Our career paths incorporate the newest technology in the industry and promote Green Construction and environmentally friendly construction techniques in our curriculum and in the design of our new facilities. Our new CTE program provides sequenced articulated courses that provide rigor, relevance and relationship. The new Engineering and Construction Academy focuses on three career paths that are sequenced and integrated into the academic core curriculum in grades 7-12. The Wood Products and Cabinetry Career path focuses on the student that wants to start their career right out of high school in the building trades. The Mechanical Construction Pre-apprenticeship career path provides the student opportunities to pursue his/her education at the junior college. The Residential and Commercial Construction career path provides A-G rigorous college-prep coursework preparing our academy students for entrance into the UC system.
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The Cabinetmaking and Wood Products Pathway provides learning opportunities for students interested in preparing for careers in cabinet construction, millwork, and woodproducts and covers the construction of both custom and production products.
The Mechanical Construction Pathway provides learning opportunities for students interested in preparing for careers in mechanical construction (plumbing; electrical, heating, ventilation, air conditioning [HVAC]). The pathway includes instruction in the manner in which these systems work in structures.
The Residential and Commercial Construction Pathway provides learning opportunities for students interested in preparing for careers in construction (framing, plumbing, electrical, and so forth). The standards focus on the manner in which residential and commercial structures are built.