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This program provides classroom and laboratory experience in current and emerging technology, layout, fabrication, assembly, installation, and repair in essential elements of building construction.  These essential elements include carpentry, electrical, residential and industrial construction and interior/exterior finishing.

The Building Construction program is accredited through NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) which provides credentialing for students in this program and opportunities for post-secondary education and/or entry into the workforce.



A major in Business/Marketing will allow graduates to pursue many rewarding and interesting careers and equips them with skills that enhance their chances of moving directly into higher education, an apprentice program, the military, or entry-level employment in one of four pathways: Marketing, Management, Computer Technology, and Finance.  This dynamic and challenging program prepares students for the accelerated changes takin gplace in the competitive business world.

The Business Academy program offers the Microsoft IT Academy with credentialing opportunities through Microsoft.  Resting for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) and Microsoft Office Expert credentials are part of the IT Academy experience.


The Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology curriculum provides training in the use of equipment and materials of the collision repair and refinishing trade.  The student studies the construction of the automobile body and techniques of repairing, rebuilding and refinishing.


The course work includes collision repair fundamentals, industry overview and safety.  Students will perform hands-on repairs in the areas of:


  • non-structural and structural repairs
  • MIG welding
  • plastics and adhesives
  • refinishing
  • other related areas


Graduates of the curriculum should qualify for entry-level employment opportunities in the collision repair and refinishing industry.




Healthcare Science is a secondary career/technical program that prepares students to successfully enter a career in healthcare. Students participate in simulated healthcare activities in classroom and laboratory assignments that give opportunities for exploration and identification of individual interests and abilities. As students progress through the program, they are given community based clinical assignments that provide observations and experiences in various healthcare specialty areas. Clinical experience can also be provided through internships/mentorships to allow more in depth learning.


   The Cosmetology Program is designed for students who are interested in an exciting career in the Cosmetology profession. The Course of Study includes: Introduction to Cosmetology, Chemical Methodology, Colorimetry, Salon Practices Management, Esthetics, Nail Care and Applications, Nail Art and Applications, Cosmetology Board Requirements, Examinations, and Specialized Topics. Requirements for licensing include completion of 1500 clock hours. All hours earned will transfer to the cosmetology school of your choice to complete the required hours.


Information Technology involves the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia and systems integrations services. The IT industry is a dynamic and entrepreneurial working environment that has a revolutionary impact on the economy and society. In addition to careers in the IT industry, IT careers are available in every sector of the economy-from Financial Services to Medical Services, from Business to Engineering and Environmental Services.



   JROTC is a program designed to teach leadership, success skills, physical fitness, health, citizenship, as well as how to efficiently improve school work.  Students are taught how to study more effectively enabling them to be more focused and proficient while taking test.  The mission of JROTC is to motivate young people to be better citizens.  Through studies, activities, and service learning, Cadets incorporate into their way of life success skills such as setting goals, developing winning habits, overcoming fears of failure, developing personal and social responsibility, and learning how to make decisions and solve problems.


   The Welding Program provides preparation for students interested in a career in metal work.  Students will develop an understanding of the importance of the welding industry in today’s economy. Students receive training in all areas of the welding field, from mild steel to aluminum.  The Welding industry today presents a continually growing and changing series of opportunities for skilled welders.  The student, who has prepared for these opportunities, can expect to find a job market that is loaded with employment possibilities.  The Welding Program is accredited through NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) and provides credentials to prepare students for postsecondary education or entry into the workforce.


   The Career/Technology Cooperative Education program is a structured component of the Career/Technical Education curriculum that integrates classroom instruction and learning with productive, supervised work-based experiences in fields related to student’s career objectives.

   Cooperative Education matches a student to employment based on his/her career objective/career pathway. In all cases, the student must have a clearly defined career objective/career pathway in the occupation for which employment is being considered. Students must have the ability, aptitude, and attitude for successful employment.




   Automotive Service Technology is the field of study dealing with diagnosis, service, and repair of automobiles and light trucks.  The lab and classroom course are oriented toward high levels of technical understanding, current developments such as electronics control systems and environmental issues, the development of the students' diagnostic capabilities, and proficiency with recommended service procedures.  In addition to specific technical training, the supporting course provides for growth of personal and other skills needed to advance within the automotive service industry.

   The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) accredits the Automotive Service Technology program in four areas: Brakes, Electrical/Electronic Systems, Engine Performance, and Suspension/Steering.