Engineering and Manufacturing

3D Printed HandThe Engineering and Manufacturing program is well suited for students interested in the design and manufacturing of products and systems that improve the way we live.  Courses in this program provide students career exploration, college credit, real-world projects, and pathways toward continued education and future careers in such fields as Engineering, Computer Science, and Manufacturing. 

For descriptions for these courses, click here.

Program Courses

Location(s) College Credit Available Equivalency Credit
 Robotics Video LH, MT Yes None
 Introduction to Engineering Design Video
LH, MD, MT Yes Art
 Principles of Engineering
MT Yes Science
 Aerospace Engineering
MT No Science
 Intro to Electrical Engineering   MT Yes Science 
 AP Environmental Science   MD No Science 
 Applied Engineering and Manufacturing* Video
All High Schools* No Math and Science
 EW=Edmonds Woodway HS; LH=Lynnwood HS; MD=Meadowdale HS; MT=Mountlake Terrace HS; SL=Scriber Lake HS
* Intradistrict program located at one high school which is available to students at all high schools.  Transportation provided.
Personalized Pathway Planning Documents
For students interested in studying these fields in depth, we have provided the following templates to help plan a four-year high school program of study leading to entry level employment as well as short-term certificate, apprenticeship, and 2-year and 4 year degree programs.

Engineering and Manufacturing Pathway Planning Guide

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