Independent Study is a course designed to give senior students the opportunity to explore the various subject areas and careers related to the Technical classes they have taken in high school. With the help of their instructor, these students will design 4 projects every semester that will increase their knowledge, develop their skills, and possibly act as a springboard for their post-secondary education.
Architectural Structures & Design Technology is a course designed to teach the fundamentals of Residential Architecture. Topics of study include: residential architecture history, careers, tools and conventions, basic residential areas and components, architectural drawings (plot plans, floor plans, electrical plans, elevations, etc.), construction, and design. Instruction throughout the course will also focus on the proper application of computer aided drafting and design (CAD/D) systems in the field of Residential Architecture.
The goal of this Architectural Structures & Design Technology course is to offer students an opportunity to gain an appreciation for and a sense of enjoyment from the subject of Architecture. For those students planning to pursue careers in Architecture or relate fields, this class will more importantly act as a springboard for their post-secondary education.
Engineering Graphics is a course designed to teach the fundamentals of technical drawing. Topics of study include: careers, lettering, sketching, mechanical drawing conventions, the technological problem solving method, dimensions, computer aided drawing and design (CAD/D), multi-view drawings, sectional view drawings, and pictorial drawings.
The goal of this Engineering Graphics course is to offer students an opportunity to gain an appreciation for and a sense of enjoyment from the subject of technical drawing. For those students planning to pursue careers related to technical drawing, this class will more importantly act as a springboard for their post-secondary education.
Electricity/Electronics is designed to provide students with practical information about electrical theory, circuits, production and distribution, code requirements, planning, maintenance, troubleshooting, remodeling, safety, and careers.
Electricity/Electronics is to develop an insight, understanding, and abilities to safely perform problem-solving activities using tools, machines, materials, processes, and products of the wiring industry.
Power Mechanics is designed to provide students with practical information about small gas engine theory, construction, operation, lubrication, maintenance, troubleshooting, service, rebuilding, safety, and careers.
Power Mechanics is to develop an insight, understanding, and abilities to safely perform problem-solving activities using tools, machines, materials, processes, and products of the small gas engines industry.