Prerequisite: Graphic Design 3Grade Level: 10-12Semesters: 1Credits: 0.5 Students will apply their skill sets from Graphic Design 3 relating to Adobe Photoshop. This capstone course is geared towards students in the Graphic Design sequence that want to focus upon advanced
Prerequisite: Graphic Design 3Grade Level: 10-12Semesters: 1Credits: 0.5 Students will apply their skill sets from Graphic Design 3 to design and create video animations and specialized visual effects using Adobe After Effects. This capstone course is geared towards students in
Department: Applied Technology Session 1 Grades 9-12 Prerequisite: None Students will be introduced to areas of graphic arts, career paths in graphic arts, the use of numerous software tools, and the use of digital cameras and scanners. The student will
Prerequisite: Woodworking 2 with a ‘C’ or better Grade Level: 11-12 Semesters: 2 Credits: 1 This course introduces students to the basic design and fabrication of residential cabinetry and custom furniture. The course also exposes students to the millwork industry.
Prerequisite: Woodworking 1 with a ‘C’ or better Grade Level: 10-12 Semesters: 2 Credits: 1 In this course, students will distinguish between various types of furniture construction and their appropriate applications, and how to use various woodworking machines for cutting
Prerequisite: None Grade Level: 9-12 Semesters: 1 Credits: 0.5 This course introduces students to the various kinds of woods used in industry and offers experiences in using selected woodworking tools. As students advance, they focus on learning the terminology necessary
Prerequisite: None Grade Level: 9-12 Semesters: 1 Credits: 0.5 Students explore the use of various wood finishes. Project work includes refinishing a piece of furniture brought in by the student. Class work involves a study of finishes and applications.
Prerequisite: None Grade Level: 10-12 Semesters: 1 Credits: 0.5 Students will gain knowledge and hands-on skills in welding and basic metal fabrication processes. Topics dealing with shop safety, metallurgy, arc and gas welding, reading technical materials, shop math, and other
Prerequisite: None Grade Level: 11-12 Semesters: 1 Credits: 0.5 Students will learn basic auto maintenance, automotive systems, and consumer information to acquaint them with the fundamentals of owning and maintaining an automobile. Not intended for students in the automotive sequence.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of CAD 2 Grade Level: 10-12 Semesters: 2 Credits: 1 Students will have the opportunity to learn engineering standards and advanced techniques through CAD and 3D modeling software. They will learn to visualize in three dimensions with