Babson Carpenter and Technical Education
~ At the Babson Carpenter Career & Technical Education Center we educate minds and train hands ~
This class involves the exploration of manufacturing and construction through the use of metallurgical (metal) products. Emphasis includes Arc, MIG, and Oxy-acetylene welding in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. Plasma cutting will also be explored. The completion of a project is required in this course. Students may enroll in welding all four years of high school. Students who take welding their second year continue to advance their welding skills exploring basic certification testing & practicing. The emphasis is based on American Welding Societies and the American Petroleum Institutes welding standards and codes. Basic TIG welding of mild & stainless steel will also be explored. Completion of a major project in all advanced welding classes is required.
Mechanics & Auto Body
Students will explore automobiles as well as their evolution. The emphasis is on auto repair, rebuilding motors, drive trains, brake systems, electrical systems, fuel systems, suspension systems, and diagnostics as well as shop safety. ASE test preparation in all of these areas. Students will also explore auto body repair & painting. Students will learn basic sheet metal work, sanding, dent pulling, welding, painting flames, painting acrylic paint, metallic paint & clear coating.
Digital Publishing & Yearbook
At Hayden High School we strive and take pride in producing quality digital projects that are used to communicate on the web. Students take an in depth look into the ever changing landscape of the World Wide Web and social media websites. Students get creative in digital publishing by working with various software components. They research many resources and take ownership of their own learning by exploring many designs that are available. Students will work with digital photography and videography while incorporating these components into their projects.
Introduction to Business
This business course provides an introduction to the basic functions of business. This includes the business environment, forms of business ownership, business ethics, management, human resources and labor-management issues, cultural diversity, marketing, technology, and finance. Globalization and the changing world of business will be a focus. Students will have the opportunity to create a business plan and start their own business.
Students will be introduced into the basics of personal finances and consumerism. Topics studied will include banking, saving and investing, credit and loans, insurance and consumer protection, and financial planning. Students will gain an understanding of how personal values and decision making play a role in financial security.