The emphasis of this Carpentry program is house construction. Within our curriculum, we include other technological and peripheral areas of renewable wood technologies and related industries. The off-campus instruction aspect of the program is an extension of the main area of training that takes place in the school shop.
The four-year program is divided into five parts: Exploratory, Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors and is matched to today’s industry standards. The post graduate program is an accelerated two-year program, in which the students are in theory and the shop every day.
Career Acad Planning ICourse Numbers: 9633 (1.00)(C)
Career and Academic Planning I: In this course, students will continue to participate in a variety of experiences that will assist them in the development of personal, academic and career/vocational skills.
Career Acad Planning IICourse Numbers: 9643 (1.00)(C)
Career and Academic Planning II: In this course, students will continue to participate in a variety of experiences that will assist them in the development of personal, academic and career/vocational skills.
Career and Acad PlanningCourse Numbers: 9683 (0.50)(C)
Career and Academic Planning I Part I: In this course, students will continue to participate in a variety of experiences that will assist them in the development of personal, academic, and career/vocational skills.
Carpentry Skills 10Course Numbers: 11119 (4.00)(C)
Carpentry Skills 10, introduction to house building: In this course, students will build a base cabinet with door, drawer, and counter top. Students will also construct different types of doors with different types of stiles and rails; raised panel and fl
Carpentry Skills 11Course Numbers: 11120 (4.00)(C)
Carpentry Skills 11, Advanced house building: In this course students will take inventory on all material needed to build a full size shed. Students will build a shed that will include a deck, walls, rafters, windows and doors. The shed will also be trimm
Carpentry Skills 12Course Numbers: 11121 (4.00)(C)
Carpentry Skills 12, Residential home building in the community: In this course, students will build a turnkey residential home in the community. This will include all aspects from the foundation to installing of windows and doors. Students will also do a
Carpentry Skills 9Course Numbers: 11118 (1.50)(C)
Carpentry Skills 9, introduction to shop setting: In this course, students will be introduced to different types of hand tools used in carpentry, how to maintain them and Students will learn the procedure and operations of stationary power tools.
Prof Care for HA 10Course Numbers: 11156 (4.00)(C)
Professional Care for Health Assistant 10: In this course, students are introduced to direct patient care skills, physical and emotional needs of the patient, and the healthcare environment. Students will also be introduced to the importance of nutrition.
Cooperative Education and Internship Opportunities
All eligible students have the opportunity to participate in Cooperative Education and Internship experiences at a variety of approved learning sites across the city in their junior and/or senior year. While the requirements and specific opportunities vary from school to school, and program to program, the structured combination of classroom based education and practical work experience provides students with the skills necessary to comfortably navigate the world of work. Some of the internship and cooperative education opportunities students have experienced include the following partnership/s:
- CM Chartier Contracting
- MG Haffty Construction
- CORE Remodeling
- Staruk Building and Remodeling
- Gravel Construction
- GM Bergeron
- Salisbury Construction
- Cabinet Maker
- Finish Carpenter
- General Carpenter
- Furniture Maker