State and federal statutes and regulations prohibit school districts from discriminatory practices in employment, educational and vocational education opportunities against any person by reason of race, color, creed, religion, sex, ancestry, national origin, age, English proficiency, sexual preference, marital status or veteran status. Further, state and federal protection is extended on account of disabilities, social or economic status, pregnancy, childbirth, pregnancy related disabilities, actual or potential parenthood, or family status and other applicable laws. Further information regarding these policies can be obtained from the 504 Compliance Officer, and/or the Affirmative Action Officer, call (Phone 732-257-3300).
The Middlesex County Academy for Science, Mathematics and Engineering Technologies in Edison was named the seventh best public high school in the United States in annual rankings for 2015 by Newsweek magazine. The Middlesex County Academy for Allied Health and Biomedical Sciences in Woodbridge was ranked 21st in the nation.
First Lady Michelle Obama emphasized the importance of career and technical education (CTE) to the success of America’s students and the future of the nation at a White House event titled "Celebrating Innovations in Career and Technical Education.”
The Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools presented diplomas to 399 graduates June 24 in ceremonies on all five campuses.
Theater, dance and digital film students in the Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools’ School of the Arts have been receiving recognition beyond their East Brunswick campus.