Auto: Auto Maintenance is a set of courses that will introduce students students to automobile service and repair, shop safety, engine repair and will also prepare students for the Maintenance and Light Repair ASE Student Certification test. After the second course has been completed, students will be prepared for an internship or entry level position in today's automotive services industry, and will have completed the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation MLR curriculum. These courses will provide students the ability to apply the studied concepts in their math and science classes. The Advanced Auto course is a one year course where students work on rebuilding and blueprinting engines, performing major repairs on vehicles, welding and working on metal fabrication.
Engineering: In addition to learning 3D modeling using paper and drafting tools, students will use Autodesk Computer Aided Design (CAD) software to help them design solutions for proposed problems. Students will use state-of-the-art rapid prototyping technologies such as 3D printing and laser cutting to build their projects. Students will develop problem-solving skills and apply their knowledge to create solutions to various challenges throughout the course.
Tech Theatre: The Beginning Tech Theatre course is designed to teach students the skills and terminology of the various technical fields of live event and theatre production.
Video: This UC approved fine arts elective is designed to introduce a variety of techniques, concepts, and software used to create video projects. The class will complete an overview of the editing software, Adobe Premier. Emphasis is placed on the application of elements and principles of design.
Visual Imagery: Visual Imagery explores the fundamentals of photography and creative expression of ideas. Art appreciation is also an integral part of these classes.