The technology education department seeks to provide the "T" and "E" of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education. To that end, it has transformed the typical teacher-centered classroom by implementing a curriculum that is driven by problem-solving, discovery, and exploratory learning, and requiring students to actively engage situations in order to find their solutions. The department teaches independent innovation and allows students to explore greater depths of all other high school subjects by utilizing the skills learned in those subjects; these skills will be required in order for today’s students to become tomorrow’s global leaders. The study of technology requires students to design, create, utilize, evaluate, and modify technological systems to solve problems. While solving these problems, students have opportunities to apply a variety of academic concepts through practical hands-on applications.
Courses in technology education include: