As course selection approaches for Lakes students, one option hands-on learners ought to consider is Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD). Brian Cardarella teaches Wood Technology, Small Engines, Electronics, and CADD. For the latter, Lakes offers a Dual Credit option, which means they could potentially earn college credits and high school credits simultaneously.
“Students who enroll in CADD class will not only have a great, hands-on learning experience, but will also earn a college credit without leaving the building,” Cardarella said. “Computer aided drawing and design class is an interactive, hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) class where students will learn to use the software that engineers are using today. Furthermore, students will learn the design process and will get to design and 3-D print multiple projects. This course is open to anyone and everyone.” If you have questions about this opportunity next year, don’t hesitate to reach out to Mr. Cardarella or your guidance counselor.