Engineering and Architecture Career Pathway

Do you like to design and problem solve? There will be many careers in the future for both engineers and architects. If you are interested in this career path, check out the classes, photos, and videos below demonstrating career and work based learning offered through the Career & College Readiness Department.
For more information on signing up for the classes, please see your Career & College Readiness Specialist at your school listed here. You may also enroll in the classes with your Counselor or Career Coach. 
Aerospace Engineering Career Pathway
West Ranch High School
Instructor Mrs. Brosche
In the photographs and videos are are seeing the Principles of Engineering (POE) class.  It is the second year class in a four-year Aerospace Engineering Pathway offered at West Ranch High School through the Career and College Readiness Department.
The Engineering Pathway is offered at 5 Hart District High Schools through the Career and College Readiness Department.  West Ranch and Saugus High School are in the second year of the program. Hart, Valencia and Canyon High School are in their first year of the program. 
Engineering Career Pathway
Hart High School
Instructor Mrs. Carr 
Manufacturing and Design Career Pathway
Saugus High School
Instructor Mr. Mataya 
Students in the photographs are doing precision work on the CNC mill. They're prepping the surface of a raw cut block of hard wax and will next be using the mill to machine their initials. This process of creating initialing requires them to write code for the mill.
In the Computer Integrated Manufacturing class, students discover and explore manufacturing processes, product design, robotics, and automation, and then they apply what they have learned to design solutions for real-world manufacturing problems.
Manufacturing and Design Career Pathway
Saugus High School
Instructor Mr. Kosek
Saugus students in Intro to Engineering class are building a da Vinci Bridge .... No nails, screws, rope, glues, notches, or other fasteners are holding the bridge in place… just friction and gravity.