New CTE Courses for 2021-2022

Career and Technical Education (CTE)
New Courses for 2021-2022


 

Animal Science II – Small Animal

*This is a different course than the Animal Science II that is offered this school year so you can take both.

Prerequisite:  Animal Science I

The purpose of this class is to give students real-world, hands-on experience with Small Animals and Pets. Students will study small animal species such as Dogs, Cats, Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Rabbits, Hamsters, Gerbils, Rats, Mice, Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas. Students will learn the proper techniques to care for these species of animals. This class also provides opportunities for students to grow in their leadership ability, employability skills and college and career readiness.  

  • Careers in Small Animal Care
  • Small Animal Care Techniques
  • Small Animal Breeds
  • Anatomy of small animals
  • Small Animal Nutrition
  • Small Animal Management 

This course is also available for honors credit 


Game Art Design 

Prerequisite:  Digital Design and Animation I

This course introduces students to techniques used in the electronic game industry. Students will focus on the principles used in game design including mathematical and virtual modeling. Emphasis is placed on areas related to:

-Art and History -Ethics -Plot development and storyboarding -Programming -2D Visual theory and interactive play technologies

Students develop physical and virtual games using hands-on experience and a variety of software.
  


Sales & Merchandising II

Prerequisite: Sales I

This course teaches students the art of selling and will build on the content from the Sales I course. Students will further develop their personal brand and will continue to work on communication and customer service skills in addition to learning about pre- and post-sales activities. Students will use role plays to engage in the selling process and will learn to think on their feet. Project-based learning. 

This course is also available for honors credit 


Woodworking II

Prerequisite:  Woodworking I

The course teaches the development of knowledge and advanced skills in the woodworking and cabinetmaking industry. Emphasis is placed on advanced principles applied to the woodworking and cabinetmaking industry. Topics include:

  • advanced levels of the cabinet making industry
  • health and safety
  • design and layout
  • materials
  • hand tools
  • power tools
  • portable and stationary
  • preparation
  • construction and assembly
  • finishing