Architecture and Construction

Construction Trades

  • Introduction to many of the skilled and professional career opportunities in the construction industry.
  • Use professional tools and technology to learn the construction trade.
  • Students will practice skills required in the residential, commercial, and civil branches of construction.
  • Attend field trips related to the construction field, and travel to regional, state, and national Skills USA competitions
  • Develop skills for immediate employment with contractors, and earn industry certifications
  • Construction Advanced studies available for second year students
 

Electrical Wiring

  • Use professional tools and technology to install electrical wire, switches, and fixtures found in homes and businesses
  • Read electrical plans, bend steel conduit, use national codes to plan layouts of power outlets, lights, and controls
  • Attend field trips related to electricians, and travel to regional, state, and national Skills USA competitions
  • Qualify for a paid apprenticeship through the Department of Labor; get a head-start by earning college credit
  • Develop skills for immediate employment with contractors and energy companies, and earn industry certifications

Junior completers may return for a senior year of advanced studies with internship placement.

Contact your high school counselor to apply!