The mission of Thomas Edison High School of Technology is to provide students with the academic, technological, and interpersonal skills needed to achieve excellence in their chosen careers and to serve as the foundation for their continuing education.
The Automotive Technologies Pathways program promotes and encourages the interests of career education related to the automotive industry by actively engaging students in hands-on instruction and providing training for skilled positions in the industry.
Courses included in the cluster:
- Automotive Technology & Dealership Training; Instructors: Scott Bergmann, Robert Ivey, and Matthew Page
- Auto Body Repair Technology; Instructor: John Petro
- Foundations of Automotive Technology; Instructor: Tommy Dougherty Para-Educator: Eric Ward
The Construction Technology Pathways program promotes and encourages the interests of career education related to the construction industry by actively engaging students in residential design and the Young American house building project.
Course included in the cluster are:
- Foundations of Building Construction Technology (FBCT); Instructor: Christopher Haddad
- Carpentry; Instructor: Donald Wheatley
- Construction Electricity; Instructor: Paul DelMarr
- Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC); Instructor: Robert Gangloff Para-Educator: Troy Lancaster
- Masonry; Instructor: Tom Maley
- Plumbing; Instructor: Stanley Holcomb
- Principals of Architecture & CAD Technology; Instructor: Tuan Pham
- The Academy of Hospitality and Tourism; Instructor: Jason Potyk
- Cosmetology & Nail Technology; Instructors: Tonga Quan and Brenda B. Lopez Para-Educator: Christine Hill-Byrne
- The Academy of Health Professions
- Professional Restaurant Management/Culinary Arts; Instructor: Teresa Marie Smith
- Graphic Design; Instructor: Carol King-Bolden
- Network Operations; Instructor: Jesse McGee