Pre-Engineering Technology

  • Pre-Engineering Technology is a four-year program that affords students the opportunity to enter the workforce or continue their education at a two or four-year technical school, college, or university. Students are prepared for entry-level employment in diverse fields associated with electronics, robotics, automation, software development, and other areas of engineering and technology. Students in the program are exposed to a curriculum designed to provide them with the skills needed to be successful in college and today’s careers.

    Pre-Engineering Technology students take 3 courses as part of the program:

    1. Electronics Engineering Technology
    2. Computer & Software Engineering
    3. Mechanical & Robotics Engineering

    Students also experience Engineering Design coursework, learning about the design process, engineering documentation, Solidworks 3D computer-aided design, and other fundamental concepts of engineering. Pre-Engineering Technology curriculum also emphasizes personal and professional skills -- such as technical literacy, collaboration, communication, problem-solving, and critical thinking -- to properly develop workforce ready students for careers or post-secondary education.

    See the following for some examples of the curriculum and skills covered in the program:

    • Analog and Digital Circuits
    • Soldering
    • Underwater Robotics
    • Python Programming
    • Electronic Troubleshooting
    • Mobile Robotics
    • Design Process
    • Mobile App Development
    • Robotic Automation
    • SOLIDWORKS Computer-Aided Design
    • Micro:Bit, Raspberry Pi, Arduino
    • Drones
    • Schematic Reading
    • C# Programming

  • Pre-Engineering Technology Teachers

    Steve Cardoso,

    Tammy Jackson,

    Ed Martins,


    *Please only contact the above listed teachers if you know them or are a current or former student/parent.

    Business inquiries please reach out to Mrs. Votto, Supervisor of Career and Technical Education at or ext. 266.

    General inquiries please reach out to or ext. 237.