Physics of Alternative Energy (UC physics ‘d’ lab credit)
Chemistry of Alternative Energy (UC chemistry ‘d’ lab credit)
Aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards, this academically challenging two-year pathway focuses on renewable energy, conservation, and environmental stewardship. Students gain the knowledge and understanding of physics and chemistry through an applicable career focused lens.
Level 3: Anatomy & Physiology for BioSciences & Medical Health Careers
The Biotechnology pathway is laboratory based and aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards. The pathway introduces students to techniques employed by the biotechnology industry while also teaching and reinforcing the skills required to be a successful laboratory technician in any scientific field.
Level 1: Introduction to Woodworking (UC ‘g’ elective credit)
Level 2: Cabinetmaking
Level 3: Introduction to Construction (UC ‘g’ elective credit)
Design and build high quality structures in this three-year pathway. First, students are introduced to woodworking tools and techniques and the building and construction trades in which they are used. In the capstone course for the pathway students learn and apply construction technology skills through designing and building a tiny house.