Technology and Engineering Education - High School
Technology and Engineering Education includes courses in the areas of electronics, aerospace, architectural and engineering drawing, pre-engineering, and design and technology.
Technology and Engineering Education includes courses in the areas of electronics, aerospace, architectural and engineering drawing, pre-engineering, and design and technology. These courses prepare students for more effective living in a growing industrial and highly technological society. The laboratory ‘hands-on’ approach in technology education provides experiences for students to discover and develop aptitudes and interests in technology. All courses provide integrated activity in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
The Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) is an integral part of the career and technical education classroom. CTSOs play an important role in preparing young people to become college and/or career ready. CTSOs develop character, citizenship, technical, leadership, and teamwork skills. CTSOs provide a unique instructional method for attaining the competency goals and objectives identified in each course.
Technology Student Association (TSA)
The mission of the Technology Student Association is to prepare students for the challenges of a dynamic world by promoting technological literacy, leadership, and problem solving, resulting in personal growth and opportunities.
TSA is the only student organization that focuses specifically on students enrolled in technology education. TSA includes educators, parents, students, and business leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society and are working hard to achieve that goal. Virginia TSA is composed of more than 16,000 high school, middle school, and elementary school students throughout the Commonwealth.
TSA was originally established in 1978 as the American Industrial Arts Student Association (AIASA). In 1988, AIASA changed its name to the Technology Student Association (TSA) to reflect the commitment to the dynamic field of technology and the future.
Students enrolled in TEE courses have the opportunity to participate in work-based learning opportunities through real world challenges. With the support and collaboration of local corporations and engineers, students are involved in year-long career mentorships as they engage in problem solving using the Engineering Design Process. Together they work to create solutions to real world problems identified in the Engineering Grand Challenges.
Advanced Drawing (State Standards)
Aerospace Science 1 (State Standards)
Aerospace Science 2 (State Standards)
Architectural Drawing (State Standards)
Basic Technical Drawing (State Standards)
Design and Technology (State Standards)
Electronics 1 (State Standards)
Electronics 2 (State Standards)
Engineering Drawing (State Standards)
Engineering Physics 1 (State Standards)
Geographic Information Systems 1 (State Standards)
IB Design Technology HL (State Standards)
IB Design Technology SL (State Standards)
STEM Advanced Electronics and Robotics (State Standards)
STEM Advanced Engineering (State Standards)
STEM Engineering (State Standards)
STEM Robotics Systems 1 (State Standards)
STEM Robotics Systems 2 (State Standards)
Technology Assessment (State Standards)
Technology Transfer (State Standards)