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King Tech 3rd Session

Great News, King Tech High School is offering another 3rd session! Classes for 9th through 12th grade students begin on Tuesday, January 16th, and end on Thursday, March 7th, 2024. Classes will run Monday through Thursday from 3-5pm. Courses are worth .5 elective credit and students receive a letter grade for completing the course. A bus will be provided from the home high school to King Tech. Busses will take students home to proximity stops within their home area. 


See your counselor to request a class!  Opportunity is open until classes fill by first come, first served.  

Intro to Advertising, Art, and Design 

This course explores the commercial art field. Students will be introduced to advertising approaches, color and design theory, marketing, web page layout, symbols, and logo design. Students will produce visual art using graphic design software.   


Intro to Film, Audio, and Video Production 

This course explores the skills and knowledge needed to launch a successful career in film, video content creation or television. Students will use the same equipment as industry professionals to produce, create, and edit videos and movies.  


Intro to Aviation Technology 

This course is an introduction to Aviation where students will be exploring the principals of flight, aircraft pre-flight, meteorology, navigation, weight & balance, power plants, communication, federal aviation air regulations and survival flight planning.  Special emphasis is placed on flying light aircraft in Alaska. 


Intro to Carpentry 

This course is a hands-on, project-based course that is designed to provide entry-level skills across multiple fields and technical disciplines. Students will practice a culture of safety while learning how to use different tools associated with construction, architecture, and engineering.   


Intro to Construction Electricity 

This course introduces students to the variety of career pathways in the Electrical Industry.  Students will learn and practice electrical and construction site safety practices.  Topics covered include Introduction to Residential Circuits, Introduction to Blueprints, Series and Parallel Circuits, and Digital Multimeter Certification. 


Culinary and Hospitality Foundations 

This course explores the opportunities in the culinary and hospitality industries.  Students develop hospitality, service and career ready practices while mastering safety and sanitation requirements of the industry.  Students will develop the fundamental kitchen safety skills and learn the foundations of cooking and nutrition. Certifications: Food Handlers Card 


Rural Criminal Justice 

This course covers the three major components of the criminal justice system: law enforcement, law, and corrections. In addition to a survey of the criminal justice system, students will focus on rural policing. Students will also hear from professionals working in various fields in criminal justice. 


Intro to Computer Electronics (Electronics and Telecommunications) 

This course explores careers and develops skills in the field of electronics and telecommunication. Students will explore the tasks and tools that electronics and telecommunications installers need to know. Students will learn about the education/knowledge that supports workers in the field of electronics and telecommunications (trade unions, FCC, etc.).   


Intro to Cosmetology 

This course introduces students to the variety of career pathways and develops essential, industry skills.  Students will learn and practice safety and sanitation procedures. Students will learn the basics of haircutting, permanent waving, and manicuring. 


Health Occupations Essentials 

This course is a foundational course in Health Science designed to familiarize students with the variety of careers in medical, behavioral, and personal care.  Students will learn skills necessary for pursuing additional education and training in healthcare and prepare a plan for a career in the healthcare field. 


Intro to Business (Enterprise and Entrepreneurship) 

This course covers the fundamentals of business start-up and operations. Students will learn about business planning, business law, entrepreneurship, management, leadership, communications, and problem solving. This course is designed to be interactive through project-based learning. 


Intro to Automotive Maintenance (Small Engines) 

This course covers the principles of gasoline engines, safe working habits, and employability skills.  Students will learn about internal combustion engines and basic ignition sources. 


Intro to Collision Repair 

This course covers the principles of autobody repair and restoration, safe working habits, and employability skills.  Students will learn about collision repair and restoration using technology and equipment designed to repair and refinish automobiles. 


Emergency Trauma Tech (ETT) 

The course is designed for students planning careers in emergency services careers such as firefighting, search and rescue, guiding, emergency medical technology, and positions that involve working at remote sites where urban EMS systems may not be available. The course is about 25% lecture and discussion, and 75% hands-on in which students practice patient assessment and treatment techniques on each other. 


Career and College Prep (Mentorship for Young Men) 

This course is focused on supporting young men with mentorship, development, career planning, and college preparation. The following pillars will be the specific goals students will achieve over the course of study: conflict resolution, teen legal rights, financial management for teens, mass media discipline, healthy nutrition habits, along with several other basic topics for preparing young men for success.