Internship

Internship is an opportunity for students to focus on their passions and define or refine their college major and career goals to match their abilities and interests. Students will intern after school and during weekends with a local business in their area of...

Metals 161

An introduction to the metal working processes and the tools and materials used. This course consists of putting into practice the fundamentals of bench work, forging, casting, welding and sheet metal work. The student is assigned projects in all areas of metal work....

Metals 263

This course focuses attention upon the study of machine shop operations organization and development. Emphasis is placed on planning and development as well as skill and ability. Metals 263 consists of machine operations, oxyacetylene and electric welding, metallurgy,...

Metalworking Technology 163 – 263

The course purpose is to give the student a well structured knowledge of metalworking technology and information on available metalworking occupations to formulate practical job entry skills. The scope of the program focuses upon such skilled occupations as tool and...

Plastics 161

Plastics is a hands-on course. Students learn to work with acrylic plastics by designing and constructing small, useful projects utilizing many different processes such as laminations, bending, engraving, carving and casting. Plastic is used to help learn about...

Psychology of Living 161

What you need to survive after high school! Dealing with society’s pressures and expectations for today’s young adults (roommates, eating issues, phobias, anxiety, depression, sexuality, cohabitation, and substance abuse). Course relies on guest speakers,...

Senior Project

Senior Project is a capstone educational opportunity in which eligible students may spend between two and four weeks in May/June pursuing independent, supervised projects in the community. Students will work with a mentor in school and in their project area,and may...

Small Engines 161

A study of all type of today’s small gasoline engines. The purpose of this course is to give an understanding of design, operational theory and engine rebuilding. Each student will be required to furnish and rebuild one engine, building a second engine is...

Textiles and Creative Construction

This course is an enrichment laboratory course which will allow a student to learn the basic operation of a sewing machine, develop fabric selection and color coordination skills necessary to design and construct a personalized patchwork quilt, pillow, or other home...

Welding 161

This course includes oxyacetylene welding, arc welding and MIG welding. Emphasis is placed upon performance of all position welding in each area, blueprint reading and recognition of standardized symbols.This course is recommended for students interested in any area...

Welding 261

A continuation of Welding 161. This course includes oxyacetylene welding, arc welding and MIG welding. Emphasis is placed upon performance of all position welding in each area, blueprint reading and recognition of standardized symbols.This course is recommended for...