FHS and PVHS automotive courses are held off campus at the FMS CATE Center. Bus transportation is provided for each student. Each course is 2 periods long. Three courses are taught per day. Safety training is stressed and must be passed to continue studies in automotive repair. Course studies include: Engine Repair & Overhaul, Engine Performance & Electricity, Brakes & Suspension. Classes are for the entire school year. Students will rotate through the year starting in the fall and have a basic knowledge of hand tools, automobile maintenance, and service during their first year of studies. Students are allowed to work on their own vehicles as knowledge is gained.
Any student looking to discover a path to success through business and entrepreneurship would strongly benefit from the Piedra Vista High School Business Program of Study. The program is a collective effort that encompasses the classes of Introduction to Business, Marketing, Accounting, Desktop Publishing, Co-op (work study) and Business Law. In addition, students may participate in extra curriculum activities, such as DECA. If you are looking for real world work and business experience, look no further, The PVHS Business Program of Study will prepare you for a future in business and entrepreneurship.
Students will study and apply basic culinary essentials. Culinary Essentials I and II is a dual credit class that follows that curriculum of Eastern New Mexico University. Students will learn about safety and sanitation in the kitchen. Every student will be ServSafe certified and can use the certification for employment in the food industry. The course will cover basic information, cooking techniques, and recipes for pastry, breads, sauces, vegetables, fruits, pasta, beef, poultry, fish, and many more topics. The skills learned in Culinary Essentials are utilized for the multiple catering jobs the class will undertake every semester; from sports banquets to luncheons, our students practice and apply culinary arts on a regular basis. An important aspect of the class is learning about food systems,
restaurant and eating trends, and cooking with the freshest and best ingredients possible.
The Digital Media Program of Study provides an introduction to the world of digital visual arts, such as digital photography, 3D animation, and advanced computer projects.
Students interested in teaching or other careers in the field of education will want to explore this program of study.
Engineering for Power and Energy introduces students to the many career and educational opportunities that exist in the energy and power industry. This program is a project based curriculum that encourages student to plan and construct working systems that revolve around the energy and power industry.
FHS and PVHS welding courses are held off campus at the CATE Center. Bus transportation is provided. Driving to the CATE Center is allowed with parent permission. The two-period courses are taught progressively throughout the year, and each course must be entered at the beginning of the fall semester due to the required safety training that takes place at the beginning of the school year.
Parents are encouraged to communicate with their student's counselor at 505-599-8880 (plus extension number) or Pattie Trevizo, Guidance Secretary, at 505-599-8776.
9TH GRADE COUNSELOR (A-Z) : Rachel Yazzie via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone extension 3228