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Cabrillo Earns National Certification

Cabrillo High School recently earned national certification from the nonprofit Project Lead The Way, a leading provider of science, technology, engineering and math curriculum.

The rigorous curriculum allows students to apply what they are learning in math and science classes to real-life engineering and technology projects.  PLTW also prides itself on high-quality professional development for teachers, and active involvement of business, community and university partners.

“Cabrillo High School should be congratulated for demonstrating its commitment to PLTW’s quality standards,” said PLTW President and CEO Vince Bertram.  “The real winners here, however, are Cabrillo’s students, who benefit from innovative, project-based curriculum that encourages creativity, problem solving and critical thinking.”

Learn more at pltw.org.

Project Lead The Way Community:

The College of Engineering at Cal Poly Pomona is proud to share with you exciting news about our Project Lead The Way activities to promote student success, plus ways to stay connected to our engineering community. 

Read more: http://www.csupomona.edu/

Girls Engineering Math and Science (GEMS)

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CED Rocket Team

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MESA Competition: Cabrillo wins again

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MESA Prosthetic Arm Team takes First Place

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Cabrillo Engineering and Design (CED)
Cabrillo is one of only fifteen high schools in the state of California that has a nationally certified PLTW Engineering Program!
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 The Cabrillo Engineering and Design (CED)

Small Learning Community provides students with the opportunity to explore the world of computer drafting and engineering.

Combining traditional mathematics and science, the program introduces students to the scope, rigor, and discipline of engineering and related fields, which includes...

  • The foundations and Principles of Engineering, including  First Robotics.
  • PLTW Project Lead The Way Engineering Curriculum
  • Participation in the MESA (Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement) program at California State University, Long Beach.
  • Aerospace and Rocket club
 
Contact and/or email:
 
 Mr. Ken Fisher - Lead Teacher
 Ms. Karen Kim - Counselor
 or
 Call Cabrillo High School at (562) 951- 7700

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CED Mission

To prepare students for success in the engineering industry through applied inter-disciplinary curriculum and industry standard, project based experiences.

 

CED & PLTW Overview

Cabrillo Engineering and Design (CED) is a four year rigorous, high tech, specialized engineering program designed for students who have an interest and aptitude in the field of engineering and design. CED offers full access to Project Lead The Way (PLTW) courses that will prepare students for academic and professional success in engineering and related fields. PLTW courses highly engage students in engineering projects that are dynamic and interactive by using activities and hands on projects that have real world applications. Studies of PLTW’s curriculum have proven that PLTW students become the kind of prepared, competent, high tech employees U.S. industry desperately needs. Likewise, PLTW alumni are studying engineering and technology at major colleges and universities at rates up to ten times higher than the national average.

Cabrillo is 1 of only 15 high schools in the state of California that has a nationally certied PLTW Engineering program!

 

What can CED offer you?

Nationally certified PLTW courses, which offer students the opportunity to earn college credit Career focused guest speakers and partnerships with industry professionals, universities, and businesses Placement in accelerated, honors, and AP classes12, 000 square feet of lab space and equipment exclusive to Cabrillo Certified PLTW engineering teachers Industry internships including: Boeing Aerospace, Training using current industry equipment and software Opportunities for software proficiencies in: Autodesk Engineering Suite, 3-D studio Max, Master Cam, Multisim, Solid Works, Corel Draw, and Robo Cam Fieldtrips to universities, colleges, Jet Propulsion Lab, USS Midway, National Robotics Competition and National Hot Rod Association Tesoro, Port of Long Beach, and US AirForce

 

Who Should Apply to CED?

Students who wish to be considered for admission should:

  • Be interested in math, science, engineering or design.
  • Have a minimum High School Index of 400
  • Have a math level in 8th grade of Algebra or Geometry
  • 3.0 GPA and advanced or proficient in math is preferred

 Acceptance to the competitive CED program means the student is committed to a minimum of two years.

 

CED & PLTW Courses

  • Introduction to Engineering
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Digital Electronics
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Automotive Technology, Alternative Fuels
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • MESA
  • Automotive Technology, Alternative Fuels             
  • This course is taught by a certified LBCC teacher and students receive LBCC credit for the course and are eligible for certification upon completion.

Courses

                        PLTW (Project Lead The Way)    

              Course Pathway for Specialized Program

 

 Typical  9th Grade  Schedule:

Introduction to Engineering PLTW

English 1-2 or English 1-2 Accelerated

Geometry Accelerated

Biology 1-2 or Biology 1-2 Accelerated

Foreign Language (Spanish or French)

PE/Sport/ROTC/Marching Band/Dance

 

Typical 10th Grade  Schedule:

Principles of Engineering PLTW

English 3-4 or English 3-4 Accelerated

Modern World History or MWH Acc, or AP World History

Intermediate Algebra Accelerated

Chemistry, Chemistry Honors or Physics

Foreign Language 2nd year

 

Typical 11th Grade Schedule:

Digital Electronics PLTW and/or Aerospace PLTW

English 5-6, Honors, or AP English Language and Composition

United States History or US History Honors or AP US History

Pre Calculus or Pre Calculus Honors

Physics or Chemistry Honors

Art or Music A - G Elective 

Typical 12th Grade Schedule:

Computer Integrated Manufacturing PLTW

Multicultural Literature, CSU Expository Reading & Writing or AP English Literature Composition

Government and Economics (Accelerated or AP)

AP Calculus

Elective: Possibly Aerospace PLTW or MESA

Elective or PE credit course

 

NOTE: We highly encourage and support student involvement on our campus.  If a student is involved in AVID, music, student council, etc., their schedule can be arranged to fit these courses in.

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MESA Team

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MARS Student Data Exploration Team

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Midway Fieldtrip

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Port of Long Beach: Women in Trade Conference

Port of Long Beach: Women in Trade Conference