Business/Technology Curriculum

Business/Technology Education programs concentrate on career and technical areas encompassing preparation for life skills, pre-career fundamentals and further education. These programs also integrate employability skills with work-oriented tasks.

Business/Technology Education provides:

  • preparation for life skills related to business at all levels of education
  • pre-career skills through a variety of settings
  • business occupational preparation for learners entering the work force
  • courses/outcomes meeting high school graduation requirements
  • courses/outcomes recognized as appropriate for college prep and tech prep learners
  • technology literacy preparation
  • leadership experiences through activities such as DECA club


Lifelong Skills Developed:

  • Capable information technology users and producers
  • Information seekers, analyzers and evaluators
  • Problem solvers and decision makers
  • Creative and effective users of productivity tools
  • Responsible, informed and contributing citizens
  • Knowledgeable and appreciative of business ethics
  • Aware of the importance of interpersonal skills in diverse societies
  • Aware of a broad understanding of skills and knowledge that can transfer between and among industries
  • Realistic in their understanding of work
  • Productive citizens in a global society

Business/Technology Students Are:

  • Technology users
  • Quality producers
  • Self-directed learners
  • Collaborative contributors
  • Effective communicators

High School Courses:

  • Accounting/Finance
  • Architectural Drawing
  • Business Law
  • Business Technology
  • Computer Aided Drafting
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Engineering Problem Solving
  • Interior Design
  • Marketing
  • Principles of Technology
  • Programming
  • Video Production
  • Work Experience
  • Web Design




Middle School Courses:

  • Business and the Internet
  • Computer Applications
  • Drafting
  • Technology Design
  • Technology Education
  • Web Publishing