The Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) is a small, focused learning community within Apex High School. AOIT places a strong importance on career readiness and post-high school success. The program offers a rigorous course of study based on industry-validated courses and the integration of STEM principles into the classroom. In addition, AOIT uses interdisciplinary and teamwork projects to emphasize the importance of developing presentation, communication, and technology skills. Academy students are also offered a variety of on-site and workplace-based professional training opportunities.
AOIT curriculum focuses on two main areas of study: Adobe Design, and Computer Programming. The Adobe Design track centers around the mastery of several concepts in media and web development: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Premiere, and HTML/CSS. The Programming track centers around the mastery of several coding languages: Python, SAS, and Java.
This website is an important component of our Academy and has been redesigned to provide a better representation of our Academy. Please feel free to contact our Director, Ms. Teia Robinson, with any questions or concerns.
AOIT Business Clothing Closet
AOIT is now offering students the opportunity to borrow business attire for any upcoming events or job interviews. There is variety of clothing for men and women from sizes XS to XXL. After school students can go to room 2318 to pick out up to five clothing items at a time. Each student must return the clothes borrowed within a week of taking them out.
AOIT is always accepting donations. To donate go to room 2318 or in Student Services and leave the clothes in the donation box. Items we are in need of are:
-Men’s Small and XS shirts and pants
-Men’s Medium shirts and pants
-Men’s and Women’s Shoes
If you anyone is interested in helping with the closet for volunteer hours after school, email Ms. Robinson.
- April 20 – Arabic Heritage Month Speaker @ 2:20 in Mr. Muhsen’s Room (attendance will count for a lunch and learn)
- April 25 – Lunch and Learn: Dawna Lewis, UX Designer from NCDIT in Mrs. Caudill’s room
- April 27 – 9th grade Zoo Trip
- May 2nd -NCDIT Speakers: Tulasi Maddi, Applications Manager and Katira Dimple, PMO Director 2:45