Our school climate and culture are very important to us here at CTRA.
We have two surveys that we would like you to complete so we can get feedback on how our school is doing.
School Governance Council Survey about Parental Involvement
Please complete this survey for you chance to win a $100 gift card.
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Butter Braid Fundraiser
All orders are due by Monday April 28th
Pick up will be a CTRA
Tuesday, May 6th from 3-5 pm.
Sign up for the Walk Against Hunger
The walk will occur Sunday, May 4th
2nd Annual CTRA Scholar Art Exhibition!
Opening Reception 3-7pm Thursday May 15, 2014
Refreshments provided by RAP and scholar choral performances
Exhibition dates May 15–22
To Our CTRA Families,
With the recent move of the Connecticut River Academy into our wonderful new building, we’ve encountered some temporary problems with our phone system. We realize that some of you have experienced difficulty getting through to CTRA, and we wanted you to know that we’ve resolved these issues. We apologize for any inconvenience they may have caused you. Communicating with our families is a top priority at CTRA.
Thank you for your patience.
Semester 2 Bell Schedule
Scholars will follow a self-selected schedule of seminars, activities, and lunch. Four classes will continue to meet each day for 85 minutes each.
Yearbooks are $60
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CTRA Dress code
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The Connecticut River Academy is a school of excellence that provides students with rigorous learning opportunities that help prepare students for future success.
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The Connecticut River Academy is an early college high school on Goodwin College's new campus in East Hartford. Located beside the historic Connecticut River, the Academy's environmental science focus includes river studies; land, water and air quality; plant and animal growth; human ecology; and renewable energy.