CTE classrooms are not your traditional classroom setting. Students are engaged in collaborative discussions and projects, working with equipment and tools, and spend a lot of time out of their seats.
"Obtain Life Skills by taking a CTE class at Marina."
Dr. Robert Rasmussen
Basic theory & industry standard lab applications of the automobile. Various systems: tires, brake suspension, lubrication, cooling, electrical fuel, emissions, drive trains, engines, electrical systems, electrical diagnostics, smog control.
Building skills for wood & residential/commercial trades. Carpentry, wood-working, machine use, tool operation, electrical, plumbing, masonry & house construction trades. Hands on activities like blueprint reading, basic plumbing, glass, tile, flooring, drywall, carpentry, roofing repairs, & even a mock house build.
Video Game Design
The most important computer programs will be taught like C, JAVA, Maya, & Unity 3D. Maker by doing projects. College credit is available.
Acceptable social practices in food serving, preparation & nutrition, safety, sanitation, measuring techniques, meal planning, knife skills by applying knowledge through cooking. Preparing stocks, sauces, pastries, and cultural foods.
Create and operate a virtual business, determine the nature of the enterprise and its products, services and management structure. Current business software will be taught like Adobe Creative Cloud, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro, After Effects, as well as Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.
Develop and apply skills used in industry such as learning how to draw croqui’s, floor plans, and perspective drawing. Elements and Principles of design will be used with all projects and a large emphasis on multimedia use to complete projects. Presentations, hands-on projects and major portfolio will be emphasized.
Develop and apply skills used in industry such as learning how to floor plan draw and perspectives. Elements and Principles of design will be learned and used with all projects and a large emphasis on multimedia use to complete projects. Computer programs such as Sketch Up are utilized. Presentations, hands-on projects and major portfolio will be emphasized.
Basic tool & safety instructions. A variety of welding such as ARC, MIG, TIG, OXY casting & forging. Their appropriate industrial uses. Career education, research, union welding & certification is covered.