Metals Technology allows students to learn fundamentals of using hand and machine tools safely. Skills learned in the metalshop can be used throughout your life in serving your Lord, others and finding your God-given talents.  Expose yourself to arc(stick), wirefeed(MIG) and TIG welding, cutting with oxyfuels and a plasma cutter, along with applying your layout and micrometer use in making a hammer and screwdriver in using a lathe and mill, along with making a project out of sheet metal.  Some careers that involve these skills are welders and fabrication, machinists, maintenance and engineering.


Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men.  Colossians 3:23

Woods 2 & 3 builds off the skills learned in Woods 1 in dealing with Wood Technology. Students will continue to operate equipment safely in the design and completion of projects.  Semester 1 will involve the completion of a small cabinet or an octagon clock.  During Semester 2, students design and build a project of their choice given space and skills.  Some examples include cabinets, entertainment centers, tables, etc., and are only limited to the creativity of your blueprint reading skills.  The skills you learn in the woodshop are ones you can use throughout your life in serving your Lord, others and finding your God given talents. You can use them to do work on the home you live in, as a hobby or even a career in the construction, carpentry, engineering or woodworking industry.

Students will learn the fundamentals of hand and machine tool safety in regards to creating projects with wood. The skills learned in the woodshop can be used throughout life in serving your Lord, others and finding your God-given talents. Apply design and CAD skills to later work in the home, as a hobby or a career in the construction, carpentry, engineering or woodworking industries.  The overall project during the semester will be to design and build one of the following: game board table, sofa mate table, or keepsake box.