The Automotive Service Tech program provides basic automotive service skill development that can lead to entry-level jobs in dealerships, independent shops, parts stores or specialty shops, such as brakes, tires or exhaust shops. College credit can be earned while students are in the program. The student will have active participation in life skill classes, including employability skills, personal growth and leadership skills.
The Construction Technology Program offers basic skill development in all phases of residential home building. The students’ project consists of the completion of a private home during the school year. Activities include, but are not limited to foundation, floors, walls, ceiling, roofing, interior and exterior trim, plumbing, dry walling, insulation, wiring, HVAC, and painting. The student will have active participation in life skills classes, including employability skills, personal growth and leadership skills. In addition, communication skills, career exploration and assistance in making informed choices in reference to post-secondary career/education plans are a component of the course.
Learn current health care education and basic patient care skills necessary to meet the needs of the health care industry. The student will learn basic medical terminology, human anatomy & physiology, diseases related to the human body systems. The student will acquire basic entry-level skills necessary for functioning in the health care industry or for continuing his/her education in health careers. In addition, communication skills, medical career exploration, life skills and employability skills are taught. The program utilizes many health care facilities in the community as extended laboratories and job shadowing sites as an adjunct to the traditional classroom. The program is structured to help prepare students for a smooth transition into college or the job. Dual college credit is available.