Cabinetmaking – CTE Program of Study
Cabinetmaking – CTE Program of Study (pdf)
The Cabinetmaking program is designed to prepare individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills in cabinetry. A student in this class has an opportunity to participate in the planning, design and completion of project-based activities in the cabinetmaking industries. Instruction also includes career opportunities, communication skills, teamwork, safety, creative thinking, and problem-solving. The program is designed and delivered as a coherent sequence of experiences using technical instruction, academic foundations, experiential learning, work-based learning and leadership, and personal development through the Career and Technical Student Organization, SkillsUSA.
Cabinetmaking is offered at Highland High and Mesquite High.
- IE107 Fundamentals of Woodworking Technology and Construction
- IE108 Advanced Woodworking Technology
- IE109 Furniture Design and Manufacturing
- CT315 Cabinetmaking Internship
Degrees and Certifications:
George Hulett - Mesquite High
Do you have a favorite memory, lesson, or class project from Cabinetmaking?
My favorite project was the Bridge build project. The goal was to construct a bridge out of popsicle sticks strong enough to hold a weight requirement. It was my favorite because it was a very successful project.