Dear Incoming Edison Students, welcome to Thomas A. Edison Career & Technical Education High School. You are about to embark on an educational experience rich in opportunities that will assist you in learning and developing skills that will be invaluable to you for the rest of your life. The first step in beginning this process is the June Student Orientation that is mandated for all incoming students.
Students whose last names begin with A-L will report on Saturday, June 11, 2016
Dear Parents and Students, as you know, the school year is drawing to a close. Linked below are some important items that need to be addressed for graduating seniors and all other students.End of Year Letter
To be eligible for this $2,500 scholarship, students must be seniors at one of New York City’s high schools and must plan to attend college within New York City beginning in the fall semester of 2016. The scholarship payment will be made directly to the award recipient’s school and is to be used exclusively for tuition and other educational expenses.More Info
CTE students Nicholas Bhurasingh and Julio Pineda, together with their coach Miguel Sierra beat out 11 other schools to win the NY regional round of the Automotive Technology Competition and are ready to vie for a new title and an opportunity at competing for more than $3 million in scholarships and prizes at the National Competition. Chancellor Fariña met the contestants to congratulate and wish them a successful performance in the finals.More Info
Attention All Edison Parents! Want to increase your Computer Literacy in Microsoft Word and Excel? Then join us, your Parent Teacher Association in our Sponsored Computer Workshop facilitated by Ms. Sharma (Beginners) and Mr. Kalloo (Advanced). All participants will be given their own flash (additional materials will be distributed). Light refreshments will be served.More Info
Students from across the city put their skills to the test in a battle to represent their school at a city level.Read More View Gallery View Winners
Thomas Edison CTE High School students competed in the NY Automotive Technology Competition as if they were technicians working at a dealership, fixing issues ranging from cars not starting to making sure the windshield wipers work properly. Each team had to complete their work for an auto inspection within three hours. Nicholas Bhurasingh and Julio Pineda from Thomas Edison won the competition.
Back in 1993, Moses Ojeda was a quiet student who graduated from Thomas Edison High School and now he runs the facility and relates to the students the way few others can.Read More