Industrial Technology & Trades

Courses in industrial technology and trades provide students with a hands-on approach to learning about materials, tools, machines, and processes used in various industries and occupations. The student will learn and practice skills in a setting similar to the work place. Skills can be learned in automotive technology, auto body and welding, drafting, computer electronics, health occupations, and machining and wood technologies. Skills learned can be used in everyday life or as preparations for a job.

Course Descriptions:  See Program of Studies

Department Chair:  Tim Branham

Co-Curricular Activities: SkillsUSA