The Manufacturing cluster provides students with the theoretical knowledge and skills for careers in planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products, as well as related professional and technical support activities. Students also have the opportunity to continue their studies at post-secondary institutions. Students concentrate their studies and earn a Career and Technical certificate in one of the following programs:

Automated Manufacturing Technology

Mechanical Design and Engineering Technology


Precision Machining Technology

Welding and Metal Fabrication