2022 - 2023 MCPS High School Course Bulletin


Aviation and Aerospace Pilot Pathway

Aviation and Aerospace is a full-time program, beginning in Grade 9, for students interested in flight and aircraft systems and/or Unmanned Aircraft Systems. The pilot pathway introduces students to safety, aerodynamics, aircraft systems, instrumentation, flight physiology and flight planning. Students can work toward obtaining a private pilot’s license. The upper-level courses in the pathway will prepare students for postsecondary education, Federal Aviation Administration Part 107 certification exams, and careers in the aviation and aerospace industry. This program is guided by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA).

TRN2011Principles of Aviation and Aerospace
TRN2010Exploring Aviation and Aerospace
TRN2018Introduction to Flight
TRN2019Aircraft Systems
TRN2020 / TRN2021Private Pilot Fundamentals 1
TRN2022 / TRN2023Unmanned Aircraft Systems 1
TRN2024A / TRN2024BUAS Flight 1
TRN2025A / TRN2025BPilot Flight

Automotive Collision Repair

The Automotive Collision Repair program prepares students interested in pursuing a career in the automotive collision field. Students learn through authentic experiences as they use tools and materials to repair panels, doors, windows, and other damaged parts of automobile bodies, and painting techniques. Students completing this program are eligible to receive recognized industry certifications. This course is aligned with the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Education Foundation Paint & Refinish and Non-Structural standards. The Thomas Edison HS of Technology program includes additional certifications in the area of Non-structural Repair.

TRN2008A / TRN2008BAutomotive Collision Repair 1A DP
TRN2009A / TRN2009BAutomotive Collision Repair 2A DP
TRN2010A / TRN2010BAutomotive Collision Repair 3A DP
TRN2016Automotive Collision Repair Internship
TRN2013A / TRN2013BAutomotive Collison Repair 1A TP
TRN2014A / TRN2014BAutomotive Collison Repair 2A TP