Technical Education



The technical education classes are for students interested in any engineering, construction, or manufacturing career. The first year students must all take Technical Drawing/CAD. The second year students can choose between Architectural Design and Mechanical Drawing. Most importantly, students who take the tech ed classes will learn to pay attention to detail. They also learn how to read prints, and how to accurately create drawings to industry standards. They learn how to create both board and CAD (computer aided design) drawings using AutoCad software. Students learn about problem solving with real world situations. The tech ed courses are one of the few programs offered where a student can leave high school and go directly into the career. Students can also use the skills and go to college to pursue degrees in engineering or architectural fields.

1 year completion of any of these courses counts as 0.5 computer credit required for graduation.

1 year completion of any of these courses fulfills the senior math experience requirement

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