Adult students may be admitted to vocational or technical programs taught primarily to high school students. This type of training is referred to as "Intergenerational." Adult enrollment is permitted yearly on a space available, tuition, basis. Full-time study consists of classes operating five hours daily, from 8:15 a.m. - 10:50 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. to 2:40 p.m., for 180 days during the school year. Half-time study is available by attending either the morning or afternoon session only.If accepted, adult students abide by the same schedule and school policies required of high school students. In addition to the technical course of study, students must also participate in a shop-related math course upon successful passing of the math placement exam. No student is except from the job readiness course. Students not completing these courses are not eligible to participate in the cooperative education (work experience) program.The co-op program is scheduled during the fourth quarter of study for full-time intergenerational students. This program gives students the opportunity to work (paid) in a job for which they are being trained. Partic8pation is granted to those students who have good attendance, above average grades, completed school requirements, and have their instructor's recommendation. Co-op is under the direct supervision of the school and counts toward graduation requirements.Upon satisfactory completion of all course and attendance requirements, students receive a diploma.
A follow-up survey conducted of students enrolled in the 2005-06 school year is available for review.
Automotive/ Diesel Technology
Cabinetmaking/ Finished Carpentry
Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology
Computer Programming/Oracle Academy
Computer Technology/Cisco Academy
Digital Printing Technologies
Electro Mechanical Engineering Technology
Interior Decorating & Finishing
Logistics & Materials Management
Multimedia & Web Design
Outdoor Power Equipment Technology
Visual Arts Technologies