Engineering and Envionmental Science Academy
Preparing the next generation to create a better future for the planet
|EES Juniors and seniors please take a look at the three CTE choices you have then take the survey and let us know which ones you want to take.
VIDEOS of EES CTE Electives:
For Digital Electronics (Robotics):
For Civil and Architectural Engineering:
For Aerospace Engineering:
EES CTE Course Survey
Learn to use the power of science and mathematics to improve the quality of life on earth. Our program is an affiliate of the National Academy Foundation’s ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING that features the rigorous Project Lead the Way (PLTW) pre-engineering curriculum. EESA and PLTW prepare students to succeed in whatever college or vocational program they choose to enter after high school. We work hard with all students to build a strong foundation in math, science, and communication skills. Students will participate in challenging, hands-on projects that will develop their ability to identify real-life problems, research and design innovative solutions, and evaluate their effectiveness.
Students will also explore a wide range of careers in the fields of engineering and environmental science. We seek students of all backgrounds and talents who have an interest in developing and using their skills to benefit the environment and mankind.
How about you?
The Engineering and Environmental Science Academy could lead to a career in which you:
· Design products, devices, and processes that improve your community and the world.
· Design energy-efficient buildings and garden projects.
Specialized elective classes are offered in the following areas:
· Introduction to Engineering Design
· Principles of Engineering
· Environmental Science 1 (dual enrollment with PCC)
· Building & Construction
Muir Solar Cup Team at JPL with JPL Director Dr. Elachi
EES Advisory Board honored Principal Sheryl Orange and outgoing Chair Erik Berg for their outstanding support of the EES Academy at the Board meeting on 5/24/12.
5/24/12 - 6 Outstanding EES Juniors were honored at a luncheon by the Advisory Board, represented by Chair Emily Nochez of Charles Pankow
Are you interested in:
· Doing fun, challenging, hands-on activities?
· Designing your dream house?
· Working with computers, electronics and robots?
· Teaching people how to recycle, save energy and water, and reduce pollution?
· Developing the skills, habits and attitudes that will make you successful and prosperous?