Program of Studies/Scheduling Information
Program of Studies 2020-2021
A comprehensive guide on planning your high school program which includes graduation requirements, course descriptions, and grade level course progressions.
Senior English Option
For a comparison of the Senior English course (English Composition and Literature) and the typical Senior English course (English 4), please follow this link.
Junior English Options
For a description of the Junior English options (AP Seminar, AP Language and Composition, English 3), please follow this link.
2020-2021 Course Elective Sheet
For a listing of electives offered at Edison High School. Final running of courses for a particular school year is dependent on the enrollment numbers for that course as students are selecting electives to complete their schedules.
MCC High School Scholars Program
For a listing of courses that can be taken at MCC during the summer or the school year in order to be applied towards either the VPA or 21st Century Skills elective. Each semester course counts as 2.5 EHS credits and a grade transcript must be provided to your counselor at the end of each semester. District guidelines and further information can be found at this link. Registration information and application can be accessed via the previous link.
Financial Literacy Course Requirement Information
All public high school students in the state of New Jersey are required to have 2.5 credits of Financial Literacy as part of their total credits needed to graduate. In the Edison Township schools, there are a variety of ways in which this type of elective can be satisfied by a student: a Traditional Classroom setting as part of their year's schedule or an On-line Course setting through NJ Virtual either during the summer or one of two semesters during the school year. For a brief description of each option follow the title link above and use the links below to access the applications:
NJ Virtual School Financial Literacy Course School Year 2020-2021
For the Google application to take the NJ Virtual School Financial Literacy course and have it count for the 2020-2021 school year, students should use the title link above after signing into their school gmail account. Students will have the option of registering for the Summer 2020, Fall 2020, or Spring 2021 course. Each course period has a specific registration window and time period to complete the program.
NJ Virtual School Financial Literacy Course School Year 2019-2020
For the Google application to take the NJ Virtual School Financial Literacy course and have it count for the 2019-2020 school year, please click the title link above. Students will have the option of registering for the Spring 2020 course. The course period has a specific registration window and time period to complete the program.
Video Spotlight on the EHS Electives Program