go take Civil Engineering as a major. GO MR BOULIS!!!
Went there in 1960-1964
Harder than college as it went though 4 years of engine lathes, 4 years of mechanical drawing, foundry, pattern making, in a college prep course as well as 4 years of math.
At 13 it was a significant challenge sometimes a nightmare, but I'll always remember as a really unique experience.
Two paths in the woods - what would it have been like at my local high school?