MARYSVILLE SATELLITE PROGRAMS

BUNSOLD MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMS

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Agriculture and Production Systems

This hands-on program makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resources systems.

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Career Connections

Students learn study, organizational, and time management skills and become active community members. Students assess their interests and abilities while exploring careers that match their strengths. While creating a plan for obtaining their career goals, students learn how to seek, find, and keep a job as well as develop a budget and manage personal finances. In addition, employability and problem solving skills are a focus in this program. With the opportunities to participate in study trips, Knowledge Bowl, and mock interviews, students have a jumpstart on their futures.

Instructors: Gregg Severt and Amy Wagner

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS

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Agribusiness and Production Systems

This hands-on program makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resources systems. Students learn animal science and management, plant and horticultural science, food science, business management, energy systems, environmental science, and mechanical principles. Courses include: Wildlife & Fisheries; Greenhouse and Nursery Management; Business Management for Ag; Mechanical Principles; Animal & Plant Science; Ag & Industrial Power; Horticulture, and a Capstone/Internship.

Instructor: Ashley Thompson

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Automotive Technology

Hands-on experience is necessary for careers in the automotive industry. Students will learn how to perform vehicle inspection and maintenance, along with diagnostic and repair of steering and suspension, brake systems drive train, and engine performance using state of the art equipment. Courses include: Ground Transportation Maintenance; Ground Transportation Engine and Power Train; Automotive Braking, Suspension, and Steering Systems; Automotive Engine Performance; and a Transportation Capstone

Instructor: Rob Heinze

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Performing Arts

Students prepare for careers in the performing arts field, specifically, theatre, in this creative and artistic program. Students build production sets, read scripts, work with light design and sound, and dive into a world of theatrics while gaining the necessary skills to support production and delivery of an artistic performance. Students learn about marketing, stage design, acting, and work with new video technology to tell creative stories and document performances and events. Courses include: Performing Arts Primer; Acting Performance; Stagecraft; Musical Engineering; and Video Production.

Instructor: Luke Ahern

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Supply Chain Management

Students use the design and management of seamless, value-added processes to meet the real needs of the end consumer. Students begin to understand business foundations Create product services Develop deployment strategy Use technology to identify target markets Develop shipping & fulfillment plans Manage logistics

Instructor: Bailey Hemmelgarn

MARYSVILLE EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL

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Automotive Technology

Hands-on experience is necessary for careers in the automotive industry. Students will learn how to perform vehicle inspection and maintenance, along with diagnostic and repair of steering and suspension, brake systems drive train, and engine performance using state of the art equipment. Courses include: Ground Transportation Maintenance; Ground Transportation Engine and Power Train; Automotive Braking, Suspension, and Steering Systems; Automotive Engine Performance; and a Transportation Capstone

Instructor: Rob Heinze

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Allied Health and Nursing

Caring to learn and learning to care! Students may participate in clinical experiences as well as State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) training. Upon graduation, students may have earned their STNA to be able to work in the healthcare field while pursuing further education. Students also learn patient-centered care, medical terminology, phlebotomy, and basic EKGs. Program highlights include: Understanding health science & medical terminology, complete a clinical rotation, observe, assess and report for medical records, perform CPR, and practice drawing blood.

Instructors: Stefanie Brown and Cheri McSheffery

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Engineering

Design areas provide students with the necessary technical and academic skills to research and create product models with features/functions that meet the needs of the customer, manufacturer, and the overall business. Operations provide students with the skills to administer the manufacturing process, including equipment, installation, tools and dies, logistics, inventory control, assembly, repair and quality/safety. Certifications include: 10-Hour OSHA, FANUC Handling Tool Operation & Programming, and Motoman FS 100/ DX 100 Basic Programming.

Instructors: Evan See and Nick Blake

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Information Technology

Students gain the skills to create, design, and produce interactive media products and services, including audio/visual commercials for businesses, training, entertainment, communications, and marketing. During the program, students will develop mobile apps and web pages, utilize programming languages, study database tools, repair and troubleshoot computers, and create video games. Students can also earn the following certifications: Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, and Dreamweaver.

Instructor: John Brown and Doug Hughes

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Aviation (Grimes Airfield in Urbana)

Students learn the principles of flight, navigation, weather, aircraft design and construction. Students will explore each of the principles through study and hands-on experiments. Students use CAD software and 3D printing technology along with Aircraft Flight Simulation Trainers. Those enrolling at Grimes Airfield also have the opportunity to work with real aircraft at a working airports. Students will repair sheet metal, paint, weld, machine, grind, rivet, recover, sew, form, punch, dill, troubleshoot and assemble aircraft parts and components onto real flying aircraft. Students will study Flight and Ground operations and participate in the restoration of a historic WWII B-17 and other vintage aircraft. Certifications that are available through a capstone include: Remote Pilot Certification (14 CFR Part 107), Private Pilot Ground School Certification, and Private Pilot Certification.

Instructor: Mark Curtner

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Please speak with Ohio Hi-Point and your home school guidance counselors to learn more about satellite programs and how to enroll.