Grossmont Union High School District

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The Building and Construction Trades industry needs people who can work with their heads and hands to design and build office buildings, hospitals, shopping malls and housing communities. Once architects come up with a design, it takes a team of skilled trades people like plumbers, electricians, masons, roofers, framers and more to turn it into a finished structure. Craftsmen in this industry sector need a strong math background, good technology skills, and solid on-the-job experience. 

Is this Industry a Good Match for You?

Is this Industry a Good Match for You?

Are you...

  • Good at math?
  • Interested in building things?
  • A team player?
  • Good at working with your hands?
  • Comfortable using tools?

Do you...

  • Enjoy project-based assignments?
  • Have a passion for hand-crafted precision?
  • Dream of creating a city skyline?
  • Want to build the massive infrastructures that connect and support our world?
Pathways Offered in GUHSD

Pathways Offered in GUHSD

Residential and Commercial Construction

The Residential and Commercial Construction pathway provides learning opportunities for students interested in preparing for careers in construction and building design, performance, and sustainability. The focus is on the manner in which residential and commercial structures are designed and built (Class B California License).
 
Sample occupations associated with this pathway:
  • Plumber
  • Electrician
  • Building Inspector
  • Estimator
  • Carpenter 
 
This pathway is available at the following GUHSD sites: El Capitan, IDEA Center
El CapitanIDEA Center