Construction Trades

Train in the building, remodeling, maintenance, and repair of residential/commercial buildings and homes.

You and your classmates will actually construct a modular home as you learn about building, remodeling, maintaining and repairing public or private buildings and homes. You’ll acquire basic skills in carpentry, drywall installation, roofing, masonry, wiring, plumbing, and related skills such as safety, mathematics, blueprint reading and estimating. At graduation, jump directly into an entry-level job or continue your education as an apprentice. This program is accredited by the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER).

Other programs in Construction Technologies career field:


Students have the opportunity to acquire the following certifications:

  • OSHA 10-Hour Safety certification

Student Organization

What skills will I learn?

  • Measurement
  • Safety
  • Blueprint reading
  • Carpentry – floor, wall, ceiling, roof and stair buliding
  • Framing and estimating
  • Roofing
  • Drywall installation
  • Estimating concrete
  • Basic wiring connections
  • Basic plumbing

What types of equipment are used:

  • Power saws
  • Power drills
  • Sawzall
  • Saber saw
  • Transit
  • Jointer
  • Planer
  • Table saw
  • Radial arm saw
  • Power miter box
  • Laser level
Where do you want to go?

 Plumbing, Electrical, Roofer, Carpenter, Drywalling, Masonry, Construction Foreman, Building Inspector, Project Manager, Industrial Maintenance, School Maintenance, Building Manager

Construction Technologies Career Field


Year 1

4.0 elective OR 3.0 elective; 1.0 Algebra II/Trig 
(Students not taking academic option remain in program for instruction, earning 4.0 credits.) 

Year 2

4.0 elective OR 3.0 elective; 1.0 Algebra II/Trig
(Students not taking academic option remain in program for instruction, earning 4.0 credits.)



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