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Edison HS

1425 S. Center Street
Stockton, CA 95206
(209) 933-7425
Fax (209) 942-2106

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Student Involvement

Counselor Breakdown


Counselors are assigned students according to the first letter of the student's last name, as listed below:
Justin Nelson...............AVID

Monica Madrid.............A-E

Julio Perez...................F-Mc

Pam Freeman..............Me-S

Barbara Greenwood...T-Z

Assistant Principals

Assistant Principals are assigned students according to the first letter of the student's last name, as listed below:

Kerena Skillman..................A-M

Osman Zarif.....................N-Z

Edison Builds Character

Attitude Preparation Respect Courage


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Breaking News

College and Career Fair: Thursday October 23

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Posted by: Kerena Skillman
Published: 10/18/14

E-HOUSE Students have SOUL...

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Succeed by achieving academic and personal goals.

Organize information to think and communicate effectively.

Use knowledge to prepare for future academic and vocational experiences.

Lead by making positive choices.

Mission Statement

Thomas Alva Edison High School will deliver challenging and meaningful instruction within programs that are designed to prepare all students for a variety of post-secondary opportunities.

Vision Statement

Thomas Alva Edison High School will be a locally and nationally renowned learning environment where students, staff, parents, and community members collaborate to ensure that all students are  college and career ready.

At Edison High School, student achievement is of foremost importance.  A wide assortment of courses is offered to meet the needs of all students, from support and intervention to Advanced Placement.  The school is also the home of the Career Pathway Program (formerly the Magnet Academy of Mathematics and Science) and five Smaller Learning Communities (SLCs).

Students at Edison have the opportunity to recover credit deficiencies through APEX, an online credit recovery program that is available on the campus after school.  AVID is another influential program on campus that has successfully prepared students for college year after year. 

The strong Edison athletic program and the YMCA program give students numerous opportunities to develop talents and interests outside the regular school day.  All extra-curricular enrichment activities help students make positive choices and focus on achieving both personal and academic goals. 

The faculty of Edison High is committed to providing meaningful educational opportunities to every student on campus.  We thank you for your interest in our school and in the welfare of the young adults we serve, whom we regard as Soul Vikes.          


Brian Biedermann


Brittony Billingslea

Assistant Principal

Kerena Skillman 

Assistant Principal

Osman Zarif 

Assistant Principal


Today: 10/21/14

Homecoming 2014


NEW! Edison can send parents and students Text Message Alerts to inform them of school activities!
Receive information via text message on Edison High School's Athletic Events, Parent Nights, Drama and Music performances, and more by signing up for Viking Alerts on your cell phone. No smart phone required.

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Posted by: Kerena Skillman
Published: 10/1/14

Edison High School Welcomes 8th Grade Students and Parents

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STEM Magnet Presidential Address news story