Technology Education

  • The Technology Education Curriculum is an elective course curriculum, that provides all levels of student learners in grades 9 through 12 with courses that target 21st-century technology initiatives and implements a high degree of STEM/STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) components, as they relate to state and national SAS (state assessment standards).

    Students have the opportunity to engage in courses that provide enrichment into the principles of: Engineering & Design, Architectural Design, Energy, Power & Transportation, Engineering Systems (electronic, mechanical systems, robotics, manufacturing), Digital Media & Photography and Manufacturing Technologies.

    Students have the advantages of implementing the latest technology tools into these courses, such as advanced CAD (computer-aided design software), 3D printing, CNC/CAM software, EV3 Robotics, etc.  All of these courses have a direct or indirect collaborative connection with relative core subjects and also help students start to develop a pathway to planning for higher education and careers.