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Choice Program(s)

Image of Academy of Engineering Technologies logo.Academy of Engineering Technologies (AOET)

  • Offers an engineering and technology program affiliated with the national pre-engineering program,
  • Project Lead the Way (PLTW)
  • Introduces students to the engineering and technology field through a vigorous four-year sequence of
    pre-engineering courses, combined with college preparatory mathematics and science courses
  • Allows students to apply mathematics and science skills to real-world problems and the opportunity to
    explore the broad field of engineering
  • Develops team building and problem solving skills through an interactive, hands-on, and project-based
  • Offers the opportunity to obtain up to 15 hours of college transcript engineering credit
  • Updates curriculum annually
  • Promotes a program which is evaluated at local, state, and national levels, operates in 45 states from
    New York to California, and is the lead (PLTW) pre-engineering program


Eligibility Requirements:
Min. 2.5 overall GPA and a min. of 3.0 GPA in academy courses
Faculty recommendations

Academy of Engineering Technologies


Image of Academy for Health Sciences logo.Academy of Health Sciences (AOHS)

  • Offers a biomedical sciences curriculum affiliated with the National Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Program
  • Enables students to enter post-secondary programs covering the entire range of health care professional
  • Promotes rigorous academics and intensive career planning
  • Requires clinical and/or mentoring experiences
  • Offers internship opportunities at Womack Army Medical Center and mentorships at health care facilities
    throughout the county
  • Encourages student membership in the career and technical student organization, Health Occupations
    Students of America (HOSA)
  • Offers possibilities for post-secondary scholarships


Eligibility Requirements:
2.5 overall GPA and a min. of 3.0 GPA in academy courses
Faculty recommendations

Academy of Health Science and Technology

Collision Repair Technology ProgramImage of Professional Development Program I-Car logo.

  • Opens Doors to an industry with consistent growth and numerous opportunities
  • Offers classes to get students ready for a career path in the Automotive Collision Repair Industry through a series of classes that include:
    • Intro to Collision Repair
    • Non-Structural Technician-ProLevel 1
    • Refinish Technician-ProLevel 1
  • Opportunities connected to this program include
    • Business (Management Positions)
    • Engineering (Designing cars requires understanding construction)
    • Estimating
  • This program allows students to develop Team building and problem solving skills through hands-on activities
  • Allows students to apply and build mathematics and science skills while solving real-world problems
  • Offers the opportunity to get college credit for these classes

Collision Repair Technology Program

Published by Tessa Moore on January 9, 2018
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