Programs

At Maplewood, students can select a program that speaks to their interests and passions while acquiring the skills needed for a high-demand career. Additionally, Maplewood offers students the opportunity to earn critical business and industry certifications, required licenses, and college credits.

The Animal Science program allows students to experience the reward of caring for animals while exploring the science of veterinary medicine, grooming, clinical procedures, terminology and disease prevention.

The Applied Engineering and Machining program allows students to invent, design, create, and build the high-tech precision parts and tools used worldwide in everyday products using the same CNC equipment and techniques as professional machinists.

In Auto Collision, students will learn how to refinish vehicle surfaces using modern welding, sanding, masking, painting and creative airbrushing procedures to create custom designs and paint jobs in a full-service auto body shop.

The Auto Service Technology program teaches students how to troubleshoot complex automotive systems on today’s cars and trucks using the same advanced diagnostic and repair equipment as master technicians.

The Carpentry program allows students to work with blueprints and professional power tools to design and construct buildings, including framing, roofing, cabinet making and interior/exterior finishings.

Students in the Cosmetology program learn how to operate a full-service salon, providing a wide-range of hair, nail and skincare services while preparing for the State Board of Cosmetology Licensure exam.

The Criminal Justice program allows students to evaluate crime scenes and accidents while employing investigative techniques, such as fingerprinting, surveillance, forensics and more.

The Culinary Arts program teaches students the intricacies of crafting gourmet foods and preparing specialty pastries through the experience of operating a full-service kitchen and restaurant on campus.

In Dental Assisting, students are the dentist’s second pair of hands by taking X-rays and digital images, preparing dental materials and instruments as well as constructing temporary crowns.

The Early Childhood Education program provides real work experience in a full-service preschool where students plan activities that enhance a child’s intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development.

In the Electricity program, students learn how to design, stage, and install electrical systems in a wide-range of residential and commercial structures.

Students in the Graphic Communications program learn how to express their artistic side through the creation of illustrations, drawings, logos and typography, while exploring the use of video, photography and print media.

In the Hospitality Service Careers program, students build life skills needed for rewarding employment and independent living in an ever-expanding service industry.

The Information Technology program prepares students to enter the computer technology field. Students study multiple coding languages, acquire troubleshooting computer hardware and software skills, and build computer networks.

Students in the Marketing and Management program learn how to capture the imagination of customers through the design of strategic advertising campaigns and the utilization of business models and financial tools to function as a professional in a business environment.

In the Masonry program, students work with their hands to build prominent structures including fireplaces and arches as well as a wide variety of brick and block patterns.

The Mechanical, Groundskeeping and Construction program allows students to learn the basics of the craft while operating a wide range of landscape equipment.

In the Medical Assisting program, students experience hands-on medical/lab procedures while studying terminology, anatomy and more. They also develop health care skills and quality patient care that are in high demand in today’s medical field.

The Option 4 program is a school-to-work course designed to provide entry level job opportunities to students who require on-the-job support, such as one-on-one training and job coaching.

The Power Equipment Mechanics program teaches students how to troubleshoot, repair and overhaul single and multi-cylinder engines, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, farm tractors, as well as heavy construction equipment.

In Robotics and Computer Technology, students learn how experts build and troubleshoot electronic, analog, digital, computer and industrial control systems using the same equipment as electronics and information technology specialists.

The Welding program teaches students to control fire and electricity to design, construct and dismantle a wide range of metal products using the same advanced welding and fabrication materials as professional welders.