- A Model For Success - Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) programs are nationally recognized, innovative high school programs.
Students fast forward into their future and are fully immersed in a professional culture, solving real world problems, using industry standard tools and are mentored by actual employers, all while receiving high school and college credit. CAPS is an example of how business, community and public education can partner to produce personalized learning experiences that educate the workforce of tomorrow, especially in high skill, high demand jobs.
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An advanced course that continues exploration of 3D architectural design software, also referred to as Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Building Information Modeling (BIM). Students will have an opportunity to collaborate with local businesses to problem solve, work on real-world projects, and be mentored by industry partners. LEARN MORE...
Immerse yourself in professional environments to creatively solve real world business problems! Students are encouraged to think analytically, logically, and creatively to integrate experience and knowledge into solutions. Students will create business partnerships and participate in professional mentoring opportunities.
An advanced digital media course designed to teach the process of planning, instructional design, development, and publishing of digital media and interactive media projects. Students will focus on developing advanced skills to plan, design, and create interactive projects using the elements of text, 2D and 3D graphics, animation, sound, video, digital imaging and interactive projects.
Modeled after cutting-edge engineering schools, inspired by Project Lead the Way and endorsed by business partners and post-secondary institutions.
Students will be involved in elementary educational experiences throughout Nebo School District. This strand examines the relationships of teaching, learning, motivating and instructing in classroom settings. Extended experiences includes observation in public schools to help students understand these relationships and appreciate the role of professional educators in today's society.
Each year the need for software engineers, data scientists, app developers, and full-stack web developers continues to increase. We provide an overview of established and emerging technologies while giving students an opportunity to create professional projects for mentoring clients.