The following College Tech Prep Programs are offered to Euclid High School students through the Lake Shore Compact:
Allied Health—(Auburn Career Center) Prepares students for a wide range of medical careers through practical lab experiences and high-level academic coursework. Students will learn to perform routine administrative and clinical procedures using professional medical equipment and technology.
Auto Collision Repair—(Auburn Career Center) Students assess damage, fabricate, assemble and paint customer vehicles in a professional repair environment. Students will straighten and replace damaged parts using modern welding, sanding, masking and painting procedures.
Auto Service Technology—(Euclid High School) Prepares students for a career in the automotive service industry providing training in engine repair and performance, automatic transmission, and transaxles, manual transmissions, drive trains, brakes, electrical systems, heating, and air conditioning. Additional ASE certification is available for successful program completion.
CAD/Engineering Technology—(Mentor/Lakeland CC) Prepares students to assist with the implementation of the manufacturing process from design to the finished product. CAD technicians support the work of engineers, using theoretical knowledge of fundamental scientific, engineering, mathematical and CAD design principles.
CISCO—(Euclid High School)—Prepares students for careers in network systems analysis, planning and administration. The CISCO curriculum includes preparation for the Network+ and CCNA certification. Honors credit awarded.
CNC Manufacturing Technology—(Mentor/Lakeland CC) Students learn application of quality control principles, basic drafting skills, CNC programming, SURFCAM, use of precision measuring tools, cold forming of metals and precision turning and milling.
Computer Information Systems—(Mentor/Lakeland CC) Trains students for careers in computer programming, software applications, accounting applications and hardware organization and systems.
Construction Management—(Mentor/Lakeland CC) Provides a broad survey of multiple construction technology fields; prepares the student for advanced studies and training in a specific construction apprenticeship program. Internship opportunities are available during the senior year.
Cosmetology—(Auburn Career Center) Students perform a wide range of hair services, skin care, and nail treatments. Students will operate a full-service, interactive salon while preparing for State Board exams.
Criminal Justice—(Euclid High School) Students will learn about the system used by government to maintain social control, prevent crime, enforce laws and administer justice.
Culinary Arts—(Euclid Shore Cultural Center) Provides students an opportunity to explore a wide variety of learning experiences involving nutrition, food sanitation, basic culinary techniques, food preparation and baking fundamentals. Students will run a full-service restaurant. Upon successful completion, students are prepared to work in a hotel or restaurant setting.
Early Childhood Education—(Mentor High School) Offers training and knowledge in a pre-school and elementary setting leading to a rewarding career working with young, pre-school age children.
Electrical Engineering Prep—(Auburn Career Center) Students will design and maintain advanced electronic components using modern technology. They will apply principles of residential, commercial and industrial wiring and electrical systems.
Fire Science/EMT—(Euclid High School) Students will explore health and safety careers such as firefighter and EMT/paramedic. Students will use medical and diagnostic equipment to perform detailed medical and trauma patient assessments.
HVAC—Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning—(Auburn Career Center) Students design, fabricate, install and maintain heating and air conditioning systems. They will learn to troubleshoot commercial and residential systems using advanced tools and diagnostic equipment.
Information Technology Services—(Mentor/Lakeland CC) Prepares students to build, evaluate, troubleshoot and maintain computers, networks and electronic products and systems. Students will prepare for the A+ Certification in computer repair and the Network+ Certification in computer networking technology.
Interactive Media—(Mentor High School) Combines fine arts, graphics, industrial design, multimedia and electronic imaging for art and multimedia production. Students learn to produce media for advertising, corporate communications, educational institutions and the information and entertainment industries.
Landscape Horticulture—(Auburn Career Center) Students install and manage residential and commercial landscape designs at real job sites and learn how to operate and maintain professional landscape equipment.
Marketing & Business Administration—(Mentor High School) Students learn business operations and decision-making as well as the efficient use of company resources necessary to work toward the common goals and objectives that keep a business or non-profit organization healthy and growing. Students are also prepared for success in retail sales, merchandising, promotions, advertising, and business management. This is a two-year program with a one-period related class offered the junior year and related class with work-study component during the senior year.
Mobile Apps and Digital Development (MAD2)—(Euclid High School) Prepares students for IT careers with a focus on computer and mobile applications, multimedia and image management techniques, systems analysis/design and web design and development.
Patient Care Technician—(Auburn Career Center) Students will learn the skills necessary to deliver quality patient care, apply medical skills and practice diagnostic procedures in a clinical lab environment.
Sports Medicine—(Auburn Career Center) Students use advanced fitness training techniques and medical protocols to implement rehabilitative care plans. They will learn the basics of preventing, diagnosing and treating injuries related to sports and/or exercise.
Visual Communications—(Euclid High School) Prepares students for a career in visual design and computer imaging. Emphasis is placed on the development of proficiency in basic art skills such as drawing, calligraphy, layout, and illustration using various techniques and media. Students become proficient in the use of InDesignCS2 and PhotoshopCS3 to create graphic pieces.
Welding—(Auburn Career Center) Students learn to interpret blueprints and specifications and use welding technologies to design, engineer and fabricate solutions.