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.


Design & Work on Your Own Projects

Carpentry is an ideal trade for a student who wants to work outdoors and earn high pay. Students learn the safe operation of hand and power tools, layout and framing, flooring systems, stair building, rafter assembly, cabinet making, and finishing preparation. Opportunities are provided for the students to design and work on their own projects. Advanced students will learn how to program and operate a Computerized Numerical Controlled (CNC) Router. Students build outside projects for the community.

Additional instruction will include blueprint reading, costs estimating, structural design, carpentry math, and building codes.


Mr. Ted Georger



Ext. 551203

NOTE: This is a high-school program. If you are looking for adult education, click here.

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