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Read a recent graduates experiences with CHS' School-to-Work program

Colin Brenner's Mechanical Design

The following students passed the SolidWorks Certified Associates exam (CSWA) this past week. The CSWA is a three hour industry benchmark exam that tests students ability to create 3D solid models of parts, work with advanced geometric construction, and complete and evaluate complex assemblies.

Left to right: Hoyt Retzer, Devyn Urban, Henry Hathaway, Jackson Liermann, Joey Jaeger, Roman Skorupa, Danny Goebel, Kyler Konen, Ryan Ullius, Payton Feucht, and Austin Dechant


A big thank you to Jim Wessing and the Kondex Corporation who raised $2000.00 for the CHS Technology Education program during the recent I Make America Manufacturing Tour. Pictured is Jim Wessing, President of Kondex and Kevin Hein Technology and Engineering instructor at Campbellsport High School.


Technology Education Courses

High School Courses
Introduction to Woodworking & Technology, Metals and Machining Technology, Welding Technology, Residential Construction, Small Engines, Video Game Design & Development, Mechanical Design for Engineers, Advanced Mechanical Design for Engineers, Architecture, Advanced Woodworking Technology, Advanced Metals & Machining, Advanced Welding & Product Engineering, Basic Electricity, Digital Illustration & Design, Advanced Video Game Design & Development, Women in Industry, and 2D Mechanical Design for Engineers.
Course Descriptions

Middle School Courses

Woods, Architecture, and STEM (required for grades 6-8)