Students at the Academy of Engineering and Technology choose from a wide range of exciting courses. Throughout their time with us, they'll hone their skills in computer-aided design (CAD), 3D printing, and even video game design. They collaborate on projects, some of which have produced fantastic results, such as an electric skateboard and hydrogen generator. We're proud to offer a variety of classes where students can express their creativity and learn something new along the way. Some courses your student can expect to take include:
AP Computer Science Principles: Your student will learn the basics of computer science and programming. Topics include organizing data, developing algorithms, and the ethics of computing systems.
Intro to CAD & Fabrication: Students meet the challenges associated with computer-aided design, visualizing the finished product in both two and three dimensions.
Intro to Engineering Design: Your student will learn the fundamentals of problem evaluation and the solution design process. Other topics include the basics of electrical, mechanical, and civil engineering.
Optics, Astronomy & Physics: Understanding physics is crucial for all kinds of technology learning. In this course, students learn the basic concepts of physics and how it relates to the earth and the universe.
Programming for Robotics: Students work to create dependent and autonomous robots of all shapes and sizes. They will also complete modules on physical computing and improving robotics hardware and software.
While it's easy to see all the engineering principles your child will learn at Landmark, students also learn life skills. They begin to understand the fundamentals of building tools and resources that can be used to make the world a better place. Not only that, but they get lots of experience building problem-solving skills, which is crucial to developing into an adult who is well-prepared for the demands of life beyond Landmark.
High school and middle school students have the opportunity to engage in courses in robotics, CAD, 3D printing, AP Computer Science, and much more. Meanwhile, elementary students participate in our exploratory TED program (Technology, Engineering, and Design). No matter your child's age, it's never too early to build problem-solving skills through the foundations of science.
Every student prepared to impact the world for Jesus Christ