Woodworking Technology

Woodworking Technology courses explore the application of engineering principles to solve practical problems and teach the use of tools, materials, and processes of industry and engineering design. Related science and math principles are stressed throughout all courses while students develop skills using processes of the construction, manufacturing and communications fields. Our program is designed for all students regardless of educational or career goals and provides an in-depth foundation for career preparation.

Woodworking Technology Pathway
Completion of this pathway will result in
OSHA 10 Hr. Construction Certificate



Core Skills


Introduction to Woodworking

Semester Long

  • Fractional Measurement
  • General Woodshop safety / Lab safety
  • Correct machine/hand tool selection and operation
  • Safety tests (4) on stationary machine tools


Advanced Woodworking

Year Long

  • Order of operations / Sequencing in woodworking
  • Assembly line concepts
  • Material identification and selection
  • Safety tests (2)
  • Introduction to more advanced machine/hand tools
  • Jig and template design


Construction Systems

Year Long

  • Safety tests (2)
  • Scaled measurement and scaled construction
  • Safety on mobile construction tools used in industry
  • Structural layout using 16" on center
  • Framing identification and selection
  • Finishing concepts, trim siding, and roofing


Woods Independent Study

Year Long

  • Continuation of Woods Program
  • Can be completed in conjunction with senior project
  • Inpidual Project
  • Detailed scale model
  • In depth cutting boards
  • Custom Adirondack chairs
  • Printing with Laser engraver


Intro to CAD

Semester Long

  • Blueprint Reading
  • Orthographic, isometric, multi-view drawings
  • Fractional measurement
  • Competency in AutoCAD software
  • Scaled drawing and measurement