Consumer Science/Industrial Arts

Life Skills/Foods

Students will be exposed to a variety of projects and experiences that will increase their understanding and skill level in the area of basic self-management. These experiences include: instruction in cooking, hand-sewing and laundry, with an emphasis on group cooperation and safety. This class is exploratory and is intended as a beginning pathway to the Foods and Clothing Design classes offered at Brea Olinda High School.

 
Basic Industrial Arts


Students build projects that introduce them to fundamental wood working skills. Emphasis is placed on hand tools, basic power tools, shop safety rules, and craftsmanship. The metalworking industry is also emphasized by the construction of projects in sheet metal and bar stock. 

Woodshop

 
Advanced Industrial Arts

Students continue to develop wood and metal working skills through the construction of advanced level projects. Students receive instruction and experience in the use of all power machines and tools in the shops. Safety, craftsmanship, and good design are emphasized.  This class is intended as a beginning pathway to the Building Industry Technology Academy (BITA) offered at Brea Olinda High School. (Prerequisite: Basic Industrial Arts with a "B" average or higher and no "N's" or "U's"). 
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