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About us The future has arrived at Ancaster High School! Our Tech Ed. facilities are extremely well equipped with up to date technology. Ancaster’s Tech programs are informative, activity-based, and project driven. There will be a shortage of skilled trades people over the next several years. Taking Tech courses will provide students with knowledge, skills, and real life work experience preparing them for Apprenticeship, College, or University. The skills learned in Tech courses can lead to high paying employment. The success of our Tech programs is evident wherever you go in the school and community. Several students have participated and successfully won local, Provincial, and National competitions. The Tech wing constantly has on display examples of outstanding students’ achievement to capture the mind and promote the awesome talent that our Tech students demonstrate. TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION: DON’T LEAVE SCHOOL WITHOUT IT!         For information on Apprenticeships click here www.oyap.com Grade 9 Tech Program – please click here Grade 9 Exploring Technologies for details. Click on the course below to view course outline

TECH SUBJECT AREA
GRADE 9
GRADE 10
GRADE 11
GRADE 12
Exploring Technologies
 TIJ1O1
Communications Technology
TGJ3M1
Construction Technology, Home Repair
TCJ2O1
Manufacturing (Welding) Technology
TMJ2O1 TMJ4E1
Technological Design
TDJ3M1 TDJ4M1
Transportation Technology
TTJ2O1 TTJ4C1

Technological Staff:

Name:
Phone:
E-mail:
Mr. K. Lemieux (Department Head)  – Exploring Technologies, Technological Design
905-648-4468 Ext. 530
Mr. M. Sampson  – Transportation Technology, SHSM Aviation/Aerospace
905-648-4468 Ext. 326
Mr. J. Radix – Manufacturing (Welding) Technology, Technological Design
905-648-4468 Ex. 323
Ms. A. Sanders – Communications Technology
905-648-4468 Ext. 329
Mr.  – Construction Technology, Home Repair
905-648-4468 Ex. 501
Mr. A. Gillespie – Construction Technology
905-648-4468 Ex. 571

 

Updated on Wednesday, March 28, 2018.
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