New Technology High School (NTHS) in Napa, California, opened in 1996 with a new vision for what educating students could look like. 20 years later, our original mission is still at the core of the work we do to transform the lives of our students. Since opening the doors, NTHS has hosted over 20,000 visitors, including international, national, state, and local educators and business, government, and organization leaders. New Technology High School is the flagship school of the New Tech Network, a thought leader in education reform.
Through deepening our project-based learning implementation, exploring the role of technology in education, strengthening a student-led culture, and defining outcomes that matter, New Tech High is in a constant state of innovation and iteration. We invite you to explore the various opportunities we have for outside stakeholders to learn about the work done at New Tech High. Visit us on campus and observe innovative practices in action or explore the variety of services we offer. All proceeds go to supporting opportunities for our students.
Study Tours are an immersive half day or full day experience that provides schools and educators a deeper look at how New Tech High has become a leader in project-based learning and school reform. Participants will tour the campus, learn more about the New Tech model and interact informally with students and staff.
Through the New Tech High Center for Excellence, we offer extended trainings for schools and educators. These trainings can either be held on-site at New Tech High, virtually or our trainers will come to you. For more information on pricing and how to set-up a training please visit the link below.
Got A Question?
Contact Aaron Eisberg, Centre for Excellence Coordinator
Friends of New Tech
920 Yount Street, Napa, CA 94559 • (707) 259-8557 • Fax (707) 253-8558
Friends of New Tech is a 501(c)(3) organization. Tax ID #27-0979431.
Designations: California Demonstration Site, Distinguished School, & Gold Ribbon School; NTN Demonstration Site; New American High School