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iTech @ Thomas A. Edison Educational Center

iTech@Thomas A. Edison Educational Center, a Miami-Dade Magnet High School, provides students with the opportunity to conduct real-world field studies, research and projects in an environment that models today’s successful businesses. Students will have an opportunity to earn industry certifications while preparing for college and beyond.

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An Advanced Technology, District-Wide Magnet STEM High School

Miami’s Premiere Technology-Focused MAGNET High School has the following academies:

  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Geospatial Information Systems (GIS)
  • Advanced Microsoft Applications (iCode)


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iTech @ Thomas A. Edison Educational Center has the following academies:

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Be a part of a cutting-edge form of business management where you will learn the technology and  business practices that all successful businesses, organizations, and governments require–the efficient and effective management of resources. Learn how to use advanced, real-time software solutions that are in demand worldwide.


Geospatial Information Systems (GIS)

Learn the science of collecting and making information usable through computer-based analyses and high-tech digital mapping techniques. Using the latest technology you will learn the high-tech “smart” technology to collect and manipulate all forms of geographically-referenced information that is widely needed in government, transportation, military and global businesses.


iCode (Microsoft Applications)

The technical world is changing faster than we can keep up. Everyone communicates and gathers information on smartphones, tablets, computers, or in the cloud. Learn how to use and develop the latest technology and software platforms that are used by businesses and organizations of all sizes.



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iTech student Sonja Gorden published in National Weekly

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iTech is now officially a Microsoft IT Academy Program Member!

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ShareU.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit meet today with our students. They discussed how technology & engineering are interrelated. iTech would like to thank the following Coast Guard members who attended: Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) Joe Johnson, Lieutenant...