The Academy for Information Technology is a small, four-year career academy that fosters critical thinking skills in its culturally diverse student population. By stressing intellectual curiosity, hard work, ethical behavior and technological expertise with business integration, the school community guides its students to achieve their greatest potential. The AIT graduate is prepared academically, technologically, and interpersonally for the challenges of the future.
College Fair for Junior and Sophomore Families
Searching for colleges that may be a good fit? Check out our 2nd Annual College Fair, sponsored by the five high schools of the Union County Vocational-Technical School District. Showcasing a diverse group of colleges and universities throughout the state and country, the UCVTS College Fair is an opportunity for our junior and sophomore students and families to meet directly with admissions representatives, learn about unique college programs, and obtain valuable information.
The College Fair will take place on Wednesday, March 22nd, and will run from 7:00 pm-9:00 pm in the Bistocchi Hall (AIT) Gymnasium. Refer to the attached flyer for details.
Additionally, please note that in order to accommodate all families and provide every student the opportunity to interact with as many college/university representatives as possible, we kindly ask that you select an hour time frame to attend the College Fair. Pre-registering for a time slot will ensure smooth traffic flow on campus, easier check in, and increased access to college representatives. We appreciate your cooperation.
Planning to attend? Please complete the quick RSVP form below by March 18th.
Planning to attend? Please complete the quick RSVP form at https://goo.gl/forms/7BRXouoVRbdcbNyp2 by March 18th
Don’t miss this incredible opportunity! We hope to see you there.
Congratulations Mrs. Salazar
AIT Teacher of the Year
The parent and student portals of Power School are now open for Marking Period 2 and mid-term exam grades. Interim and end of marking period reports are important times to encourage your children to learn to self-advocate. If there are grade discrepancies or questions, the first step should be for a student to reach out to his or her teacher. Faculty information can be found on our website. The parent portal link can be found in the drop down menu, under AIT, and by following the link for parents.
Mrs. Colleen D. Gialanella
Mrs. Judith Hurok
SecretaryMrs. Sharyn Cody
FAX -- 908-889-6831
and Bullying Specialist
908-889-8288 X 313/372
AIT HIB Specialist
Affirmative Action Officer
District 504 Officer