Engineering and Manufacturing Technology
The Engineering and Manufacturing Technology Academy offers courses that prepare students for careers in the Trade and Industrial Technologies or Engineering Technologies Pathway. Within each pathway, students will have two schedule options. The technical schedule focuses on competitive and employable skills for those wishing to acquire employment immediately upon graduation. The traditional schedule will enhance skills necessary for successful performance in post-secondary education or technical training.
- Engineering Technologies: The Engineering Technologies Pathway prepares students to apply knowledge and skills in basic design, engineering, production, energy and transportation. Instruction includes classes in Drafting and Design, Electro-Mechanical Systems, Manufacturing and Industrial Systems. Successful students with technical preparation can obtain advanced placement and/or college credit.
- Trade and Industrial Technologies: The Trade and Industrial Pathway encompasses the Construction Trades, Auto Body, Automotive Technology, Electrical, Welding and PC Maintenance/Network Administration. School to work combined with post-secondary preparation will be the main focus of these programs.