Computer Applications (8)

Students will use technology tools to manage personal schedules and contact information, create memos and notes, prepare simple reports and other business communications, manage computer operations and file storage, and use electronic mail, Internet applications and search for and access information. Students will develop skills related to word processing, database management and spreadsheet applications. Students will demonstrate knowledge of hardware components, classes of software, basic data communications components and trends, and technical knowledge of the Internet including Internet protocols. Students will demonstrate understanding of Internet security issues, how to use and troubleshoot Internet connections including Internet software, how to use virus protection techniques and how to use the Internet to communicate and collaborate.

Engineering Geometric Technology (9-10)

Engineering Technology courses provide students with the opportunity to focus on one or more areas of industrial technology. Students apply technological processes to solve real engineering problems; develop the knowledge and skills to design, modify, use, and apply technology; and may also design and build prototypes and working models. Topics covered in the course include the nature of technology, use of technology, and design processes.

Engineering Design (10-11)

Engineering Design courses offer students experience in solving problems by applying a design development process. Often using solid modeling computer design software, students develop, analyze, and test product solutions models as well as communicate the features of those models.

Engineering Development (11-12)

Engineering Design and Development courses provide students with the opportunity to apply engineering research principles as they design and construct a solution to an engineering problem. Students typically develop and test solutions using computer simulations or models but eventually create a working prototype as part of the design solution.

Emerging Technologies (12)

Emerging Technologies courses emphasize students’ exposure to and understanding of new and emerging technologies. The range of technological issues will be taught through the course content of chemical analysis, electrochemistry, chromatography,  acid/base chemistry, chemical equilibrium, forensic chemistry, and biochemistry


Instructors: Mr. Seematter- (Lead) Mr. Regehr Mr. Ulrich


Architectural and Civil Drafters $24.38/hr $50,710 annual
Industrial Engineering Technician $25.86/hr $53,780 annual
Computer Engineer / Computer Hardware Engineer $53.72/hr $111,730 annual
Aerospace Engineer $51.84/hr $107,830 annual
Chemical Engineer $46.81/hr $97,360 annual


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