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Energy

The pathways offered in the Energy Cluster prepares students for careers in planning, managing, and providing support and technical services related to the generation, transmission, and distribution of various types of energy; in addition to engineering design, construction, maintenance, and repair of these systems. The two pathways enable learning the characteristics, availability, conversion, control, transmission, and storage of energy and power; explore and apply the principles of electrical, fluid, and mechanical power; understanding energy systems, applications, conversion to useful services and increased efficiencies; understanding the differences between nonrenewable, renewable, and inexhaustible energy sources and how these energy sources affect the world; research alternative energy sources to include the regional implications and economic, environmental, and sustainability issues; and evaluate positive and negative impacts of nuclear power and its relevancy to various situations in today’s society.

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Linemen training

2018 - 2019 Cluster Enrollment Data

High School Programs

Female

114

Male

530

Total Enrollment

644

Teachers

23
*A teacher may teach in more than one career cluster.
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Nuclear Energy

The Energy Cluster includes the following pathways

  • Energy and Power: Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Pathway
  • Energy Systems Pathway