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Engineering, Construction, and Manufacturing


Will I like this Career Field?

Do you dream of designing, planning, managing, building, or maintaining structures where we live, work, and play?

Do you care about the quality of material and workmanship?  

Are you interested in how products and machines come together?

Elective Options

9th-12th grades:
Pre-Engineering & Robotics
Introduction to Manufacturing
Robotics I
10th-12th grades:
Advanced Metals Fabrication
Aerospace Manufacturing
Metals Engineering & 3D Design I/II
Robotics II
Construction Technology

11th-12th grades:
Metals Engineering & Technology II
Construction Technology
Metals Engineering & Technology IV
**Dual Credit Courses
Many courses are articulated with local community and technical colleges
and students who register and maintain a B or better will earn college credit.
"In today's economy, the best jobs will go to the best educated -- whether they live in the United States or India or China. That's why every high school graduate needs some higher education, whether a university degree, a community college or industry certification."
-President Obama

This way for a living wage, more employment options, and better employability.
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