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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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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MIAMI'S HIGH-TECHNOLOGY MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL

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.

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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.

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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.LEARN MORE

CODE IT, TRACK IT, DEVELOP IT

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iTECH in the NEWS!

iTech to host NIKE Summer Workout!

    iTech will be hosting the NIKE summer work on July 29th.  The workout is for students in grades 3-11. You MUST register online.  ...

Brian Brackeen, CEO of Kairos visits iTech

Brian Brackeen, CEO of Kairos spoke to iTech students about his company (industry leader in facial and emotion recognition). A very verbose conversation regarding this advanced technology took place – students had GREAT questions! What they learned about...

GIS gets visit from Census Bureau and NOAA this week!

Patrick Gilles from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) meet with students from the GIS Academy and spoke on how GIS is being used by NOAA. Field trip coming soon! Marilyn Stephens, Data Dissemination Specialist, from the United States Census Bureau...

UM Sebastian The Ibis visited iTech today!

UM Sebastian The Ibis visited iTech today! Why? Simple – iTech took first place in the ASME “Build-It” engineering contest, which is hosted by the University of Miami, and Sebastian wanted to hand deliver the Trophy! How cool is that!...

iTech Students visit DEA labs

This week iTech students got an undercover trip to the DEA labs where they saw how technology is used to bust drug dealers. They were able to do hands-on experiments and try on protective gear that the professionals use – students really enjoyed the learning...

Breakfast is ALWAYS FREE at iTech!

iTech would like to remind you that breakfast is free for all students each school day.  We invite your child to eat a healthy, free breakfast as school daily.  By having your child eat breakfast at school has the added benefit of ensuring that your child is in school...

College Leaders Visit iTECH

Community leaders Theo and Alicia Johnson spoke to iTech students today about college life, planning for higher education, HBCUs, and African American Greek lettered fraternities and sororities.  ...