This STEM career cluster encompasses an extraordinary array of career paths that are interrelated. It is the focus of the Math, Engineering and Science program to provide students with an understanding of the engineering process as it relates to the real world. Students are provided a strong background in advanced concepts in physics, as well as the mathematics necessary for advanced study. The major focus of this program is to expose students to the design process, engineering standards, research and analysis, technical documentation, global and human impacts, communication methods and teamwork. Students participate in capstone projects involving product development, civil or mechanical designs, robotics and rocketry. The students have the opportunity to create, build or reverse engineer projects using laser cutters, 3D Printers and CNC machines. Program graduates earn a high school diploma and a NOCTI Certification.