Programs and Services
We provide a unique offering of comprehensive programs, designed to provide a balance of educational and behavioral progress and achievement.
Career Training & Technology
The Career Technology Training Center provides individualized instruction based on a student’s unique skill set and their personal interests. Career programs include Automotive Technology, Computer Technology, Graphics Communications and Construction Methods.
Teachers offer hands-on training and provide pre-employment assessments to assist each student in securing a job. Additionally, we offer work study and school-to-work options including pre-vocational training and supervised job placements to prepare students for future employment.
Automotive Technology Program
This program introduces students to the field of automotive service and repair. Equipped with an All-Data System, the program teaches participating students to detect problems and repair most vehicles. A variety of teaching methods are used to enhance the learning process by reinforcing critical thinking and academic skills which prepare students for careers in automotive service and repair.
Computer Training & Graphics Communication Program
This program provides young men with the opportunity to work on both PCs and MACs and develop skills in everything from word processing and desktop publishing to graphic design and print production. Our students receive instruction in a variety of software applications, including PowerPoint, InDesign and PhotoShop, so they can develop a variety of publications.
Construction Methods Program
This program teaches young men the skill of construction and repair and enhances their math abilities. Students are able to participate in building projects that are focused on teaching framing, painting, drywall and finishing skills. Students have been able to build sheds, restore wood furniture and complete painting projects. Other program areas include electricity, HVAC (heating ventilation and air conditioning) and plumbing.
Through our school-to-work program, which is offered during the summer session to juniors and seniors, students can acquire practical experience to be successful in the construction field. Students who successfully complete the program are also eligible for advanced placement in the Associated Builders Contractors (ABC) Apprenticeship Training Program.