Engineering Academy

Program Description
This two-year Career-Technical Education Academy combines academically competitive, college prep courses with hands-on technical studies. Students rotate through four technology areas: Computer Aided Design (CAD); electronics, robotics and programming; manufacturing processes; and polymers. College prep courses in English 11 and 12, Mathematics (Algebra II, Pre- Calculus, Calculus, A.P. Calculus AB) and Physics I and II are linked with the technology curriculum.
Various instructional approaches are used, including team teaching, work teams, self-directed studies, and project-based learning. University partners include Cleveland State University and The University of Akron. For more information visit

Advanced Manufacturing Center

Electronics, Robotics and Programming

3D Prototyping Lab

Instruction Video

Areas of Concentration
  • Principles of electronics, robotics and programming
  • Design and manufacturing processes
  • Computer-aided design
  • Lab testing procedures/standards
  • CP English, including:
    • Academic, technical writing and research
    • Communication/presentation skills
    • Literary studies
  • Math (based on previous courses)
    • Algebra II or Adv/Honors Algebra II
    • Pre-Calculus or Adv/Honors Pre-Calculus
    • Calculus or AP Calculus AB
  • Advanced/Honors Physics I and II
Professional Pathway
  • Engineering: Aeronautical, biomedical, computer, electrical, chemical, civil, mechanical
  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
  • Polymers
  • Specialty Engineering: Corrosion, Petroleum, Nuclear
  • Completion of Algebra I and Geometry
  • Completion of one college prep credit in science and English
  • Chemistry (before graduation)
  • Average G.P.A. of 2.75 for math, English, and science
  • “B” or better average in all math courses.
  • Average 95% attendance for three previous semesters
Higher Education Opportunities
  • College credits available. See page 37.
  • Associate’s degree
  • Bachelor’s degree

GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12 (Third  year option fo rthose accepted in grade 10)
LENGTH: Two years
SCHOOL: Roosevelt, Stow-Munroe Falls

  • Level I: AP, ADV or CP Math 1cr (5.0, 4.5, or 4.0); ADV Physics I 1cr (4.5); CP English 1cr (4.0); IA Engineering Tech. 1cr (5.0); IB Engineering Design 1cr (5.0)
  • Level II: AP, ADV or CP Math 1cr (5.0, 4.5, or 4.0); ADV Physics II 1cr (4.5); CP English 1cr (4.0) IIA Engineering Principles 1cr (5.0); IIB Engineering Electronics 1cr (5.0)

4.5 and 5.0=credit weighted on a 4.0 scale

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