PURPLE PATHWAY  GOLD PATHWAY
GPA
Cumulative 3.7 GPA 
Cumulative 3.0 GPA
MINIMUM OF 4 COURSES
Taken by the end of first semester of senior year. Students are required to take courses of study within these disciplines.
• Computer Science
• Engineering
• Graphic Design
• Visual Art

Students interested in pursuing Engineering in college should take these courses:
• Physics
• Computer Science
• Chemistry
• Calculus
Taken by the end of first semester of senior year. Students are required to take courses of study within these disciplines.
• Computer Science
• Engineering
• Graphic Design
• Visual Art

Students interested in pursuing Engineering in college should take these courses:
• Physics
• Computer Science
• Chemistry
• Calculus
SERVICE LEARNING 100 hours focused in delivering service related to engineering and/or design by end of first semester of senior year. 75 hours focused in delivering service related to engineering and/or design by end of first semester of senior year.
FORMAL CAPSTONE PRESENTATION Average rubric score of 3.7 or higher at the end of their senior year, students will present their reflections, growth and future plans to a professional panel of engineering and design industry leaders. Average rubric score of 3.0-3.6 score at the end of their senior year, students will present their reflections, growth and future plans to a panel consisting of  academic administrators, faculty and industry professionals.




Participation in the Engineering and Design Honors Program requires students to successfully complete courses outside of the required common core classes*. Students are encouraged to follow their passion when selecting their classes. A minimum of 4 courses must be completed from this list by graduation. It is the student’s responsibility to share this information with their guidance counselor and start planning as soon as they enter the program.

3D Art Independent Graphic Design III
Advanced Placement (AP) Art Independent Study Ceramics III
Advanced (AP) Computer Science Principles Independent Study Jewelry III
Art I Independent Study of Engineering
Art II Independent Study of Photography III
Art III Introduction to Engineering
Ceramics I Jewelry: Metals & Glass I
Ceramics II
Photography I
Chemistry Photography II
Graphic Design I Printmaking
Graphic Design II Physics
Honors Topics in Pre-Engineering and Programming

*Students are required to take the common core classes in addition to the above requirements (Theology: 4.0 credits, Health/ PE: 1.5 credit total, Social Studies: 3.0 credits, World Language: 3.0 credits, English 4.0 credits, Visual & Performing Arts: 1.0 credit)

Contact Us

Mr. Robert Zdankiewicz
Engineering and Design Honors Program Coordinator
216.347.7408