Burlington Technical Center (BTC)

  • The Burlington Technical Center (burlingtontech.org) serves 11th and 12th grade students by offering half-day technical programs that are designed to be completed in two years.


    AUTO BODY AND REPAIR I
    Course Number: E0X200       3 Elective Credits      Grades: 11-12      

    Learn all the tools and techniques to rebuild and restore cars by combining coursework with hands-on experience in the shop following the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) curriculum.


    AUTO BODY AND REPAIR II
    Course Number: E0X201       1 Physical Science, 2 Elective Credits      Grades: 12      

    Learn all the tools and techniques to rebuild and restore cars by combining coursework with hands-on experience in the shop following the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) curriculum.
    Prerequisites:   Auto Body and Repair I


    AUTO SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY I
    Course Number: E0X250        Credit      Grades: 11-12      

    Learn what it takes to maintain the mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems found in the modern automobile. Through Common Core and National Science standards, students study the scientific principles as they`re applied to the design, operation and service of today`s vehicles


    AUTO SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY II
    Course Number: E0X251        Credit      Grades: 12      

    Learn what it takes to maintain the mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems found in the modern automobile. Through Common Core and National Science standards, students study the scientific principles as they`re applied to the design, operation and service of today`s vehicles
    Prerequisites:   Auto Science and Technology I


    AVIATION AND AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY I
    Course Number: E0X300       3 Elective Credits      Grades: 11-12      

    Learn how to repair any type of aircraft through the use of specialized tools to work on aircraft components in the laboratory, classroom instruction, and observations in local aviation companies. All training received in this program is FAA approved and is applied to the Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Certification to provide the opportunity to become a certified aircraft technician


    AVIATION AND AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY II
    Course Number: E0X301       1 Mathematics, 1 Physical Science, 1 Elective Credit      Grades: 12    

    Learn how to repair any type of aircraft through the use of specialized tools to work on aircraft components in the laboratory, classroom instruction, and observations in local aviation companies. All training received in this program is FAA approved and is applied to the Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Certification to provide the opportunity to become a certified aircraft technician
    Prerequisites:   Aviation and Aerospace Technology I


    COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGY I
    Course Number: E0X450        Credit      Grades: 11-12      

    Build your skills in foundational areas including computers and operating systems and small business networks. Learn important support and customer service strategies as it applies to technology. We also dive into everything emerging including robotics, mobile technology, 3D printing and design.


    COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGY II
    Course Number: E0X451        Credit      Grades: 12  

    Build your skills in foundational areas including computers and operating systems and small business networks. Learn important support and customer service strategies as it applies to technology. We also dive into everything emerging including robotics, mobile technology, 3D printing and design.
    Prerequisites:   Computer Systems and Emerging Technology I


    CRIMINAL JUSTICE I
    Course Number: E0X110       3 Elective Credits      Grades: 11-12   

    Explore the history of the criminal justice system. This includes criminal law and criminal procedures, case law, the court system, juvenile law, ethics, interview and interrogation, criminal investigation and corrections through a mix of hands on experience and rigorous academic study.


    CRIMINAL JUSTICE II
    Course Number: E0X111       1 Social Studies, 2 Elective Credits      Grades: 12      

    Explore the history of the criminal justice system. This includes criminal law and criminal procedures, case law, the court system, juvenile law, ethics, interview and interrogation, criminal investigation and corrections through a mix of hands on experience and rigorous academic study.
    Prerequisites:   Criminal Justice I


    CULINARY ARTS I
    Course Number: E0X550        Credit      Grades: 11-12     

    Learn many aspects of the foodservice industry including practicing and mastering essential safety and sanitation standards, delectable cooking and baking methods, menu and recipe development, nutrition, global cuisine, restaurant management, entrepreneurship, table service and employability skills such as time management, communication and reliability.


    CULINARY ARTS II
    Course Number: E0X551        Credit      Grades: 12      

    Learn many aspects of the foodservice industry including practicing and mastering essential safety and sanitation standards, delectable cooking and baking methods, menu and recipe development, nutrition, global cuisine, restaurant management, entrepreneurship, table service and employability skills such as time management, communication and reliability.
    Prerequisites:   Culinary Arts I


    DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION I
    Course Number: E0X350       3 Elective Credits      Grades: 11-12      

    This is the program for anyone interested in the visual arts, whether you are seriously considering Art School or just want to explore different mediums. With a focus on building your portfolio, you will be exposed to many different forms of art, from the foundation of observation drawing to photography and graphic design, using the technology of the Adobe Creative Suite.


    DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION II
    Course Number: E0X351       1 Fine Arts, 2 Elective Credits      Grades: 12        

    This is the program for anyone interested in the visual arts, whether you are seriously considering Art School or just want to explore different mediums. With a focus on building your portfolio, you will be exposed to many different forms of art, from the foundation of observation drawing to photography and graphic design, using the technology of the Adobe Creative Suite.
    Prerequisites:   Design and Illustration I


    DIGITAL MEDIA LAB I
    Course Number: E0X750       3 Elective Credits      Grades: 11-12      

    The Digital Media Lab is the place for students who are seriously interested in electronic music, podcasting, graphic design, digital video, FX, photography, and emerging media (including animation, apps for mobile devices, and game design). This class is fun, fast, and focused. It’s a project-based learning structure, where students work both independently and in groups on a variety of media projects both in class and across the Technical Center.


    DIGITAL MEDIA LAB II
    Course Number: E0X751       1 Physical Science, 2 Elective Credits      Grades: 12      

    The Digital Media Lab is the place for students who are seriously interested in electronic music, podcasting, graphic design, digital video, FX, photography, and emerging media (including animation, apps for mobile devices, and game design). This class is fun, fast, and focused. It’s a project-based learning structure, where students work both independently and in groups on a variety of media projects both in class and across the Technical Center.
    Prerequisites:   Digital Media Lab I


    HUMAN SERVICES I
    Course Number: E0X400        Credit      Grades: 11-12      

    This program is for students interested in careers in fields such as counseling, social work, rehabilitation, hospitals, geriatric service and care, and all avenues of education and support. Students interested in education have the incredible opportunity to build incredible skills in our State licensed, on-site preschool program.


    HUMAN SERVICES II
    Course Number: E0X401        Credit      Grades: 12   

    This program is for students interested in careers in fields such as counseling, social work, rehabilitation, hospitals, geriatric service and care, and all avenues of education and support. Students interested in education have the incredible opportunity to build incredible skills in our State licensed, on-site preschool program.
    Prerequisites:   Human Services I


    MEDICAL AND SPORTS SCIENCES I
    Course Number: E0X600       3 Elective Credits      Grades: 11-12 

    This rigorous, college preparatory program includes the study of Anatomy & Physiology (the structure and function of the human body) with integrated Medical Terminology, hands-on medical labs and dissections. Human Growth and Development (exploring physical, cognitive and social-emotional development through the lifespan), Nutrition and extensive job shadowing opportunities complete the two-year curriculum.


    MEDICAL AND SPORTS SCIENCES II
    Course Number: E0X601       1 Natural Science, 2 Elective Credits      Grades: 12   

    This rigorous, college preparatory program includes the study of Anatomy & Physiology (the structure and function of the human body) with integrated Medical Terminology, hands-on medical labs and dissections. Human Growth and Development (exploring physical, cognitive and social-emotional development through the lifespan), Nutrition and extensive job shadowing opportunities complete the two-year curriculum.
    Prerequisites:   Medical and Sports Sciences I


    WELDING AND METAL FABRICATION I
    Course Number: E0X950       3 Elective Credits      Grades: 11-12    

    The Welding and Metal Fabrication Program trains students in the recognition of metals as well as the proper procedures of welding. Instruction includes electric arc, oxyacetylene and tungsten inert gas welding, as well as metal cutting and brazing. The welding industry today presents continually growing opportunities, high pay, and travel opportunities for skilled workers throughout the world. Build skills and certifications in commercial welding and move into complex artistic projects with the help of design students and modelers.


    WELDING AND METAL FABRICATION II
    Course Number: E0X951       1 Mathematics, 2 Elective Credits      Grades: 12      

    The Welding and Metal Fabrication Program trains students in the recognition of metals as well as the proper procedures of welding. Instruction includes electric arc, oxyacetylene and tungsten inert gas welding, as well as metal cutting and brazing. The welding industry today presents continually growing opportunities, high pay, and travel opportunities for skilled workers throughout the world. Build skills and certifications in commercial welding and move into complex artistic projects with the help of design students and modelers.
    Prerequisites:   Welding and Metal Fabrication I