Technology Department - Mr. Terry Lewis, Instructor
Students receive instruction in the proper factory approved methods of servicing, repairing, and maintaining vehicles. Training also includes learning to make the proper diagnosis using test equipment, precision measuring tools, service manuals, and specifications.
AYES and NATEF certified
570004 Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
570028 Automotive Suspension & Steering
Business Education - Ms. Bethany Flanagan, Instructor
Career Preparedness- The Career Preparedness course focuses on three integrated areas of instruction: academic planning and career development, financial literacy, and technology in the global economy.
Advanced Business Technology Applications- Personal computing and business skills are integrated throughout the course as students use a variety of software applications to produce and prepare documents for publication and learn how to select appropriate software for generating information. A major emphasis is placed on guiding students through real-world experiences to aid in the school-to career transition.
Business Finance- Economics, marketing, accounting procedures, and global financial marketing are areas of study in the course of Business Finance. Students learn to become responsible as consumers, producers, and business entrepreneurs.
Education Department - Mr. Bart Shannon, Instructor
550001 Marketing Sales and Service
550011 Marketing Principles
551021 Sales and Promotion Planning
Cooperative Education - Ms. Latricia Faulkner, Instructor
The Cooperative Education program is for 11th and 12th grade students who have reached occupational entry-level proficiency in skills and other areas essential to their occupational objective. The students are scheduled for in-school classes and for work experience through employment.
400016 Workforce Essential
400031 Work Based Experience
450006 Business Technology Applications
480011 Management Principles
Cosmetology - Mrs. Cali Alexander, Instructor
Cosmetology program offers instruction and practical learning experience woven into a variety of beauty treatments including care and beautification of the hair, complexion and hands. Training includes instruction in shampooing, rinsing, hair and scalp treatments, styling, setting, cutting, tinting, bleaching, perming, facials, manicuring, massaging, bacteriology, anatomy, hygiene, sanitation, and salon management.
510060 Intro to Cosmetology
510063 Intro to Spa Techniques
Electrical Technology Department- Mr. Roger Elliott, Instructor
Students in the Electrical Technology class will be given instruction in electrical theory and the installation of electrical circuits and equipment, also in reading electrical construction drawings and using electrical test equipment. After successfully completing the course scoring a 70 or greater the students will receive a certificate and credentials from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
430004 Architecture, Construction and Manufacturing
430058 Direct Current
430059 Alternating Current
Welding Technology - Mr. Brian Woods, Instructor
430070 Intro to Welding
430074 Applied Welding