Drafting and Design
The Drafting and Design Program offers two distinct strands designed to challenge students with laboratory and classroom based curriculum which promotes the use of critical thinking and computer technology skills. The content and activities in these programs include entrepreneurship, safety, and leadership skills.
In the Drafting courses of study, students employ the use of AutoCAD Computer Aided Design software for architectural, mechanical and 3D projects.
In the Communications Technology Strand, the study of the processes, uses, and technical skills found in visual technologies (both conventional and digital procedures), multimedia productions, computer animation and graphics, web page design, electronic media and other new and emerging technologies will be incorporated.
This program focuses on the understanding and demonstration of the technological tools, machines, instruments, materials, processes and systems in business and industry.
- Honor credit for Drafting and Design Levels 3 & above. Ability to earn Industry Certification ( AutoCAD, Revit, Inventor) from AutoDesk.
- Florida Gold Seal / Bright Futures Scholarship.
All students applying to these programs must meet the following eligibility criteria: 2.0 GPA