ASE Application for Incoming Freshmen
The Academy of Sustainability and Engineering (ASE) at Edison High School is a science and math intensive program that utilizes project based learning to learn curriculum through the lens of sustainable practices and engineering. We focus on preparing students for STEM careers in the rapidly growing sustainability and engineering industries.
The student applying will complete this online portion of the application while signed into their email address. There is a portion that is to be printed, completed by the parent/guardian and dropped off or mailed to Edison High School. There is a final portion to be completed online by the student's current math and science teachers.
The full application must be submitted by March 27, 2020 to guarantee space in the classes. We will continue accepting applications as long as space permits.
Email address *
Applicant Name (Last, First) *
Parent/Guardian Email Address *
Parent/Guardian Parent Phone Number *
Current School *
What do you think your teachers and/or parents/guardians would say are your best qualities? *
What careers or college majors interest you? *
Why do you want to be a part of the Academy of Sustainability at Edison? *
Are you willing and able to devote additional time beyond your normal school instructional day to the ASE program? *
I understand that in order to be eligible for the ASE program I must PLACE into Algebra 1 or higher based on teacher recommendation, test scores and/or placement exam. *
You need to get the following link to your current math teacher and ask that they complete the form. *
You need to get the following link to your current science teacher and ask that they complete the form. *
PARENTS: I understand that by submitting this Parent/Guardian Commitment page that I am WILLING to SUPPORT the program through VOLUNTEERING and contributing. Print the "Parent/Guardian Commitment Page" and return this page to Andrea Harrell at Edison High School. *
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