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Students in Desktop Publishing learn to apply the principles of Layout and Design

 

Graphic Communications Courses:

 

 

 

Desktop Publishing - Instruction in the software and techniques used by graphic designers.

 

Photography - Provides students with an understanding of the technical and aesthetic controls of black and white photography.

 

 

 

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Photography students explore the facinating world of black & white photography.
Architectural and Engineering Design Courses:

 

 

Industrial Design - Students research and design solutions to contemporary technological problems.

 

 

 

Architectural and Mechanical Drafting - Develop your skills of 3D modeling using computer aided drafting and design software (CADD).

 

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Develop your 3D Modeling Skills

Machine Shop  - This class provides in-depth instruction and experience in the operation and set-up of machine tools.

 

 

Project Lead the Way Courses (OPEN TO ALL SOUTH HIGH STUDENTS):

 

Note: Students who pass this set of yearlong classes are eligible for 3 college semester credits in engineering.

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Experience the power of working with metal!
For further information contact the Counseling Department.

 

 

 

Introduction to Engineering Design - This introductory course develops a student's problem solving skills, with emphasis placed on the concept of developing 3D rendering of an object.

 

 

 

Digital Electronics

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Create your own website using HTML
- A study of applied digital logic. Students study the application of electronic logic circuits and devices, and use Boolean logic to find solutions to problems.

 

 

 

Principles of Engineering - This course explores the use of math, science and manufacturing processes in problem solving.  Students will understand how social and/or political consequences of technological change affect the engineering design solution process.

 

 

 

Computer Integrated

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Computerized manufacturing technology.
Manufacturing - The fundamentals of computerized manufacturing technology.

 

 

Civil Engineering and Architecture -

 

Engineering Design and Development - Teams of students design and construct solution to an engineering problem by applying the principles learned in the previous PLTW courses.

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