Auto Mechanics I – 1 or 2 semesters, ½ credit or 1 credit
A practical course covering the theory of operation and construction, maintenance, repair, and adjustments of the various automotive components. Laboratory experiences are provided.
Auto Mechanics II – 1 or 2 semesters, ½ credit or 1 credit
Prerequisite: Auto Mechanics I
An advanced course placing an emphasis of problem diagnosis and finding the solution, engine rebuilding, tune ups, brake work, and wreck rebuilding. Skills to be developed are specialized tool recognition and use, determining repair costs, metal preparation MIG welding, and painting.
Home Economics – 2 semesters, 1 credit
An introductory course to give the students a basic understanding of what is involved in the smooth running of a home. Areas covered will include: Nutrition, menu planning and food preparation. An awareness of the responsibilities of parenting, knowledge of proper personal relationships, basic knowledge of personal finance and budget, and basic knowledge of clothes construction and mending.