Career and Technology Education



Mechanical Drafting I

A drafting course used as a basis for the more advanced courses that follow. Topics include; lettering, line technique, sketching, geometric construction, equipment usage, three views, isometric and obliques, sectionals, auxiliaries, and threads. Note: This course is recommended for machine tool, carpentry, electronics, and automotive technology students.

Mechanical Drafting II

This is a continuation of Mechanical Drafting I. Topics of study include: assembly drawings,part drawings, pattern drafting, developments, inking, and threads.


Architectural Drafting I

An architectural course designed to cover different aspects of house design. Drawing include; floor plans, footer detail, elevations, door and window schedule, kitchen detail, wall section, stairway detail, and two point perspective. Note: This course is recommended for building trades and masonry.

Architectural Drafting II

This is a continuation of Architectural Drafting I. Drawings include electrical, plumbing, fireplace, first floor framing, door sections, window section, two point front and rear, on point kitchen, plot plan, house model, roof framing and bathroom detail. Note: This course is recommended for building trades and masonry.

Auto CAD- M

This is a computer aided drafting course. It is designed to introduce the drafting students to the basics of AUTO CAD. Topics of study include, formatting disks, toolbar exploration, starting points, geometric shapes, creating drawings, dimensioning, print and plot, adding text and how to evaluate.

Drafting School- To- Careers

Drafting School to Careers (STC) is designed to continue the advanced student program by preparing them with job entry skills. The course expands on techniques already mastered, plus introduces new topics of study which includes; electronic schematics, cams and gears, advanced descriptive geometry, advanced CAD and airbrush. A student may earn up to 4 credits (135 hours of work based experience = 1 credit) per year.