San Gorgonio High School
Student Enrolled: 1,530
Academies on Campus: 6
Students in an Academy: 1,132
Teacher associated with an Academy: 9
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Academies Offered at San Gorgonio:
- Automotive Technology Pathway
- Business and Computer Technology Pathway
- Childcare Occupations Pathway
- Construction Occupations Pathway
- Hospitality Pathway
- Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Biomedical Science Pathway
For more information view the official San Gorgonio High School Linked Learning Brochure.
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY PATHWAY
In the Automotive Technology Pathway, students learn the fundamentals of automotive repairs and maintenance. Students are taught the importance of shop safety, the use of tools, parts identification, and unit functions. Careers related to vehicle maintenance, service and repair are discussed and explored.
INDUSTRY SECTOR: Transportation
BUSINESS AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY PATHWAY
The Business and Computer Technology Pathway connects students with the world of financial services and computer technology. The business courses cover banking and credit, financial planning, accounting, and economics. Students learn valuable life skills like budgeting and financial literacy. The computer technology courses are primarily project-based courses that incorporate 21st-century skills.
INDUSTRY SECTOR: Business and Finance, Information and Communication Technologies
CHILDCARE OCCUPATIONS PATHWAY
The Childcare Occupations Pathway provides training for entry-level positions in the childcare industry. The skills taught can be used in a variety of different childcare settings such as center-based, home-based, and elementary school (grades K-3). Classroom instruction and practical experiences include child development, child management, health and safety issues and curriculum exploration. With these skills, students will have a solid foundation for continued training in this field at the postsecondary level.
INDUSTRY SECTOR: Education, Child Development, and Family Services
CONSTRUCTION OCCUPATIONS PATHWAY
In the Construction Occupations Pathway, students gain the knowledge and skills in a sequential, standards-based pathway program that integrates hands-on, project-based, and work-based instruction. Standards included in the building and construction trades sector are designed to prepare students for technical training, postsecondary education, and entry into a career.
INDUSTRY SECTOR: Building and Construction Trades
The Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Pathway provides an overview of the hospitality and tourism industry. Students take a brief look at the history of the industry to understand the degree to which it has changed in the past century. They learn about traveler motivations and consumer needs and how these factors affect current offerings in the lodging, transportation, food and beverage, and entertainment sectors. Students consider the economic and environmental impacts of the industry on the world today. They receive exposure to a wide array of domestic and international travel. Finally, students learn the basics of selling and marketing in tourism.
INDUSTRY SECTOR: Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
PROJECT LEAD THE WAY (PLTW) BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE ACADEMY
The Academy of Health Science prepares students to pursue health-related degrees and professions in one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy, such as biotechnology, genetics, nursing, therapeutics, and diagnostics. Students get to practice what they learn in class through the many labs embedded into the curriculum.
INDUSTRY SECTOR: Health Science and Medical Technology
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