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EXPLORE Information and Communication Technologies

Cosumnes Oaks High School

Information & Communication Technologies – Robotics & Programming Pathway 

Students in the Software and Systems Development pathway prepare for careers related to computer science that involve the design, development, implementation, maintenance and management of systems that rely on software programs to satisfy the operational needs of modern business organizations. This pathway focuses on computer programming for solving applied problems in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), such as solving problems in algebra and robotics.

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Phone: 916.686.7670

 

Florin High School

Informational Technology Academy

Students in the Informational Technology Academy prepare for careers related to computer science that involve the design, development, implementation, maintenance and management of systems that rely on software programs to satisfy the operational needs of modern business organizations. Expertise in systems development and programming are critical skills to support operations like electronic commerce, medical records management, retail sales and inventory management, digital entertainment and use of energy.

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Email: FLHSTechCareer@egusd.net
Phone: 916.686.7709

 

Franklin High School

School of Technology, Engineering, and Media (STEM)

STEM is a unique program that allows students to focus on one of four areas of study:

  • Computer Specialist — Computer Specialists incorporate a standards-based/mastery approach that allows students to accelerate learning as they demonstrate mastery of each curricular standard.
  • Engineering Specialist — Engineering Specialists complete mastery courses in Computer Assisted Drafting and Engineering.
  • Media Specialist — The Media Specialist program prepares students for career paths in the field of media communications behind, and/or in front of the camera.
  • Generalist — Students interested in all three major areas of STEM can choose the Generalist strand. Mastery of this strand is obtained by completing coursework in the three specialist areas.

After completing core introductory classes, students will select one area of study for their mastery coursework. Each specialist area provides the skills necessary to gain employment or to pursue advanced study. Course instruction is enhanced through mentoring and internships.

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Email: FRHSSTEM@egusd.net
Phone: 916.686.7709

 

Laguna Creek High School

Information Technology

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Monterey Trail High School

Design and Technology Academy (DATA)

The Design and Technology Academy (DATA) provides a rigorous four-year program designed to give students training, information and resources in the areas of Engineering, Computer Science and Environmental Architecture. Throughout the students’ high school career, DATA teachers focus on three main goals:

  1. to strengthen students’ motivation and commitment to learning by providing purpose for their learning experiences.
  2. to improve students’ connection to school through personalized learning environments and workplace experiences.
  3. to prepare students to enter industry with appropriate certification and/or post-secondary education.

Engineering: Students will engage in various hands-on activities to explore the nature of assorted engineering fields. In addition, the student will learn about technology sectors such as manufacturing, construction, power and energy, communications and transportation. Student teams are formed to develop, design, build and present a functional electromechanical prototype. During fabrication, students will perform various manufacturing processes and learn various technologies and concepts such as manual and CNC machining, CNC plasma cutting, 3-D printing, robotics, welding, electronics, pneumatic and mechanical systems. Students may be eligible to apply to Sacramento State University through the ACE Program for transferable college credit.

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Email: MTHSDATA@egusd.net
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Sheldon High School

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Pathway

The Entrepreneurship Pathway/Marketing, Sales and Service sector provides an opportunity to learn the techniques of transferring products or services to consumers. As California businesses compete in the global marketplace, the need for employees with business expertise and the ability to analyze and respond to emerging trends will continue to grow.

Students in the Software and Systems Development pathway prepare for careers related to computer science that involve the design, development, implementation, maintenance and management of systems that rely on software programs to satisfy the operational needs of modern business organizations. Persons with expertise in systems development and programming are critical to support operations like electronic commerce, medical records management, retail sales and inventory management, digital entertainment and use of energy.

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Phone: 916.686.7709

 

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Elk Grove High School Agriculture Students Receive Awards at 2019 National FFA Convention and Expo

Elk Grove High School Agriculture Students Receive Awards at 2019 National FFA Convention and Expo

Students Participate in Competitions and Leadership and Career Advancement Workshops During National Annual Event  ELK GROVE, Calif. – December 3, 2019 – The Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) applauds 13 Elk Grove High School (EGHS) students for receiving top...

Successful Agriculture Academy at Elk Grove High School Receives Two Outstanding Department Honors

Successful Agriculture Academy at Elk Grove High School Receives Two Outstanding Department Honors

The Awards Highlight Academy’s Commitment to Mentor Future Generations of Farmers ELK GROVE, Calif. – August 14, 2019 – The Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) commends the Elk Grove High School Agriculture Department for receiving two honors in the category of...

Board of Trustees Recognizes 50 Top-Quality Career Technical Education in Elk Grove Unified School District Programs

Board of Trustees Recognizes 50 Top-Quality Career Technical Education in Elk Grove Unified School District Programs

Recognition Highlights Academies and Pathways Meeting Highest Quality   ELK GROVE, Calif. – March 22, 2018 – The Elk Grove Unified School District Board of Trustees recognized 50 Career Technical Education (CTE) academies and pathways that demonstrated progress...

College for a Day at Sacramento City College Draws 150 EGUSD Students to the 2nd Annual AME Day

College for a Day at Sacramento City College Draws 150 EGUSD Students to the 2nd Annual AME Day

Talk about an amazing hands-on learning opportunity! 150 students from Cosumnes Oaks, Elk Grove, Florin, Franklin, Monterey Trail, Pleasant Grove and Sheldon high school attended Sacramento City College (SCC) on Thursday, February 1, 2018 for the college’s second...

Elk Grove Unified School District Recognized for Outstanding Cyber Security Awareness Efforts at One of the Nation’s Largest and Fastest Growing Youth Cyber Education Programs

The Air Force Association’s CyberPatriot Program Approved Elk Grove Unified School District as the Newest CyberPatriot Center of Excellence! CyberPatriot National Commissioner approved the Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) as the newest CyberPatriot Center of...

Elk Grove Unified’s FFA Students Find Annual California Ag Day Activities Second Nature

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Elk Grove high school students dive deep into Arts Media and Entertainment Programs at Sacramento City College

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The New York Times ran a story last week highlighting how the cost of college continues to climb and now the message from New York University to its students is, “Finish faster.” The report noted that about 20 percent of its students had already “graduated ahead of...

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