The Technology Education program provides students with unique experiences which further the discovery and development of each student’s career potential, technical ability, judgment, self-reliance and consumerism in our industrial technological society. In addition, the program provides training for various entry-level occupations through the Cooperative Work Experience Program or post secondary education in the trade areas of computerized manufacturing, woodworking, electricity/electronics, automotive mechanics, computerized drafting, computer graphics, and desktop publishing. Two computer labs are available for students in computer graphics and computer manufacturing technology.
A Tech Prep program in Media Communications is offered, in which students are eligible to earn thirteen credits at Manchester Community College. Equipment is funded through the Carl Perkins Vocational Education Grant.
|Technology Education || Credits|
|World of Technology||½|
|Drafting I, Computer Aided/CAD ||½|
|Computer Graphics I||½|
|Computer Aided Drafting II||1|
|Computer Graphics II||1|