Career and Technical Education

Curriculum

HIGH SCHOOL COURSES

Any class in Skilled and Technical Sciences can be used to meet the Career and Technical Education graduation requirement, or may be taken for elective credit.

The following courses may be used to meet Technology graduation requirements: CAD Architecture, PLTW IED Introduction to Engineering Design 1 & 2, Robotics Engineering and Mechanisms 1 & 2, PLTW CEA Civil Engineering and Architecture, and PLTW Digital Electronics 1 & 2.

All classes may not be offered at every high school. Contact the individual high schools for more information.

SKILLED and TECHNICAL SCIENCES

PLTW IED Introduction to Engineering Design 1 & 2
Robotics Engineering and Mechanisms 1 & 2
PLTW CEA Civil Engineering and Architecture
PLTW Digital Electronics 1 & 2

Introduction to Woods Manufacturing
Custom Woods Manufacturing
Advanced Cabinet/Furniture Construction
Advanced Machine Tool Technology
Advanced Machine Tool/Welding
Welding Technology
Advanced Welding
Machine Tool Technology
Automotive Technology
Advanced Automotive Technology Engine Repair & Brake Systems
Basic Car Care
Power Mechanics

CAD Architecture
Introduction to Construction
Residential Construction
Landscape Design and Management

MIDDLE LEVEL COURSES

6th Grade Skilled and Technical Sciences – 9 weeks
7th Grade Skilled and Technical Sciences – 9 weeks
8th Grade Skilled and Technical Sciences – 18 weeks

CTE Resources
for LPS Staff

View CTE documents and information