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  • Learn to think differently about the world around you.

  • Begin to see solutions and opportunities where others see problems.

  • Use a proven design workflow to move from rough idea to functional prototype to final build.

  • Create working prototypes from laser cut and  3-D printed parts and a myriad of materials.

  • Explore arduino circuits, robotics, and CNC machine techniques.  


Pre-Engineering introduces students to the language and methods used by engineers in industry. This course develops understanding of several disciplines of engineering (mechanical, electrical, and others) and allows students to experience projects that draw from several of these disciplines. Through a series of independent, partner and group projects, pre-engineering students will learn how to work as a research and development team to research, prototype and test solutions to real life problems. Students will also learn about the physical science and mathematical models engineers use to describe and explain interactions we see in our daily lives. Students may also have the opportunity to visit companies, colleges and universities to see first hand how technology is advancing in the state. Pre-engineering is a challenging course, designed to prepare students to think critically about the world, and what we need to do to move forward into the future.

Cocurricular Opportunities

  • SkillsUSA
    • Additive Manufacturing
    • Career Pathways Showcase — Industrial and Engineering Technology

Potential Careers

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Automotive Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Computer Engineer
  • Drafting and Design Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Geological Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer