John F. Kennedy Manufacturing and Design (MaD)
Grades 9-12

School Program

Program Information

Manufacturing and Design (MaD) offers many diverse opportunities for students interested in product design and development processes, the principles of design, computer aided design, fabrication and manufacturing process, sustainability, and the principles of business and entrepreneurship. This rigorous sequence of courses and classroom experiences infused with cross curricular problem-based projects and practical applications encourage outcome based learning and celebrate all students’ achievements. This program also provides students with the skills, experiences and opportunities to access a wide range of post-secondary education and workforce development options.

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MaD Student Outcomes

  • All MaD Career Technical Education (CTE) Courses are college articulated
  • MaD students can earn up to 12 college credits
  • Paid Internships
  • MaD students competed in state, national and world robotics competitions

Application Requirements

Please fill out a Specialty Program Application (available 11/26/18-12/20/18) to enroll into this program.