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1 Peabody Public Schools Peabody Veterans Memorial High School The Vocational Technical Programs at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School 1

2 Your Future Starts Here Peabody Veterans Memorial High School offers six Vocational Technical Programs. They include: Automotive Technology Auto Body Collision Repair Carpentry Cosmetology Culinary Arts Electronics If you make the choice to participate in one of the six Vocational technical programs offered at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School, you will be entering an exciting and challenging four-year journey. You will establish what for many; become lifelong friendships with your classmates and establishing the foundation for a career and higher education. Career & technical programs prepare students for a wide variety of careers as well as assisting students in their plans for college or other post secondary options. The Peabody Vocational Technical Program recognizes that while college is the right choice for many students, for some students, a shorter career-training path makes more sense. There are many careers that recognize 1 and 2 year certificates, as well as union training programs such as carpentry and automotive. Once accepted into the program, students take academic classes at the high school that follow the State Curriculum Frameworks in English, math, social studies, science, physical education, and health. The rigor of the academic subjects prepares students for success on the MCAS. Once accepted into the program, students are under the close supervision of competent technical instructors who stress safety as the priority of every job and learning by doing. As an 8 th grade student there are several ways through which you can learn more about the Vocational Technical Programs at PVMHS: Parents and students are invited to explore the PVMHS Web Site. You will find the Vocational Technical Programs listed under the Academic Subject section. If you are particularly interested in learning more about Automotive, Auto Body or Carpentry; consider joining our after school Technology Club that runs one afternoon per week February-March. All eighth grade students will have the opportunity to participate in the annual career Day event held at the Higgins. Students get to meet current Vocational students who are already enrolled in the program, ask questions, meet the teachers and participate in hands on activities. If you have any questions contact Ms. Maria Ferri, Vocational Director at or via E mail 2

3 Table of Contents Who Can Enroll How to Use This Guide Graduation Requirements College Credit for High School Courses.. 6 Frequently Asked Questions Certifications Available After High School: College or Training.. 8 Contact Information Career Majors Auto Body/Collision Repair Automotive Technology Carpentry Cosmetology Culinary Arts Electronics

4 All Peabody high-school age residents are eligible to enroll in Vocational Technical programs. Current PPS students, private or parochial school students, and home-schooled students may apply for admission to the programs. Students in grade 9, 10, and 11 apply for the program of their choice. Admission is granted based on scholastic achievement, attendance, conduct, recommendations, and an interview. Students with limited English proficiency may receive assistance with the application. Who Can Enroll Students with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations and/or assistance with the application process. Peabody Public Schools do not discriminate base of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, homeless status, or disability. Refer to the PVMHS admissions policy on the web at: olicy.pdf How to Use This Guide There are many great careers available to Peabody Veterans Memorial High School graduates with specialty training such as technical school, apprenticeships, or 1 or 2 or 4-year college programs. As your child begins or progresses through high school, many parents and guardians wonder what careers might be a good fit for their student. Please take time to review this guide and talk with your student about their future. It is never too early to plan to succeed! Parents / Guardians Review this guide with your student. Take the time to talk together about what your student is interested in and might want to pursue after graduation. Look at the Recommended Course of Study for each career preparation major with your student. Review Recommended Elective Courses so that you can help your student choose courses to best meet their career goals. Make an appointment with your student s guidance counselor to review course selections. Talk with your student s teachers at the annual Open House or make an appointment if you have concerns or questions. Sit down with your student to make sure that they are on track. Attend college fairs or make appointments to visit any schools which fit your student s educational goals. PVMHS guidance counselors can help you identify colleges and training programs. Start this process in your student s sophomore or junior year of high school. If your student can earn certificates which will be important to their career, talk with your student s teacher or guidance counselor to make sure that they are on track to meet any requirements or pass any tests. Depending on the course and program, your student can earn college credit for classes at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School. Read more about this on the College Credit for High School Course page and in each individual career preparation major. Students Do you want to do something you love - and earn a great living? It s all possible! As a Peabody Veterans Memorial High School graduate, there are many career options available to you. Want to go to a 4-year college? We can help you get the foundation you need to succeed in college. Don t think a 4-year college is right for you? There are many post high school training programs which can get you in a great career. Computers, medical, culinary, technical - it s all available to you with only a year or two of specialty training. Ready to start work right after high school? You can get on-the-job training or enter an apprenticeship program that can lead to a great paying career. Whatever you want to accomplish, the first step is to complete your high school education. Use this guide to help you plan to succeed! Review this guide and think about what you enjoy doing. Talk with your parent or guardian about post-high school education. Talk to your guidance counselor or teachers about your career options. Check in with them once or twice a year to make sure that you are on track. Take elective courses which will strengthen your training - or step outside your career path and take a course that might broaden your skills. 4

5 Graduation Requirements At Peabody Public Schools, we believe every student should have a strong academic foundation to prepare for success in life. Every student must acquire a minimum number of courses in the subjects listed below. Students also take courses to prepare them for their chosen career or professional track. In many academic areas, we offer courses which can enhance the student s chosen career track, such as a math course which focuses on Engineering or an English course which teaches journalism. All students must also pass the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) exam. English... 4 years (20 credits) Social Studies (1 to be US History I or II)... 3 years (15 credits) Science... 2 years (10 credits) Wellness... (1 semester Gr.9, 10 & 11) (1/2 year-grade 9, 1/2 year-grade 10) Mathematics... 3 years (15 credits) Health... 1/2 year (2.5 credits) Required course credits (65 for Vocational students) Elected course credits (50 for Vocational students) To pass to Grade 10: credits/pass English To pass to Grade 11: credits/pass English To pass to Grade 12: credits/pass English To Graduate Total 115 In addition students must pass all MCAS Testing Requirements. ELA and Math 240 or above (if fulfill the requirements of an Educational Proficiency Plan or EPP). MCAS Science 220 or above. This course of studies should be considered minimum college application requirements. Many colleges require additional courses including computers, math, or science courses. Accelerated and/or Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered for students who wish to take advanced course work in English, mathematics, science, engineering, or social studies. It is possible to elect a technology or a technical major and achieve entrance requirements for college. 5

6 College Credit for High School Courses Articulation Agreements College Credit Want to earn college credit while taking high school courses? Peabody Veterans Memorial High School has articulation agreements with area colleges which allow you to jump-start earning college credits. You can earn credit for Automotive Technology, Business Technology and Culinary Arts. Students receiving a grade of 80% or better in the Peabody Veterans Memorial High School program will receive credit for the articulated college course(s). What is an articulation agreement? An articulation agreement is an agreement between a high school and a college stating that course work completed in high school is equal to college credit. Current Participating Colleges: Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology Johnson and Wales University North Shore Community College Universal Technical Institute Frequently Asked Questions My child is planning to attend college. Aren t Vocational technical programs for students who are going to work after high school? Employers today expect a well-educated employee who makes a life-long commitment to learning. Because PVMHS is a comprehensive high school, the vocational technical students participate in the same college prep academic courses as non vocational students. The difference is that vocational technical students get additional training in the area of their career interest. For example, students interested in electronics careers can work on troubleshooting on computers in need of repair in and around the high school. Some jobs are easy to fix while others are more complex requiring more in depth knowledge and problem solving skills. Situations like these give students real experiences within the electronic field before they leave high school. My child isn t sure of his career yet. How can you help him/her? There are several ways we can help students identify potential areas of career interest. We offer all ninth grade students a career inventory test and time to explore a wide range of career options. We want students to base their future plans using real and up to date information. Our objective is to have our students knowledgeable as to what the hot jobs are and what careers are best suited to their skills and academic goals. My child is in the 10th grade. Is it too late to change or apply to the vocational technical program? While most students are in place freshmen year we do make exceptions. If the student is highly motivated and his/her academic grades are in good standing we will try our best to place students in the program of choice. Why do I have to fill out an Application Form for the Vocational Technical program? Because PVMHS programs are Chapt.74 approved by the state they must follow strict guidelines set by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. All students must fill out an application. Students are selected based on academics, attendance, conduct, recommendations and an interview. I still have questions. Who should I talk to? A good start would be with you guidance counselor. You can also speak directly with Ms. Maria Ferri, Vocational Director, at or by E mail 6

7 Certifications Available to Peabody Veterans Memorial High School Students Auto Body/Collision Repair Auto Body Technology Program Certificate Student ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) 10--Hour OSHA Safety Training Automotive Technology Automotive Technology Program Certificate Student ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) Motor Oil Basic Training Certificate 10--Hour General Safety Certificate Carpentry Carpentry Program Certificate 10-Hour OSHA General Safety Certificate 10-Hour OSHA Construction Safety Certificate Cosmetology Cosmetology Program Certificate 10-Hour OSHA General Safety Certificate Culinary Arts Culinary Arts Program Certificate Serve Safe Food Safety and Sanitation Certificate American Culinary Federation Certificate Pro Start National Certificate of Achievement Electronics Electronics Program Certificate 10-Hour OSHA General Safety Certificate 7

8 What About College or Training After High School? The training Peabody Veterans Memorial High School students receive prepares them for great careers. Depending on the program, students can begin their career right out of high school or enter college or technical programs to enhance their career training and opportunities! We are proud of the students who are accepted into some of the most competitive and prestigious universities, colleges and training programs throughout the United States. Students should be aware that additional academic courses may be required outside of the vocational program in order to be considered for admission to a 4 year college. Take a look at some of the colleges and technical programs our students attend! Automotive Technology Benjamin Franklin Inst. of Tech Middlesex Comm. College ITT Technical Institute Quinsigamond Comm. College Mass Bay Comm. College New England Institute of Tech Cosmetology State Colleges & Universities Catherine Hinds Esthetics Inst. Elizabeth Grady Esthetics Inst. Spa Tech Institute Paul Mitchell School of Design Cosmix Makeup School, Florida Makeup Designory NYC Auto Body/Collision Repair Benjamin Franklin Inst. of Tech ITT Technical Institute Mass Bay Comm. College New England Institute of Tech Springfield Tech Comm. College Culinary Arts Newbury College North Shore Community College Culinary Institute of America Bunker Hill Community College Middlesex Community College Le Cordon Bleu Johnson and Wales Carpentry New England Institute of Tech. Fitchburg State College Wentworth Institute of Tech. ITT Technical Manchester Community College ~ Manchester, NH Southern Maine Comm. College ~ S. Portland, ME Electronics Wentworth Institute of Technology Universal Technical Institute Middlesex Comm. College ITT Technical Institute Salem State College UMass Lowell Northern Essex Comm. College New England Institute of Tech. 8

9 Contact Information We know that trying to navigate through high school can be confusing. We have the guidance services you need. Whether it s questions about graduation requirements or concerns about testing, Peabody Veterans Memorial High School specialists can provide the answers. Check out the list below and contact the appropriate personnel. Don t know where to start? Call the main office at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School and we can connect you to the right person to get your questions answered. PEABODY VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL 485 Lowell Street Peabody, Massachusetts Telephone Facsimile ADMINISTRATION Edward A. Sapienza, Principal Eric Buckley, Assistant Principal Maria Ferri, Vocational School Director ~ ext A HOUSE Dean of Students Mr. Krol ext B HOUSE Dean of Students Mrs. Maniatis ext C HOUSE Dean of Students Dr. Smith ext Head of Guidance Mr. Braganca ext Guidance Counselors Ms. Hernandez ext Ms. Brangiforte ext Guidance Counselors Ms. Dinarello ext Ms. Schoenfeld ext Guidance Counselors Ms. McGovern ext Ms. Mitchell ext

10 Auto Body Technology What can you do with your Auto Body Technology career training? Auto Body technicians work on a wide variety of automobile repairs. Technicians decide which parts to restore or replace and how much time the job should take. Technicians need to have skills ranging from repairing small dents to major auto body damage. Auto Body Technology Career Preparation Auto Body Technology trains students in the skills required to meet the demands of the Auto Body Collision Repair industry. Mastering the skills and tools within the Auto Body Program will give you a great start if you d like to become a highly skilled technician, work at a car dealership, or own your own independent business. Maybe you ve dreamed of specializing and working on luxury cars, racing vehicles or the hybrid cars of the future. The Auto Body Program is the place to begin. Our ASE Certified teachers use National Automotive Technician Education Foundation curriculum (NATEF) to deliver this course of study. Course Name Grade Credits Auto Body Technology I 9 or Auto Body Technology II 10 or Auto Body Technology III 11 or Auto Body Technology IV Related Science What you should know... Auto Body Technology is a competency-based curriculum. Students become familiar with the knowledge and the critical thinking skills required to meet the demands of the industry. Upon successful completion of Auto Body I, II & III, students are eligible to participate in a Co Op Program. Students in senior year may be placed in paid internships with local businesses and receive high school credit. Placements are highly competitive and require students with excellent attendance, good academic grades, knowledge of Auto Body techniques and positive attitude.. Training you need: While high school programs, prepare students for employment, some students opt for trade and technical school programs that typically award certificates to graduates after 6 months to a year of collision repair study. Some community colleges also offer 2-year programs in collision repair. New repairers begin by assisting experienced body repairers in tasks such as removing damaged parts and sanding body panels. Novices learn to remove small dents and make other minor repairs. They then progress to more difficult tasks, such as straightening body parts and installing either repaired or replaced bolt-on parts. Generally, it takes 3 to 4 years of hands-on training to become skilled in all aspects of body repair, Places you can work: Automobile Dealership Auto Body Repair Shop Insurance Agency City & Government Agencies Self-employed What you can earn: Median hourly wages of auto body repairers are approximately $ Most are paid on an incentive basis. Under this system, they are paid a set amount for various tasks, and earnings depend on both the amount of work assigned and how fast it is completed along with a minimum weekly salary. With additional training/ education, what jobs are available? Auto Body Service Techs Collision Repair Manager Collision Repair Technician Collision Repair Estimator Paint Refinishing Technician Insurance Adjuster 10

11 Automotive Technology What can you do with your Automotive Technology career training? Auto repair technicians work in a wide variety of systems in automobiles. Technicians diagnose problems, troubleshoot and make repairs using a variety of tools and equipment. Automotive technicians need to have skills ranging from simple replacement of parts to more complex machines and repairs. Automotive Technology Career Preparation Automotive Technology trains students in the skills required to meet the demands of the automotive industry. We are NATEF (National Automotive Technical Educational Foundation) and AYES (Automotive Youth Education Services) certified. The NATEF program prepares students for employment as an entry level technician in the automotive repair business. Students are prepared to advance their career through additional technical training programs. Sophisticated diagnostic equipment and emissions testing, coupled with real-world experience, enables our students to perform basic repairs on domestic or foreign vehicles. Skills learned include servicing the brake, fuel, exhaust, and suspension systems. Students learn electronic diagnostics, air conditioning repair, and billing procedures. Students also learn engine rebuilding and assembly as well as full electrical and computer diagnostics. Course Name Grade Credits Automotive Technology I 9 or Automotive Technology II 10 or Automotive Technology III 11 or Automotive Technology IV Related Science What you should know... Automotive technology students gain the knowledge and critical thinking skills required to meet the demands of the automotive industry. Upon successful completion of Automotive I, II & III, students are eligible to participate in a Co Op Program. Level 4 students may be placed in paid internships with local businesses and receive high school credit. Placements are highly competitive and require students with excellent attendance, good academic grades, knowledge of automotive techniques and positive attitude.. Training you need: While high school programs, especially those affiliated with the NATEF (National Automotive Technical Educational Foundation) and AYES (Automotive Youth Education Service) program prepare students for employment, some students opt for 1-2 years of additional technical school training. It takes 2-5 years for technicians to become a qualified service technician. Technicians frequently continue their education through manufacturer or specialty certification programs. Places you can work. Automobile Dealerships BMW, Ford, Nissan Automotive Repair Shops Automotive Maintenance Shops Municipal, state & federal agencies Automotive Part and Tire Stores What you can earn: Median hourly wages of automotive technicians and mechanics, including commission, were approximately $ Many experienced technicians receive a commission. Weekly earnings may depend on the amount of work completed. With additional training/ education, what jobs are available? Auto Service Techs/Mechanics Automotive Master Mechanics Automotive Specialty Technicians Bus and Truck Mechanics Diesel Engine Specialists Motorcycle Mechanics Boats/Aircraft 11

12 Carpentry What can you do with your Carpentry career training? Carpentry students are prepared for a variety of positions. Carpenters may work independently or work for a construction company. Carpenters may specialize in custom cabinetry, finish carpentry, kitchen & bath work, or build custom furniture. Training you need: Generally carpenters need 3-4 years of training which includes OSHA Safety, state & local codes, knowledge of materials and basic measurements. Carpentry Career Preparation Carpentry students work on a variety of individual and group projects. Samples of projects include tables, book cases, sheds, entertainment centers and more. Safety in the shop is a priority for all students and staff. All juniors and seniors take the 10 hour OSHA Construction Safety Test for carpenters and receive an official OAHA card upon successful completion of the test. Advanced carpentry students work in teams and begin working on real jobs based in the school or for nonprofit groups. Course Name Grade Credits House and Mill Carpentry I 9 5 House and Mill Carpentry II 10 or House and Mill Carpentry III 11 or House and Mill Carpentry IV Related Science What you should know... The job growth projections will be about 10% statewide over the next ten years. A wide range of skills generally means better opportunities for employment. Generally, carpenters need 3-4 years of training. Most carpenters get their experience through a combination of high school vocational courses and on the job training. Job growth will be about 10% over the next ten years. A wide range of skills generally means more regular employment. Places you can work. Carpenter s Union Carpentry Business Self Employed City and Government Agencies Armed Forces National Guard What you can earn: The median hourly wage and salary for carpenters is approximately $13.55-$23.85 per hour. With additional training/ education, what jobs are available? Carpenter Green Building Home Inspector Furniture Maker House Framing Cabinet Maker Bench Maker Own your own business 12

13 Cosmetology What can you do with your Cosmetology career training? Successful graduates of PVMHS Cosmetology Program are eligible to take the Massachusetts Exam and receive their state license. Due to the growing demand for personal care services, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the Beauty industry will grow be 14% through Cosmetology Career Preparation Did you know that tuition at a private Cosmetology school in Massachusetts averages over $10,000? Peabody Veterans memorial high school has a Massachusetts State Accredited Licensed Cosmetology Program, and offers the same curriculum and training required by the state as a private school. Course Name Grade Credits Cosmo/Fashion/Marketing Exploratory 9 or Cosmetology 1 & Related Science Cosmetology 2 & Related Science What you should know... The PVMHS Cosmetology Program is designed to prepare the student to successfully pass the licensing exam required by the state. There are tremendous opportunities in the Beauty Industry including hairstylist, makeup artist, hair color specialist, nail technician, sales representative, salon owner or esthetician. These are just a few of the many careers available to you within the Cosmetology field. Training you need: In order to work as a hairstylist or cosmetologist, one must attend a statelicensed cosmetology school and be at least 16 years old. In some states one must earn a high school or equivalency diploma as well. Training programs in hairstyling and cosmetology last approximately nine months and may result in earning an associate degree. Places you can work. Spas Salons Cruise Ships Cosmetic Companies Professional Hair Care Companies What you can earn: The median hourly wages for hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists, including tips and commission, can range between $11.00-$25.00 per hour. With additional training/ education, what jobs are available? Hair Stylist Skin Care Specialist Platform Artist Nail Technician Spa Technician Salon Manager Own your own business 13

14 Culinary Arts What can you do with your Culinary Arts career training? Students are prepared for careers as food prep workers, servers, managers, and chefs. Chefs prepare everything from casual meals to elaborate desserts. Food service workers prep food for cooking and perform simple tasks. Research chefs develop recipes. Bakers exercise their creativity creating fancy pastries. Training in the culinary arts can also lead to front-of-the-house careers as servers, hosts, or managers. Everyone from the dishwasher to the head chef contributes to putting out a good quality product and to running a successful business. Culinary Arts Career Preparation Culinary students develop transferable skills as well as practical skills. Students can choose to enter the work force and/or continue with their education. Students are trained in cooking techniques, baking, restaurant service, and management. Projects include menu development, inventory, teamwork building and cash management. Course Name Grade Credits Culinary Arts Exploratory 9 or Culinary Arts Bakeshop 10, 11 or 12 5 Culinary Arts Cooking Tech & Rest Mgmt. 11 or Advanced Culinary Arts 11 or What you should know PVMHS has two settings in which culinary students gain valuable hands on experience. The daily coffee shop is available to all PVMHS staff and features a wide variety of baked goods and light lunches. The Melting Pot Restaurant features more formal weekly buffets. Students are involved in all aspects of the restaurant including ordering food, planning menus and food preparation. They use equipment that is found in commercial kitchens including Hobart mixers, convection ovens, grills, steamers, commercial dish machine and point of sale (POS) system. Students are prepared for careers as food prep workers, servers, managers, and chefs. Training you need: Entry-level food prep, line-cooks, and servers generally need a high school diploma and on-the-job experience. Chefs, pastry chefs, managers and food scientists need a 2- or 4-year certificate or college degree. On-the job training and mentoring from experienced chefs is common. Places you can work. Restaurant Hotel Resort Convention Center Armed Forces City and Government Agencies What you can earn: Average salary for chefs ranges from $35,000 -$100,000 per yr. Restaurant chefs earn 20,400-35,000. Food prep employees earn $14,000-21,500. With additional training/ education, what jobs are available? Cook Executive Chef Sous Chef Chef Manager Kitchen Manager Line Cook Restaurant Manager Own your own business 14

15 Electronics Electronics Career Preparation PVMHS Electronics students graduate with a solid understanding of electronics. These skills will serve as the basis for continued education and training. There are many career options for electronic students including green technology, construction, residential and business electronics and security systems. Course Name Grade Credits Electronics 1 & Related Science 9 or Electronics 2 & Related Science 10 or Electronics 3 & Related Science 11 or Electronics 4 & Related Science What you should know... Electronic students follow a sequence of courses and cover the basics of electronic circuitry. Students will gain an in depth study of semiconductors, amplifiers, circuits, diodes and transistors. Advanced students will have exposure and training in the operation and trouble-shooting of microprocessor computers. Students will receive instruction in fiber optics and robotics technology. Electronic lv receive training in PC Networking. Students practice the following techniques: analyzing systems, diagnosing, isolating, and servicing typical network malfunctions. Management, entrepreneurship and industry regulations within the electronics area will also be explored. What can you do with your Electronics career training? Electronics students help engineers design and build experimental models, set up and repair equipment, and do complex assembly and inspection work. Because the field is broad, technicians often specialize in one area. Increasing industrial automation and use of computers and electronic equipment to automate paperwork and production processes contribute to the continued demand for skilled electronic workers. Training you need: PVMHS students who follow the sequence of Electronics courses are trained in basic electronics for entry level work. Most positions in this field require additional 2-4 years of study in a technical school or college. Places you can work. Electronic Corporations High Tech Firms Copier Companies Cable/Communication Companies IT Departments Electric Supply Companies Computer Repairs Self-employed What you can earn: Employees in the Electronics field can earn $ $60.00 per hr. With additional training/ education, what jobs are available? Network Technician Computer Repair Technician Electronics Technician Mechanic/Engineer Electrician Teacher/Trainer Security/Communications Own your own business 15

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