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Manufacturing

Would you like to be able to take a block of steel and mill it into a shiny, useful automobile, aircraft or spacecraft part or make a BattleBot and take it into competition? While many people still picture dirty, dusty factories when they think of manufacturing, the reality couldn’t be further from the truth. Manufacturing is actually on the cutting edge of today’s newest technologies and innovations, with a huge range of job opportunities and types of workspaces available. In school, the hard work involved in writing exams and college essays results in grades and certificates. However, in the manufacturing industry, you create tangible products like food, drugs, equipment. These products are items used often by you and other people.
Knowing that what is produced will help people may be the motivating factor you need to believe your life has a purpose. Manufacturing is essentially creation and can take you as far as your imagination allows!


7th Grade - Design & Modeling
9th Grade - Intro to STEM Careers & Technologies
10th Grade -  Intro to Engineering, Architecture & Design, Intro to Manufacturing & Construction Technology
11th Grade - Manufacturing Technology
12th Grade - Advanced Manufacturing

Program Highlights

• Students learn the fundamental principles and practices of cutting, drilling and grinding using modern machine tools, hand tools and precision measuring instruments 

• Students produce products on a Computer/Numerical Controlled (CNC) mill 

• Students learn about robotics and automation 

• Students are members of SkillsUSA, a national student youth group/organization. SkillsUSA allows students to participate in competitive events, fund-raisers, community service projects and social chapter activities. 

• Students have the opportunity to intern during their senior year in a (potentially paid) manufacturing-related profession by participating in the Global Internship Experience 

Industry Recognized Credentials

• OSHA - Occupational Safety & Health Administration (12 points) 
• NIMS - National Institute for Metalworking Standards (1 point) 

State Approved Courses

• Manufacturing Operations 
• Machine Tools 
• Computer Integrated Manufacturing 
• Computer Numerical Control Technology with Industrial Mills & Lathes

Cost Free College Credit Opportunities

Career Technical Assurance Guides (CTAGS) allow students, who demonstrate proficiency in career tech courses in approved secondary programs, to receive college credit at any Ohio public university 

• CTMET004-Manufacturing Operations 
• CTMET005-CADD 
• CTEMET006-CNC Programming/ Machining 
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