Haywood High students can prepare for a number of careers in Manufacturing and Information Technology through the Pathways set up in the Career & Technical Education area.Haywood High School
Electromechanical Technology is designed for students who wish to pursue careers related to industrial maintenance. The course content focuses on analytical understanding, troubleshooting, operation, and maintenance of electrical, instrumentation, and mechanical systems in typical manufacturing facilities.
The Coding program of study teaches you strong foundational skills in programming and database architecture, primarily through self-directed interactive computer modules which guide you through various levels of competency.
Welding is designed to prepare students for entry-level welder certification. Skills in basic shielded metal, gas metal, flux cored, and gas tungsten arc welding are developed over a series of three courses.
Machining Technology is designed to prepare students for careers such as machinist, computer-numerical-control (CNC) operator, and machine setter. It focuses on concepts and practices needed to be successful in a production environment supported by advanced machining and engineering facilities.