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.
MECHANICSBURG SATELLITE PROGRAMS
MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Agriculture and Production Systems
HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS
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: Kurt Forrest
Students learn patient-centered care, medical terminology, phlebotomy, and basic EKGs. Program highlights include: Understanding health science & medical terminology, learn how to observe, assess and report for medical records, perform CPR, and practice drawing blood.
Instructors: Cheryl Hess
Students prepare for careers in programming and software development in this hands-on program. Students develop technical and academic skills to design, develop, test, document, implement and maintain computer software. Students will also have the opportunity to design games and mobile apps. Courses include: Information Technology, Programming, 3D Techniques, Mobile Applications, Game Design, and a Capstone or Internship.
Instructor: Mike Cantrell
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
Please speak with Ohio Hi-Point and your home school guidance counselors to learn more about satellite programs and how to enroll.