Welcome to the Wilson School District Technology & Engineering
Wilson School District is a certified Project Lead the Way (PLTW) school. Project Lead the Way is a national program designed to encourage and prepare students for the fields of engineering and technology. Through this curriculum, students are exposed to a rigorous, hands-on learning experience. Students learn theory which allows them to solve technological problems in an innovative way. Students learn to use the design process to develop new and innovated ways to solve challenges; and students develop prototypes to learn materials processes and test their designs.
Wilson also offers an array of courses specifically focused in providing students the opportunity to attain Adobe Certifications. These courses focus on the areas of digital photo and video manipulation, and heavily use the Adobe Master Collection. Students work to produce anything from music videos to websites, and upon completion of a course have the ability to prove their skills by attaining an Adobe Certification within their area of focus. There are currently 4 courses offered within the Technology Innovation program.
The Wilson Technology and Engineering Department utilizes state of the art technology and software to provide a second-to-none experience for our students. We are proud to partner with RoboDK for simulation and offline programming of our industrial robots.
The Technology and Engineering program is designed to be…
- Project-Based – Students within our courses not only learn content, but they also get to put it to use. Students will work to strengthen their problem-solving skills.
- Cutting Edge – Students work with cutting edge technology and receive instruction from teachers who are constantly pushing the limits of creativity, and innovation.
- Rigorous – Many of our courses carry honors weight to reward students who seek out, and look to conquer challenging problems.
Department Lead Learner
Mr. Ryan Dennes
610-670-0180 ext. 5087
Middle School Requirements
All students are required to take three years of Technology Education courses in grades 6 – 8.
High School Graduation Requirements
There are no High School Requirements for Technology & Engineering Education.