Our institution is a public technological high-school, with 650 pupils aged 14 - 50, attending the school for 3 to 5 years and coming from all ethnical entities. The main specializations are electric light installation, electro technical industry, atomic power station and computer-techniques. We offer also a data processing specialization for 4 years. Established in 1966, the school is awarded in 2004 with the name Technical Energetic College by an Order of National Education Minister, as a result of the acknowledgment of the merits of the entire teaching staff, support staff and non-teaching staff and the students and parents who have increased the prestige of the Romanian education. In 2007, the college is authorized IES, receiving international recognition of the quality of education, qualifications and certificates obtained by graduates of the school. Starting this year, all graduates of high school and foreman school can obtain Certificates issued by International Education Society International LTD. London (IES). After the visit of the IES London delegation in 2008, the school receives a certificate of CCC rating and in 2011 received the certificate of "institution of trust with constantly good results" with a B agency evaluation. In the 2013-2014 school year, our institution receives a new distinction as a Resource Model School for Educational Management, awarded by the School Inspectorate of Constanta, the principal Claudia Nitu obtaining Diploma of Excellence in Management. In the period 2003-2016, teachers and high school students have been participating in several projects financed by the European Commission that aim to develop international exchanges, awareness of cultural diversity in communication, the importance of cooperation in the European Union, as follows: Leonardo da Vinci Project (2003-2004) Training and Development of Entrepreneurial Skills for High School Students; Grundtvig Project E-learning, Web2 and Andragogy to Enhance Education Outcomes - Transnational Cooperation (2008-2010); Multilateral Comenius Project - Getting Along In Europe (2010-2012), Grundtvig Project Learning to Learn by Teaching (2012-2014), Erasmus + Project Learning to Learn by Teaching (L2LbyTe 2), 2015-2017. Visit our website.