ENGINEERING & STEM
PLTW is a national organization that partners with schools to implement a curriculum that emphasizes hands on experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
The PLTW Pathway To Engineering Program is a sequence of courses that is designed to encompass all four years of high school. Foundation courses are supplemented by a number of electives to create rigorous, relevant, reality-based courses. Activities are hands-on and project-based. Students learn how to use the same industry-leading 3D design software that is currently in industry. They explore aerodynamics, astronautics and space life sciences. Students apply biological and engineering concepts related to biomechanics and robotics. They design, test, and actually construct circuits and devices such as smart phones and tablets, and work collaboratively on a culminating capstone project.
Earn college credit!
Students can also earn dual-enrollment college credit in selected classes:
Early Childhood Education
- Intro to Early Childhood Education
- Communication in Early Childhood and After School Workplace
- Infant and Toddler Development
- Fostering Creativity
- Medical Terminology
- Human Biology
- Intro to Lathes
- Intro to Milling & Grinding