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Visual & Performing Arts Classes
Career Technical Education (CTE) Classes
Robotics/Engineering-Manufacturing Pathway Program
This course is designed for students who are interested in Engineering and Manufacturing. Through STEAM experiences the course will incorporate animatronics, robotics with industry grade engineering machines, HAAS machines, laser cutters, and 3D printers to design life-like models, including artificial hands, arms and legs. The course deepens the skills and knowledge of an engineering/manufacturing student within the context of efficiently creating a product prototype and iterating through the product development sector of the engineering design process: prototype, test and improve the design. Students use Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software to transform a digital design into a program that 3D Printers, laser cutting machines, and Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) mills use to transform raw material into a product designed by a student.
Health Science II
The course is designed for students who are interested in a Career & Technical Education Health Care pathway program. The course is designed to explore healthcare careers and provide an introduction to Health Science. Students will explore careers in the healthcare field, learn about issues within health care including safety, culture, ethics and legal responsibilities. Additionally, this pathway program provides students with the opportunity to explore health related issues and health professions from certification programs to postgraduate studies. The course provides information needed for students to understand health care career choices, including educational requirements, job descriptions, wages, benefits, and employment outlook. The course will also focus on building effective 21st century skills needed within the industry. Students will produce health related projects designed to educate the general public about a variety of topics with health science. Students will provide an introduction to basic medical terminology in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of the different body systems.
Introduction to Coding
This coding course is designed to prepare students for entry level positions in the computer programming industry. It provides students with an understanding and knowledge of how to code and program in an innovative, engaging and accessible way. The course prepares students with the programming fundamentals to learn any programming language. Students will synthesize the fundamentals of coding through the creation of a series of projects and games. The course focuses on the problem solving and critical thinking required to properly code programs and game skills that will benefit students in all of their future endeavors.