Haverhill High School
The mission of the Haverhill High School EBiT Academy is to provide students with the opportunity to integrate academic and occupation-related instruction, preparing them for success in life, education, and the 21st century marketplace in a supportive educational environment that will include exposure to a wide spectrum of post-graduate options, marketable skills, and job related possibilities. Students will choose from many different pathways, including business, marketing, finance, accounting, computer gaming, animation, cartoon development, woodworking, construction, web design and development, office administration, culinary arts, and TV production.
Students will immerse themselves into their subject, and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Faculty will work with students to select courses across the curriculum that will enrich and broaden their expertise and experience. A senior year project, internship, or TA position will enable the student to showcase their abilities and skills to the faculty and business community building self- confidence and communication experience.
The EBiT curriculum is built on a successful and popular curriculum that has been in place at Haverhill High School for over ten years. The EBiT faculty, in addition to being successful educators, has worked in different business/technology settings bringing real experiences to the classroom.
Clifford Ashbrook, Computer Technology
Westfield State College, B.A.
Bob Brandon, TV Production
Merrimac College, B.S.
Lori Capra, Accounting
Rivier University, B.S.
Southern NH University, M.S.
Philip Cosgrove, Computer Technology
Georgetown University, B.S.
Dan Hicky, Wood Techology
Fitchburg State, B.S.
Michael Maguire, Economics
Providence College, B.S.
Beth Williams Tilden, Food and Nutrition
Merrimack College, B.S. in Psychology
Leslie University, M.Ed.