high school

Woods 2/3
The Woods II course will consist of advanced manufacturing operations that would take place in a professional cabinetmaking environment. Students will learn advanced methods such as product design and planning, machine setups, jigs and fixture design and usage, and use of more professional types of machines and tooling. Students will also learn other methods and applications for a larger variety of finishes and hardware selections. Minimum standards will be established for projects and new skills learned during the course. 

The Woods III curriculum will build on content from the Woods II class and include additional elements such as furniture styles, individual characteristics of high quality furniture, accents associated with different styles or periods of furniture, wood carving, and lathe work. The overriding idea of Woods III is the emphasis on style, design elements, and high quality. 

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