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Elec. Engineering students build Bots via Khan Academy

                        electronics bots

From Electronics teacher Andre Bruwer on a recent class project:

Learning takes place through collaboration and exploration in a hands on, project-based outcomes learning environment. Students learn the basics of electronic circuitry, from layout to neatness, parts, symbols, terminology and so much more through this dynamic approach to learning. Students quickly figure out that in certain components current direction matters, that layout and design plays a role in the success of a project and the greatest resource tool is each other.


West Shore Auto Tech Class Tackled Special Summer Project

corvette engineWest Shore Career-Tech students in Mike Szittai’s Automotive Technology class took on a special project during the last quarter of the 2016-2017 school year that spilled into evening and weekend work, which the students tackled with relish.


Sam BorickUniversity of Akron engineering student and West Shore graduate Sam Borick returned to LHS recently to extol the virtues of West Shore Career-Tech classes and how they gave him a significant boost both financially and acedemically heading into college. Sam, who graduated in 2015, spoke to students in his former West Shore programs - Networking Cisco and Project Lead the Way (PLTW) - and the information technology elective classes to help students understand the value of taking advantage of the West Shore programs and how that translates to college success, savings, and internship opportunities.    

Where are they now? Angel Dickson

Angel Dickson is a 2014 graduate of the Medical Office Management program. 

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