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The HVAC/R teaching staff is dedicated in the teaching and hands on instruction of the student. The students will learn both from textbooks and from shop projects. Students will also get the opportunity to perform tasks throughout the school as they arise. The course is structured to adhere to the schools Mission Statement.

The HVAC/R field is in high demand and students will enter the job market with many opportunities. Students may also decide to continue on with their field and attend trade schools or colleges to receive a degree in the HVAC/R field.


  • Complete modern shop environment
  • Equipment of latest manufacturing department Federal safety     standards
  •  Co-op employment opportunities

Employment Opportunities

  • Construction Companies 
  • Heating Contractors 
  • Corporation Maintenance  Department 
  • Refrigeration Trucking Firms, 
  • Hospitals 
  •  Computer Companies 
  • Refrigeration Contractors 
  • Self-Employment


Students enter the shop in tech awareness and are introduced to piping and electrical projects.

They are also introduced to the basics of refrigeration.


Junior year focuses on Commercial refrigeration. Related classes learn what they need to know to work in the commercial refrigeration world. Shop work reinforces these lessons with constructive projects related to commercial refrigeration. Students learn and take their 608 Universal EPA lesson.


The students are challenged with many electrical projects as the sophomore year focuses on Electricity. The students learn from the Russell Smith book Electricity for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.


Senior year focuses on heating. Students learn in class and in shop about boilers and furnaces. Students pipe in their own boilers and learn about set-up and operation.