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Last updated on October 9th, 2023

Edison Career & Technology High School

655 Colfax Street, Rochester, NY 14606
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LaCassa Felton
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7:30 a.m.


2:30 p.m.

Parent contact
Lisa Taylor
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School mission

Edison Career and Technology is – More than a high school education. We are a Career and Technical Education School (CTE), or Critical and Timely Education, as we like to call it. At Edison Career and Technology High School, students are provided the opportunity to invent their future — and the foundation you need to make it happen. Edison offers academics, technical training, work-based learning, and support services. Our CTE Pathways connect your high school classes with technical learning, internships, and mentoring to help you get ahead. You can earn industry credentials and college credits, in addition to participating in clubs, sports, and other extra-curricular activities. Put it all together, and you get a one-of-a-kind educational experience.

At Edison Tech, students follow one of four distinct career pathways where they will get hands-on training and on-the-job experience that ties into their class instruction to make their classes more relevant and exciting. Each pathway is designed to prepare students to move in to in-demand career fields or college after graduation.

Automotive, Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering:
This pathway prepares students for a variety of careers in engineering, manufacturing, photonics, optics, robotics, automotive technology, and related fields. Projects give students a practical application of English language arts, math, science, and technology.

Construction, Architecture, and Design:
This pathway prepares students for a variety of careers in building trades, architecture, and interior design. Students see projects through drafting, building, renovating, and designing phases while applying a variety of academic knowledge and skills.

Digital Media, Arts, and Communication:
This pathway prepares students for visual imaging careers including television/video production, graphic design, printing, web design, and coding. Students hone their creative skills by designing and building projects using industry standard software and equipment while applying academic knowledge to real world applications.

P-Tech Rochester: Pathways to Technology
At P-Tech, students will be prepared to begin careers in a range of exciting competitive jobs in the computing and information technology industry, such as development of software applications, working on a computer help desk, designing and testing future productions, installing and maintaining technology, and working in the specialized fields of cyber security, cloud and mobile computing, and networking. P-Tech is a six year program in which students graduate with an associate’s degree.

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  • CTE Offerings
  • P-Tech
  • Advanced Placement

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Key dates & Deadlines

Families are encouraged to complete an application to participate in the School Choice Lottery on or before the deadline.

How to apply

The Office of Student Equity & Placement staff will assist families with every step of the registration process. Staff can also provide families with information about the schools available to their children to help them make an informed choice. Please view the list of acceptable documents and proof of residency requirements necessary to register a child in the Rochester City School District,

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