Flour Bluff High School Among 60 Schools Nationwide to Offer Engineering Program

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Thursday, January 3, 2013

Flour Bluff High School sophomore Travis Granberry, 15, wants to be an engineer and is considering a career in the petroleum industry.

A planned expansion in engineering-based programming at Flour Bluff in the 2013-14 academic year aims to help students like Travis expand their options as they prepare for college-level courses.

Flour Bluff High School is one of 60 schools nationwide set to offer a pilot course in computer science and software engineering as part of programming from national curriculum provider Project Lead the Way.

In addition, the school plans to add aerospace and civil engineering classes, as well as architecture programming in fall 2013.

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