Established in 2008-09

Students participate in a program that focuses on two strands: Engineering and Environmental Studies.

 

The engineering track offers students the opportunity to become emmersed in rich curriculum that exposes them to several branches of the field including Civil, Mechanical and Environmental engineering, as well as manufacturing, and robotics.  The content of both programs include, but are not limited to, basic mathematical, scientific, or technical aspects of civil engineering or urban planning; beginning surveying, including mapping natural terrain; and drafting.

Students have the opportunity to earn Industry Certifications in computer aided design programs  programs like AutoCad, Inventor, Revit, and Solidworks, as well as safety certifications like Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

For much more detailed information about the CHS Engineering program, as well as information about the school and the student experience, click here to visit our CHS Engineering website.

 

The Environmental program focuses on the knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations; ecosystem awareness; water and air quality issues; managing hazardous materials; managing forests, wetlands, fisheries, and wildlife; planning and administering land use; protecting resources; conducting site assessments; sampling procedures; safety procedures; compliance monitoring and quality assurance procedures; and instruction in GIS/GPS technology.

Students have the opportunity to earn Industry Certifications through AEST, which is the Natural Resource Specilist Certification, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate, and also Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

            

 

 

For much more detailed information about the CHS Environmental Science program, as well as information about the school and the student experience, click here to visit our CHS Environmental Science Website.

 

CHS Career Academy Website

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School Website

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Mission Statement

The Academy of Engineering and Environmental Sciences is committed to exposing students to a rigorous curriculum in the Environmental Science, Planning, and Engineering fields to prepare them for college and careers and to provide hands-on, real -world experiences with business and community partners.

Programs of Study

CHS Applied Engineering Program of Choice 18-19

CHS Environmental Engineering Program of Choice 18-19

 

Internship Opportunities

Students have the opportunity to apply for a summer internship in community business the summer prior to their senior year. Click here to read the flyer with information about the program: CAREER ACADEMIES-SummerIntern-brochure

 

Check out our website for more examples of the student experience! Click here

Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and their featured monthly guest speaker.

Skype with students and scientists from all over the world in the Environmental class through Nat Geo.

Off campus learning activities through Guana Tolomoto Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve

Student interns from Haskell

Campus visit to Embry Riddle

Water quality testing at Alpine Groves through the St. Johns River Water Management District Green Schools Grant

Questions about the programs? Visit the CHS Career Academies Q & A Webpage, or contact Daryl Cullipher, the CHS Career Academy Program Specialist: [email protected]

ESRI Interview with Alicia Pressel