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.
Parent Portal is now Open to view Marking Period 1 Grades and Comments!
The parent and student portals of Power School are now open to view marking period 1 grades and comments. Marking period reports are important times to encourage your children 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.
Congratulations to Ms. Cohen
AIT Junior English Teacher, Moriah Cohen, wrote a poem that was accepted for the Best New Poets of 2016 Anthology.
AIT is incredibly proud of our National Merit Semifinalists: Taylor Andrews, Arun Chundru, and Kevin Zhang. While more than 1.6 million students in more than 22,000 high schools entered the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the 2015 PSAT, these students placed among 16,000 Semi Finalist. Based on those figures, these incredibly determined and hardworking students represent those who placed in the top 1% of all test takers.
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