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Career and Technical Education
(Applied Arts)

Department Chairperson for Grayslake North: Gina Schuyler, gschuyler@d127.org
Department Chairperson for Grayslake Central: Gina Schuyler, gschuyler@d127.org

Business Education

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

Senior

Social Media & Technology

Social Media & Technology

Social Media & Technology

Social Media & Technology

Web Development

Web Development

Web Development

Web Development

Mobile App Development (Honors)

Mobile App Development (Honors)

Mobile App Development (Honors)

Mobile App Development (Honors)

Business & Personal Law

Business & Personal Law

Business & Personal Law

Business & Personal Law

Sports & Entertainment Marketing

Sports & Entertainment Marketing

Sports & Entertainment Marketing

Sports & Entertainment Marketing

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Accounting 1A & 1B

Accounting 1A & 1B

Accounting 1A & 1B

Accounting 1A & 1B

 

*Personal Finance

*Personal Finance

*Personal Finance

 

*Career Education & Work Experience

*Career Education & Work Experience

  *Fulfills Consumer Education Requirement

Course Title

Prerequisite

Credit

Grade Offered

Social Media & Technology

None

0.5

9 – 12

Web Development (Blended at Central)

None

0.5

9 – 12

Mobile App Development Honors

None

1.0

9 – 12

Business and Personal Law 

None

0.5

9 – 12

Sports and Entertainment Marketing

None

0.5

9 – 12

Entrepreneurship (Blended at Central)

None

0.5

9 – 12

Accounting 1A

None

0.5

9 – 12

Accounting 1B

None

0.5

9 – 12

*Personal Finance

None

0.5

10 – 12

*Career Education & Work Experience

See Course Description

2.0

11 – 12

*Fulfills Consumer Education Requirement

Social Media & Technology

Credit: 0.5

This course is an introduction to using various electronic devices, tech tools, and social media used to enhance personal and academic practices in today’s world.  Through a digital portfolio and other projects, students will demonstrate their skills, as well as their understanding that high quality, personal digital footprints are essential in today’s rapidly changing technological society.  Students will gain an understanding in web tools, Google Apps, social media platforms, the “touch typing” method for speed and accuracy of data entry, file management, online personal safety, sources and copyrights, internet research, presentations, and computer ethics.  Juniors and Seniors who complete this course and earn a “B” or higher may be eligible for articulated college credit coursework at the College of Lake County. This class is aligned to both the Arts, Technology Communication Career Pathway and Information Technology Pathway .  

Prerequisite: None  

Grades offered:  9 – 12

Web Development

Credit: 0.5

(Blended at Central)

This is a one-semester course where students will have an introductory experience in website development and design.  Students will gain the knowledge and skills to plan, create, and publish interactive web pages. The project-based curriculum includes skills such as creation and manipulation of text, graphics, animations, movies, and page design through the use of HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Muse.  This class is aligned to both the  Arts, Technology Communication Career Pathway and Information Technology Pathway .  

Prerequisite:  None

Grades offered:  9 – 12

Mobile App Development

Honors

Credit: 1.0

This two-semester course is collaborative, lab based, and hands-on, with a focus on the development of applications for mobile devices. The class will work in teams, using professional software and processes to develop or redesign mobile apps. Students will be guided through the development of a variety of apps of growing complexity culminating in the development of a custom app of their own design. Prior computer programming experience is not necessary to successfully complete this course. This class is aligned to both the  Arts, Technology Communication Career Pathway and Information Technology Pathway .  

Prerequisite:  None

Grades offered:  9 – 12

Business and Personal Law 

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester course covers such topics as the development of our legal system, courts, constitutional law, criminal law, civil law, torts, laws for minors, contracts, and laws for consumers.  Students participate in mock trials. Guest speakers are used and actual law cases are studied. This class is aligned to Government, Law and Public Safety Career Pathways.

Prerequisite:  None

Grades offered:  9 – 12

Sports and Entertainment Marketing

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester course offers students an expanded view of marketing and how it applies to the exciting world of sports and entertainment.  Students will identify ways that sports and entertainment companies utilize marketing, learn how to measure the effectiveness of promotions/advertising, and create their own original marketing plan for a professional sports team and for an original theme restaurant.  This class will provide critical information for those interested in the following career paths: sports, entertainment and marketing fields, fashion marketing, advertising, public relations, as well as for any business major. This class is aligned to both the Marketing and Business Career Pathways.

Prerequisite:  None  

Grades offered:  9-12

Entrepreneurship (Blended at Central)

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester course will simulate the experience of forming an entrepreneurial business venture, “Shark Tank” style. Interested in starting and running your own business? Are you planning on majoring in business administration, management, finance, accounting, marketing, personnel relations, or other business-related fields? Students will explore the process of establishing and operating a small business by developing an original business and marketing plan that applies the ideas of cash flow, overhead, investment and risk, and marketing effectiveness.  Students will examine the practices of successful business operation through case studies, as well as real world research and development as it applies to their unique business venture, including the opportunity to share their ideas beyond the classroom. This class is aligned to both the Marketing and Business Career Pathways.

Prerequisite:  None   

Grades offered:  9-12

Personal Finance

Credit: 0.5

In this one-semester course, students will develop the skills, habits, and practices essential to becoming financially literate, independent, responsible citizens and consumers in today’s society. Students will demonstrate their skills and knowledge through a real life application project that will teach students how to navigate personal financial decisions in relation to earning and reporting income, buying goods and services, using credit, banking, protecting against risk, managing finances and budgeting.  This course meets the consumer education requirement for graduation. This class is aligned to both the Marketing and Business Career Pathways.

Fulfills Consumer Education Requirement

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost of $25.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Prerequisite: None     

Grades offered: 10-12

Accounting

1A & 1B

Credit: 0.5 

per semester

These two one-semester courses are designed to give students an introduction to accounting and provide an understanding of how financial decisions are made.  Students will assume the role of an accountant by completing a long term, hands-on business project. The computer is introduced as an effective accounting tool.  This class is excellent preparation for future business majors and those seeking to own their own business. The purchase of an online workbook is required for the course.  The course is divided into two one-semester segments to provide students with more opportunities to fit accounting into their existing schedules. Juniors and seniors who complete both sections of this course and earn a “B” or higher will be eligible for articulated college credit coursework at the College of Lake County. This class is aligned to  the Marketing ,Business and Finance Career Pathways.

Prerequisite:  None

Grades offered:  9-12

Career Education & Work Experience

Credit: 2.0

This two-semester, two-period cooperative education program is designed to provide students the skills needed to be both college AND career ready. Students are concurrently enrolled in a classroom portion and in an on-the-job work cooperative work experience. Classroom topics include: job search skills (resumes, networking, interviewing techniques), career exploration, essential employment  skills (decision making, problem solving, goal setting, interpersonal) as well as money management skills and consumer education topics. Students are released from school and receive credit for their internship or apprenticeship work experiences enabling them to apply the skills learned in class. They will work a minimum of fifteen hours per week and will receive two grades for the class, one for the classroom portion and one for their performance on the job site. Students must sign a contract agreeing to the parameters of the workplace portion of the class and must adhere to all workplace expectations to earn credit for it. This class is aligned to all Career Pathways.

Fulfills Consumer Education Requirement (2nd semester only)

Prerequisite: Age 16 with junior level standing.  Students are expected to have a job prior to the start of class. Student must provide his or her own transportation to work and meet criteria as stated in the student handbook for school parking permit.

Grades offered: 11-12 who are at least 16 years old with junior credit standing
 

Family and Consumer Sciences

 
 









 

 

Course Title

Prerequisite

Credit

Grade Offered

Culinary Arts I^

None

0.5

9 – 12

Culinary Arts  II **^

Yes

0.5

9 – 12

Bakery Foods **^

Yes

0.5

10 - 12

International Foods **^

Yes

0.5

10 - 12

Family Relations and Parenting

None

0.5

9 - 12

Early Childhood Studies

None

0.5

10 - 12

Early Childhood Practicum^

Yes

0.5

10 - 12

See course description for all prerequisites

 

Culinary Arts I

Credit: 0.5

In this one-semester, lab-based course, students will study the principles of nutrition, selection, preparation, and storage of food.  Skills in this class are learned through class discussions, lectures, demonstration and hands on application in the kitchen. Principles are applied to the preparation of foods related to each unit while demonstrating safety and sanitation through food handling, storing, and preparation while establishing team collaboration and time management.  Units of study include: essential culinary skills, fruits, eggs and dairy. This class is aligned to the Hospitality Career Pathway.

Course Fee: $12.50

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost of $2.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Prerequisite: None   

Grades offered: 9-12

Culinary Arts II

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester, lab-based course is a continuation of Culinary Arts I. Students develop skills through principles of nutrition, selection, preparation, and storage of food. Skills in this class are learned through class discussions, lectures, demonstration and hands on application in the kitchen. These principles are then applied in laboratory experiences while establishing team collaboration and time management skills. Units include: grains, soups, salads, casseroles, meat, and poultry.This class is aligned to the Hospitality Career Pathway.

Course Fee: $12.50

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost ranging from $5-$10.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Culinary Arts I. Prerequisite may be waived subject to teacher recommendation and student experience. 

Grades offered:  9-12

Bakery Foods

Credit 0.5

This one-semester, lab-based course develops preparation skills used in bakery foods such as breads, cake decorating, cookies, pies and candy. The final project for this class is the design and construction of a gingerbread house using the skills learned in the previous units. Skills in this class are learned through class discussions, lectures, demonstration and hands on application in the kitchen. Career opportunities are also explored. This class is aligned to the Hospitality Career Pathway.

Course Fee: $12.50

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost ranging from $5-$10.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Culinary Arts I and II or teacher recommendation

Grades offered: 10-12

International Foods

Credit: 0.5

Take a trip around the world! In this one-semester, lab-based course, students will learn about cultural, societal and psychological influences on food selections from a multitude of countries studied, including: United States, Mexico, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Canada, Greece, China and Japan. Students will actively participate in labs as they discover the importance of the different types of ingredients that are used in regional cooking. The final project for this course includes a mystery basket cook off competition.This class is aligned to the Hospitality Career Pathway.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Culinary Arts I and II teacher recommendation

Grades offered: 10-12

Family Relations and Parenting

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester course is designed to expose students to the satisfactions, stresses, and responsibilities of the choices they make. The curriculum highlights social and emotional development of teens as they explore a variety of topics designed to help meet the needs of the challenges of life in a changing society. Students will gain and enhance understanding of self, increase awareness of others, develop healthy relationships, and heighten responsible decision making skills. Hands on activities may include the “Baby Think It Over Project,” Empathy Belly activity, baby care stations, as well as authentic and personalized applications to other learning experiences. This class is aligned to both the Human Services and Health Sciences Career Pathways.

Prerequisite: None   

Grades offered:  9-12

Early Childhood Studies

Credit: 0.5

In this one-semester course, students will explore the world of the developing child by examining the physical, emotional, intellectual, social and moral development of children from birth to middle childhood. Students will learn the importance of working with young children, social and economic changes, as well as the careers, education and responsibilities of a teacher in a format useful to anyone who currently works with children or would like to work with them in the future.  This course is the prerequisite for the Early Childhood Practicum Class. Topics of study include: overall development, current issues affecting children, guidance and planning stimulating activities. This class is aligned to both the Human Services / Teaching or Social Work Career Pathways.

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost ranging from $8-$10.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Prerequisite: None   

Grades offered: 10-12

Early Childhood Practicum

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester course offers students the opportunity to intern in a school setting with elementary students at one of our local elementary schools 2-3 days a week. Students will get to help prepare and teach lessons, observe children and assess individual children’s developmental progress. This course provides a valuable opportunity for students to explore their interests in education or other fields related to working with children. Students will learn how to handle children’s daily routines and how to create an elementary curriculum, as well as explore art and sensory experiences, storytelling, manuscript writing, music and movement, math, science and dramatic play.  It is important that a student maintains a consistent and regular attendance record for success in this course. This class is aligned to both the Human Services / Teaching or Social Work Career Pathways.

Course Fee: $12.50

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost ranging from $8-$10.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Early Childhood Studies and/or Teacher Recommendation. Consideration will be given to attendance records when making recommendations.

Grades offered: 10-12

Technical Education

 

 

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

Senior

Exploring Technology

Trade and Industry

Exploring Technology

Trade and Industry

Exploring Technology

Trade and Industry

Exploring Technology

Trade and Industry

Exploring Technology

Communication and Design

Exploring Technology

Communication and Design

Exploring Technology

Communication and Design

Exploring Technology

Communication and Design

3-D Modeling and Design

3-D Modeling and Design

3-D Modeling and Design

3-D Modeling and Design

PLTW ® Introduction to Engineering and Design (Honors)

PLTW ® Introduction to Engineering and Design (Honors)

PLTW ® Introduction to Engineering and Design (Honors)

PLTW ® Introduction to Engineering and Design (Honors)

 

PLTW ® Principles of Engineering (Honors)

PLTW ® Principles of Engineering (Honors)

PLTW ® Principles of Engineering (Honors)

 

PLTW ® Civil Engineering and Architecture (Honors)

PLTW ® Civil Engineering and Architecture (Honors)

PLTW ® Civil Engineering and Architecture (Honors)

 
 

PLTW ® Engineering Design and Development (Honors)

PLTW ® Engineering Design and Development (Honors)

Small Engines

Small Engines

Small Engines

Small Engines

Woodworking 1

Woodworking 1

Woodworking 1

Woodworking 1

Woodworking 2

Woodworking 2

Woodworking 2

Woodworking 2

Metalworking 1

Metalworking 1

Metalworking 1

Metalworking 1

Metalworking 2

Metalworking 2

Metalworking 2

Metalworking 2

 

Course Title

Prerequisite

Credit

Grade Offered

Exploring Technology: Trade and Industry*

None

0.5

9 - 12

Exploring Technology: Communication and Design*

None

0.5

9 - 12

Small Engines

None

0.5

9 - 12

Woodworking 1* ×

None

0.5

9 - 12

Woodworking 2* ×

Yes

0.5

9 - 12

Metalworking 1* ×

None

0.5

9 - 12

Metalworking 2* ×

Yes

0.5

9 - 12

3D Modeling and Design

None

0.5

9 - 12

Project Lead the Way ®: Introduction to Engineering Design Honors (IED)*

Yes

1.0 

9 - 12

Project Lead the Way®: Principles of Engineering Honors (POE)*

Yes

1.0

10-12

Project Lead the Way®: Civil Engineering and Architecture Honors (CEA)*

Yes

1.0

11-12

Project Lead the Way®: Engineering and Design Honors (EDD)*

Yes

1.0

11-12

See course description for all prerequisites*Indicates course fee. ×Additional project fees probable and will depend on student project choices.

 

 

 

Exploring Technology:

Trade and Industry

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester hands-on course offers students an overview of engineering design and production concepts in a project based environment.  Students will apply mathematics and physics principles to their own working models to solve class competition based problems. Engineering concepts include conventional sketching and computer drafting and part design as well as calculated prototype part fabrication.  Students will utilize industry standard three-dimensional design software to produce various parts, models and assemblies.  Students will analyze part accuracy including fit and strength utilizing computer software before producing actual parts.  This course is designed to give students exposure into the industrial design and engineering fields.  This class is aligned to the Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite: None   

Grades offered:  9-12

Career Related Fields:  Engineering, Industrial Design, Architecture, Construction, Machining, Technical Drafting

Exploring Technology: Communication and Design

Credit: 0.5

In this one-semester course, students will engage in a variety of learning activities that focus on Graphic Communications and Marketing Print Media.  This course will allow students to make connections to traditional paper and pencil materials as well as digital art content areas, utilizing the Adobe Creative Suite, industry standard computer software, to produce graphic artwork.  Students will have an opportunity to produce numerous projects some of which include; single color screen printed t-shirt, a thermal printed shirt, and contour cut decals. This class is aligned to the Arts, Marketing, Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite: None   

Grades offered:  9-12

Career Related Fields:  Product Marketing, Graphic Designers, Printer, Team Apparel Agent

Small Engines

Credit: 0.5

This widely hands-on, one-semester course focuses on the function and theory of gasoline powered engines, which are the primary method of producing power in large and small transportation, landscaping, and construction machinery. Students will learn the basics of the engine systems and their functions, as well diagnose performance issues.  This class is aligned to the Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing, Transportation and Engineering Career Pathways.

Prerequisite: None    

Grades offered: 9-12

Career Related Fields:  Engine Technician, Auto Mechanics, Manufacturing, Machining

3D Modeling & Design

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester class provides students with the basic knowledge and skills needed in modeling and design fields. 3D modeling is the new standard in technical drawing and animation. Using industry standard software and specialty equipment, such as 3D Printers, students will explore many areas of design, assembly, and rendering in multiple fields, ranging from architecture and engineering to animation and design. This class is aligned to the Arts, Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Prerequisite:  None

Grades offered:  9-12

Career Related Fields:  Engineering, Industrial Design, Automotive Design, Architecture, Construction, Tool and Die Manufacturing, Machining

Woodworking 1 

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester introductory course teaches basic woodworking skills used in industry today. Some of these skills include reading plans, budgeting time, cost, and materials, wood identification and material selection, along with the proper and safe use of numerous hand and power tools.  Using a variety of woodworking tools, students select and build projects suitable to their own skill set and timetable allotted in a one semester course. Some of these projects many include; a laser routed, laminated clipboard, mantle clock, end table, keepsake box, etc. This class is aligned to the Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost ranging from $25-$60 depending on the project the student selects.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite: None   

Grades offered: 9-12

Career Related Fields:  Woodworker, Craftsman, Furniture Maker, Carpenter

Woodworking 2 

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester course teaches advanced woodworking skills used in industry  

today. Beyond the traditional tools found in a workshop, a computer controlled laser router is used to enhance and add to the students’ experience in woodworking.  Within this offering all of the power machinery found in the lab is revisited and made available 

for student use, along with the proper and safe use of numerous hand tools.  Using 

a variety of woodworking tools, students select and build more elaborate                 

woodworking projects.  Popular projects include; electric guitars, acoustic ukuleles, 

trunks and chests and hallway tables. This class is aligned to the Architecture, 

Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost ranging from $60-$150 depending on the          

project the student selects.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the 

student and may be kept.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite:  Successful completion of Woodworking 1

Grades offered: 9-12

Career Related Fields:  Woodworker, Craftsman, Furniture Maker, Carpenter, Luthier

Metalworking 1 

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester course focuses on core skills in the areas of machining, sheet metal and wrought iron forming, and welding.  Students will have extensive lab activities in each of the three areas. Students will have opportunities to operate a CNC plasma cutter to produce sheet metal parts.  After completing the core of required activities, students will create multiple projects using the skills developed in the course. These may include; tool boxes, charcoal chimneys and garden ornaments. This class is aligned to the Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost ranging from $60-$150 depending on the project the student selects.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite:  None   

Grades offered: 9-12

Career Related Fields:  Machinist, Tool and Die, Engineer, Welder, Custom Part Fabrication, CNC Tool Operator 

Metalworking 2 

Credit: 0.5

This one-semester course focuses on building and refining core skills in the areas of machining, and welding developed in Metalworking 1.  The focus of the training changes from that of pure skill acquisition to one of problem solving and research. Students will have opportunities to operate a CNC plasma cutter to produce production and custom parts.   Students have an opportunity to utilize skills in design and teamwork to produce large projects to service the needs of the community. These may include, park benches, decorative trash can housings, garden and lawn ornaments.  This class is aligned to the Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Ancillary Fees: There is an approximate cost ranging from $60-$150 depending on the project the student selects.  In all cases the items purchased are the property of the student and may be kept.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite:   Successful completion of Metalworking 1

Grades offered: 9-12

Career Related Fields:  Machinist, Tool and Die, Engineer, Welder, Custom Part Fabrication, CNC Tool Operator

Project Lead the Way®:

Introduction to Engineering and Design - Honors

Credit: 1.0

This two-semester course teaches problem-solving skills and product analysis through the design and development process. So, do you have what it takes to design the next big thing?  Do you enjoy solving problems, inventing new products, or discovering ways to improve everyday life?  Technical drawings, models, and prototypes are created, analyzed, and communicated using industry standard equipment and software. Introduction to Engineering Design is intended to serve as a foundation course within the Project Lead the Way® course sequence.  Students are expected to take the college credit examination as part of this course. This class is aligned to the Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of Algebra

Grades offered:  9-12

Career Related Fields:  Engineering, Architecture, Industrial Design, Science, Math

Project Lead the Way®:

Principles of Engineering

- Honors

Credit: 1.0

This two-semester course is a continuation of the Project Lead the Way® sequence.  It introduces students to major concepts that they will encounter in a postsecondary engineering course of study. Topics include mechanisms, energy, statics, materials and kinematics. They develop problem-solving skills and apply their knowledge of research and design to create solutions to various challenges, document their work and communicate solutions. Students are expected to take the college credit examination as part of this course. This class is aligned to the Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite(s) PLTW: Introduction to Engineering Design or concurrent enrollment in Physics or teacher recommendation. 

Grades offered:  10-12

Career Related Fields:  Engineering, Architecture, Industrial Design, Science, Math

Project Lead the Way®:

Civil Engineering and Architecture

- Honors

Credit: 1.0

In this two-semester course, students will learn important aspects of architecture, building construction, site design, and structural development. They will apply math, science, history, and standard engineering practices to design both residential and commercial projects and they will document their work using 3-D architectural design software. They will work in teams to design and develop original solutions to a valid open-ended design problems by applying the engineering design process. The students will demonstrate, share, present, and defend their solutions as an authentic part of the design process. Students are expected to take the college credit examination as part of this course. This class is aligned to the Architecture, Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite(s): Completion of Algebra.

Grades offered: 10-12

Career Related Fields:  Engineering, Architecture, Industrial Design, Science, Math

Project Lead the Way®:

Engineering Design and Development

- Honors

Credit: 1.0

In this capstone two-semester course, students work in teams to design and develop an original solution to a valid, open-ended technical problem by applying the engineering design process. Students perform research to choose, validate, and justify a technical problem. After carefully defining the problem, teams design, build, and test their solutions with the potential of working closely with industry professionals who provide mentoring opportunities. Finally, student teams present and defend their original solution to an outside panel. This class is aligned to the  Manufacturing and Engineering Career Pathways.

Course Fee: $12.50

Prerequisite(s): Completion of Principles of Engineering and/or teacher recommendation.

Grades offered: 11-12

Career Related Fields:  Engineering, Architecture, Industrial Design, Science, Math

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