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About Us

The mission of Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Education High School is to develop leaders of tomorrow by preparing all students to meet the high academic, technical, civic and workforce challenges of the twenty-first century. We believe that strong leadership throughout our united community of faculty members, students, parents and associates will move us towards the following goals: academic rigor, high standards for assessing students' performances and continual school improvement.

Recent news

Sign up for Parent Teacher Conference

We are looking forward to engaging in meaningful conversations during our Parent-Teacher Conferences (PTC) scheduled for the evening of March 18th (05:30 PM - 08:00 PM) and the morning of March 19th (08:30 AM - 11:00 AM). The process will be the same as the Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences, and it will require families to fill out a form to select the teacher(s) and the time slot they wish to schedule their meeting for. Families will need to log into the registration site using their Edison Family Google Account or their child's Edison Google Account. Each teacher will be receiving their list of families and phone numbers to call during the PTC. To maximize the number of families our teachers can reach, we are implementing a five-minute rule.
The Principal's Newsletter

The Principal's Newsletter

Dear Edison Families and Students, I am happy to be sharing my newsletter through a new tool, Smore! This will allow me to send regular updates, share pictures, and give a head's up for important information. This is my first run with it. What do you think? It's both easy to use and useful to have!

Are you looking to enroll in College Level Courses?

Students looking to apply for an AP/Selective course next school year, 2021-2022. Please view our new website section titled "Advanced Placement / Selective Courses" located in the "Academics" section of the navigation bar.

Our School

Career and Technical Education (CTE) gives high school students the chance to get a head start on preparing for college and careers. Through CTE programs, you have the opportunity to participate in hands-on training in your chosen course and gain real-world experience. Many programs offer you the opportunity to earn nationally recognized certifications which you can use to get a job to pay for college or at the start of your career. Upon the completion of the programs listed, students will be industry certified in their career and technology subject area. The certifications offered are administered through industry recognized testing partners such as CompTIA, Pearson VUE, Certiport, NOCTI, and NCCER.
  • 94% Graduation Rate
  • 13 CTE Courses
  • 20+ College Level Courses
  • 22 Club & Organizations
  • 22 Varsity Sports
  • 15 Alumni are Faculty