• Industrial Arts Courses

     
     
        INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

    (18 Weeks every other day) 0.5 Credit

    Grade 9 only

    72103 Ninth grade students will have the opportunity to explore the various areas of industrial technology. Emphasis will be placed on the safe handling of materials and equipment in the construction, engineering, manufacturing and production, and technical drawing and design. Advances in technology, careers and skills needed in the 21st century will be addressed. There is a $10 lab fee for this course.

     

    DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY LEVEL I

    (18 Weeks) 1.0 Credit

    Grades 10 through 12

    72224 This course will explore the area of digital photography and video using Canon Rebel T3i SLR cameras. Students will learn critical skills in the areas of digital photography, digital video editing/production, and printing. We will also address the careers and future skills needed to be successful in a career outside of school. There is a $10 lab fee for this course.

     

    DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY LEVEL I

    (18 Weeks every other day) 0.5 Credit

    Grades 10 through 12              

    72223 This course is a condensed version of the Digital Media Technology course and the Canon Rebel T3i’s. Students will learn critical skills in the areas of digital photography, digital video editing/production and printing.  We will also address the careers and future skills needed to be successful outside of school. There is $10 lab  fee for this course.

     

    DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY LEVEL II

    (18 Weeks every other day) 0.5 Credit

    Grades 10 through 12

    Prerequisite: 85% or above in Digital Media Technology Level I (.5/1.0) and instructor’s approval

    72225 Digital Media Technology Level II is an advanced study in the area of digital photography and video. We will build on our knowledge of the Canon Rebel T3i rebel’s and flash photography. Students will further their skills in completing advanced projects. There is a $10 lab fee for this course.

     

    MANUFACTURING/ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

    (18 Weeks) 1.0 Credit

    Grades 10through 12

    Prerequisite: 70% or above in Algebra I

    72131 Students will explore and develop the skills needed to be successful in a manufacturing environment. There is an emphasis on teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking and engineering of projects and the processes related to these areas.  Projects will focus on utilizing group mass production along with an individual project that explores skateboard design and production.  There is $10 lab fee for this course.

     

    TECHNICAL DRAWING

    (18 Weeks) 1.0 Credit

    Grades 9 through 12

    72012 Technical drawing is open to any student who wishes to be a drafter, an engineer, a designer, an architect, a tradesman or any other profession that requires knowledge of technical drawing, commonly thought of as drafting or mechanical drawing. Technical drawing will introduce students to creating basic plans and to visually communicate how an object is made or how the object functions.  The course is built on a logical sequence of topics that enables the student to gain the skills needed to complete technically oriented drawings. Students will learn basic hand drawing techniques and the basics of a CAD program.

     

    TECHNICAL DRAWING

    (18 Weeks every other day) 0.5 Credit

    Grades 9 through 12

    72013 This course is an abbreviated version of course 72012 for those students unable to schedule a full 18 weeks. As this is an abbreviated version topics will not be covered in as much depth and some more advanced topics will be excluded.

     
        ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING

    (18 Weeks) 1.0 Credit

    Grades 9 through 12

    Prerequisite: 80% in Technical Drawing (1.0 or .5 credit)

    72022 This course is a combination of drawing techniques, design and knowledge of construction materials. Through the study of these the student will design, and create a set of plans for a single family residence. This course is open to all students who completed at least 9 weeks of technical drawing and wish to be an architectural drafter, an architect, a building tradesman, a future homeowner, an interior designer or any professional that requires knowledge of architecture.  For the student serious about majoring in architecture in college. Architectural Drawing, Art Major I or Drawing are recommended to help students develop a creative portfolio which many colleges and universities require. 

     

    ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING

    (18 Weeks every other day) 0.5 Credit

    Grades 9 through 12

    Prerequisite: 80% in Technical Drawing (1.0 or .5 credit)

    72023 This course is an abbreviated version of course 72022 for those students unable to schedule a full credit.

     

    ENGINEERING DRAWING AND DESIGN

    (18 Weeks) 1.0 Credit

    Grades 10 through 12

    Prerequisite: 80% in Technical Drawing (1.0 or .5 credit)

    72032 The student will receive practical drawing experience from industrial-type drawing/engineering   problems.  The advanced drawing problems will better prepare technical or engineering oriented students to meet their post high school educational goals.  Students will explore parametric modeling via computer programs used in industry.  Student projects range from reverse engineering an object to designing and creating a CO2 dragster which they will race.   

     

    ENGINEERING DRAWING AND DESIGN

    (18 Weeks every other day) 0.5 Credit

    Grades 10 through 12

    Prerequisite: 80% in Technical Drawing (1.0 or .5 credit)

    72033 This course is an abbreviated version of course 72032 for those students unable to schedule a full credit. There is a $10.00 lab fee for this course. 

     

    ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II

    (18 Weeks) 1.0 Credit

    Grades 11 and 12

    Prerequisite: 80% in Architectural Drawing (1.0 or .5 credit) and instructor approval

    72024 This advanced course is for the serious drafting student who may be planning a career in one or more of the various architecture fields. This course builds on knowledge gained in Architectural Drawing. Students will gain knowledge of 3-D architectural programs and model construction while creating their own 3-D computer generated house and physical house model. Art Major I or Drawing are recommended to help students develop a creative portfolio which many colleges and universities require. There is a $10.00 lab fee for this course.

     

    COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING (C.A.D.)

    (18 Weeks) 1.0 Credit

    Grades 10 through 12

    Prerequisite: 80% in Technical Drawing (1.0 or .5 credit)

    72052 This course is open to all students who wish to explore the exciting world of computer aided drafting. Learn the skills necessary to use architectural and engineering based 3-D modeling programs to complete various drawings and projects.

     

    COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING (C.A.D.)

    (18 Weeks every other day) 0.5 Credit

    Grades 10 through 12

    Prerequisite:  80% in Technical Drawing (1.0 or .5 credit)

    72053 This course is an abbreviated version of course 72052 for those students unable to schedule a full 18 weeks.