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.
Foundations of Automotive Technologies is an entry level program that gives students exposure to career opportunities and instructional competencies in the automotive repair fields. Automotive maintenance and basic servicing are the basis of the program. Students gain entry-level skills that prepare them for entry into the automotive service industry or for further study in the Automotive Technology or Automotive Body Repair Technology programs-page.
- Automotive Technology & Dealership Training
- Auto Body Technology
- Foundations of Automotive Technology
Foundations of Building and Construction Technology (FBCT) is Edison’s only one-semester program. Students develop introductory skills in carpentry; electrical wiring heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); masonry; and plumbing. Students learn to read and interpret blueprints; proper building construction techniques; and methods to design, lay out, build, and repair residential utility systems. Upon completion of FBCT, students may choose one of the five construction programs-page.