11th, 12th Grade – 2 Practical Art credits
Prerequisite: Carpentry 1 passed with an "80%" average or by teacher recommendation and must be able to read a tape measure within 1/16 of an inch. Students are responsible for the cost of proper work clothes, $25 shop fee and project fees (amount TBD).
This course gives students hands-on experience in framing, exterior and interior finish work, sheetrock installation and finish, leadership roles, and other areas of the construction field. The Carpentry 2 course is in partnership with Career Connections and the Carpenters’ Union. These partnerships provide students with a more fulfilling future plus the pride in and demand for their proven craftsmanship. The course curriculum follows the Career Connections guidelines, which are competency-based and includes written and performance evaluations. Students will have the opportunity to obtain OSHA 10 and Forklift certifications in this class as well.
Civil Engineering, Math Analysis and Trigonometry, and Business Courses are strongly recommended with this course. Must Pass OSHA Safety within first three weeks of the class, ineligible to be in shop until passed, and must have proof of current insurance and medical form on file.