Precision Metalworking

Precision Metalworking teaches students how to cut materials to bring it to the desired shape and dimensions. Students transform metal into intricate parts including sprockets, gears, pistons, tools, wheels, and molds.  These components are the building blocks of cars, bikes, and every conceivable manufactured good.

Wood Design and Technology

Wood Design and Technology teaches a modern approach to woodworking. Students are trained to be safe and efficient machine operators, production workers, finishers, and technicians with emphasis on quality and professionalism.

Advertising Art & Design

The Advertising Art and Design program emphasizes your creative growth through instruction in art principles, as well as technology skills through computer-based projects.

Automotive Technology

The Automotive Technology teaches the necessary skills to maintain, diagnose and repair the advanced systems on modern automobiles. Students use hand tools and power tools, as well as state-of-the-art equipment including electronic engine analyzers, oscilloscopes, scan tools and internet-based information systems.


Carpentry students learn all aspects of residential and light commercial construction through classroom theory and practical shop instruction and projects including floor, wall and roof framing, exterior and interior finish, and more.

Collision Repair Technology

Collision Repair Technology includes theoretical study and practical application in skills including major and minor collision repair, MIG welding, base-clear, and tri-coat refinishing, color matching and blending, SMC and urethane plastic repair, glass service, and supplement restraint systems.

Computer Networking Technology

Computer and Networking Technology teaches entry-level IT including computer repair, network devices, design, and administration, cabling, and working with a variety of hardware including desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.


The Cosmetology program combines fashion with business. You’ll learn the skills required to become a licensed cosmetologist including hair, skin, and nail care as well as hands-on salon management skills critical to managing or running a business.

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice teaches entry-level skills and knowledge required for employment in careers including police officer, security officer, correctional officer, 911 dispatcher, store security and military police.

Culinary Arts

The Culinary Arts Program provides training for employment in the food service industry. Students learn restaurant operations, food preparation, safety, sanitation, equipment maintenance, menu planning, cooking, baking, and more.

Dental Health Technology

Dental Health Technology prepares students for a career as a dental assistant. Students learn patient preparation, instrument sterilization, infection control procedures, material preparation, making impressions, and more!

Diesel and Truck Technology

Diesel and Truck Technology teaches repair and maintenance of diesel engines that power trucks, buses, ships, trains, electric generators, and construction machinery.  Students learn disassembly of diesel engines, clutches, brakes (hydraulic and air brakes), electrical systems and electronic troubleshooting, and more.

Electrical Systems Technology

Electrical Systems Technology students gain hands-on experience in a safe, supervised environment. The program emphasizes skills used in residential, commercial, and industrial installation, design and repair.

Electronics Technology

Electronics Technology starts with the fundamental laws of electricity and applies them through study and fun, hands-on laboratory experimentation. Build computers, robots, and your very own electronic circuits!

Health Professions

Health Professions teaches the duties of a Nurse Aide. Students learn anatomy and physiology, Medical Abbreviations, Medical Terminology, Infection Control and Safety, Basic Nursing, Medical Assistant and Receptionist Skills, CPR/First Aid, and will practice their skills at local care facilities during “clinical” training.

HVAC & Plumbing Technology

HVAC & Plumbing Technology teaches basic system design, installation, and servicing of modern HVAC (Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems. We emphasize residential and commercial installation and repair jobs.  Additional training within this trade area is available in green technology learning about solar and geothermal energy.


Build your future brick-by-brick! Masonry students learn the skills required to join the workforce, or to continue their education. You’ll learn to work with all of the materials of the masonry trade including brick, block, concrete, stone, and tile.


The Welding Program provides hands-on training in all welding positions and the theoretical backgrounds required for an entry-level position in the field. The Welding program offers the opportunity to earn numerous industry certifications that increase employability.