Academy for Information Technology

The Union County Academy for Information Technology (UC-AIT) is a full-time four-year public high school located in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, United States, on the Union County Vocational Technical Schools Campus. The school is part of the Union County Vocational Technical Schools (UCVTS), which serves students in all of Union County.

AIT focuses on education in computer science and computer engineering with an emphasis on Mathematics and Science. In 2006, 51 students were members of the school's first graduating class. The school has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools.

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.


The Academy for Information Technology is a Public university located in Scotch Plains.
The Academy for Information Technology was founded in 2002.
The current president of Academy for Information Technology is Colleen Gialanella.

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