About Edison Private School

Why Us?

At Edison Private School, we feel that the best investment of our future is a good education for our children. We never stop striving for what should be considered the most important decision for your child’s future. Once you step onto our campus, you will see and understand our commitment. This foundation goes well beyond after graduation, but it is instilled towards college and life’s challenges

Academic Excellence

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Fundamental Approach

Our Academic Staff

Edison Private School’s goal and commitment are to provide the highest overall quality education possible for all students. Our highly qualified, talented, and dedicated teachers guide our students to develop intellectually, emotionally, and socially and prepare them for a lifelong journey of learning.

Professional Development

To foster best educational practices, all of our teachers participate in professional development throughout the year to stay abreast of current research and teaching methods and incorporate technology in the classroom.

Technology in the Classroom

Our team of teachers is continually trained to understand and teach the use of technology in the classroom. We use educational software that is integrated into the syllabus of each subject in the curriculum.


Our teachers possess the skills and credentials to successfully teach the programs in two languages (English and Spanish).

Our Mission and Values


The purpose of Edison Private School is to provide its student community with a high-quality education. Together with our highly trained teachers, we have a mission to explore and exploit students’ abilities in an effective and personalized way. We know that each student is a world unto themselves and each one has different abilities and time for learning, so we make it our mission to understand their individual capabilities. Edison Private School is committed to the success of all students. Learning and teaching is our business and we are determined to be the best we can be.


At Edison Private School we believe it is our duty to foster active learning, knowledge, develop skills and strengths to prepare students for a better future. We believe that students should be enriched intellectually, emotionally, and physically at the same time.


We want to continue to be the best option for students and for parents and guardians. To increase the use of technology and continue to train educational staff to keep them up to date with new and ever-changing educational strategies.


At Edison Private School we aim to develop leadership skills, social, emotional, and academic skills to prepare students for success not only in a school setting but also in professional development, college preparation, and lifelong learning.

A Message from the Principal

Dear Students and Parents/Guardians ff Edison Private School, 

Welcome to the Mighty Eagles Family! I hope you are ready to experience an amazing school year. Our staff is working hard to prepare engaging and rewarding learning experiences for all students. We look forward to seeing our returning students and to meeting our new ones. At EPS, we place high value on our partnership with parents, families, and community, and we invite you to be an active part of helping students to achieve their full potential.

We believe that each student has a gift to share, and we work hard to unlock their highest potential. We have high expectations of our students, and we have high expectations of ourselves to help all EPS students learn and grow into well-rounded citizens and critical thinkers. EPS aims to develop leadership skills, social and emotional skills, and academic skills to prepare students for success not only in a school setting but also in career building, college readiness, and life-long learning.

Anti-Discrimination Policy

Prohibits harassment and/or discrimination against employees, or applicants on the basis of sex, race, color, ethic or national origin, religion, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender, gender identification, social and family background, linguistic preference, pregnancy, and any other legally prohibited basis.

Edison Private School admits students of any race, sex, color, national origin, religion, disability, genetic information, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identification, social and family background, linguistic preference, and any other legally prohibited basis to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at this school, including. The administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, Scholarships programs, athletic or other after-school or school administered programs.

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Reporting Misconduct & Abuse

Section 1006.061(1), Florida Statutes, requires each district school, charter school and private school that accepts scholarship students under ss. 220.187 or 1002.39, Florida Statutes, to post in a prominent place a notice that pursuant to chapter 39 all employees and agents of the district school board, charter school or private school have an affirmative duty to report all actual or suspected cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect.

Section 1006.061(2), Florida Statutes, requires each district school, charter school and private school that accepts scholarship students to post at the school site and on the schools’ internet site (if available) the policies and procedures for reporting alleged misconduct by instructional personnel or school administrators which affects the health, safety or welfare of a student. The notices must include the contact person to whom the report is made and the penalties imposed on those instructional personnel or school administrators who fail to report suspected child abuse or misconduct by other instructional personnel or school administrators.

Section 1006.061, Florida Statutes, requires the Department to provide sample notices suitable for posting. The attached posters are provided as samples for district schools, charter schools and private schools that accept scholarship students under ss. 220.187 or 1002.39, Florida Statutes. The sample posters may be printed and used as is, may be used in a modified form, or may be used as inspiration to develop a unique poster. Each school or district may also develop its own poster that suits the needs of the school or district as desired.

Link: https://www.fldoe.org/teaching/professional-practices/reporting-misconduct-abuse.stml