Edison High School offers special programs for a variety of student interests: 
For more information about programs you might be interested in, please click on the buttons on the top of the page. 
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination): AVID  is a ninth through twelfth grade program that prepared students in the academic middle for admission to a four-year college or university.  Students take an AVID elective course throughout high school that provides them with the skills needed to be successful in advancing academically with the ultimate goal of attending college.  Students are taught study skills, note taking, time management, writing and research skills, while being immersed in a college-going culture.  The class also includes tutoring sessions that are led by college students and provide support for success in the academically regorous curriculum.  For more than 25 years AVID has been instrumental in preparing students for success in high education. 
ASE (Academy of Sustainability and Engineering): Through math and science project based learning, students in the academy will be provided a unique learning experience with a focus on STEAM careers in the expanding sustainability industry. 
CIBACS (Center for International Business and Communication Studies): A four-year program which offers its students an enriched and integrated curriculum through competitive projects, job shadowing, and internships with business partners.  CIBACS produces high school graduates who meet the employability requirements for tomorrow's high tech, international business environment.
MUN (Model United Nations): An extra-curricular activity in which students typically role play as delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees which involves substantial research, public speaking, debating, and writing, as well as critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership. 
CTE Pathways: Including Cinematic Arts (BOLT TV), and Culinary Arts

SAC (Special Abilities Cluster): A Comprehensive, integrated program meeting the needs of students with developmental disabilities.  SAC is an umbrella program for three sets of classes.  CORE classes for the high school age student, LINC classes for the adult students and SUCSESS classes for students with Autism. 
We also offer 21 Advanced  Placement Courses
Art History European History
Biology Human Geography
Calculus AB  Music Theory
Calculus BC Physics
Chemistry Psychology
Computer Science A Spanish Language
Computer Science Principles Statistics
Drawing AB Studio Art
English Language US Government
English Literature US History
Environmental Science