Architecture Design & Engineering (ADE)
Have you thought about trying something new and exciting? How about a CAD (Computer Aided Design) class for developing your skills and understanding of basic computer drafting and engineering and/or meeting a math requirement? Not a member of ADE academy? Not a problem. You can still enroll in this class.
Watch the video below and check out what the course includes, who teaches it and what other benefits it may have to offer you! If you are still interested, make sure to see your counselor and ask to sign up!
A Green House at Cosumnes Oaks High School!
Cosumnes Oaks Design and Engineering Academy (ADE) students use their energy-efficient house as learning laboratory and have spent hours during their junior year watching construction workers build a ...more
Architecture, Design & Engineering Academy (ADE)
Are you interested in exploring the fields of engineering, construction, architecture or design? If you answered "yes" to any (or all) of these, the ADE Academy is for you!
Incoming Freshman that wish to be considered for the academy in their sophomore year should sign up for either Exploring Tech A & B, CAD or Building Trades. Students that complete these classes will have first priority when applicants are screened.
If you would like more information to learn more about the endless opportunities in the fields of engineering and architecture.
Benefits of Membership for ADE Students
- field trips
community service opportunities
options to earn college credit
exposure to industry software
job internships/job shadowing opportunities
participation in competitions (such as the Youth Energy Summit (YES), Solar Sprint Car competition, Design/Build (shed building at CRC), Robotics Club, Engineering Club, and Solar Regatta competition)
school within a school learning environment
ADE Program of Study
ADE Academy Electives
ADE Academy Elective Courses include:
- Exploring Technology
- Building Trades 2
- Principals of Engineering B
- Engineering Design A and B
Please Note: Incoming Freshman that wish to be considered for the academy in their sophomore year should sign up for either Exploring Tech A & B, CAD or Building Trades.
Students that complete these classes will have first priority when applicants are screened. We also add interested and qualified students after their 9th and 10th grade years if space is available. Academy courses missed in the 10th grade year may be made up in the 11th or 12th grade.
- Visual and Performing Arts
- CTE Academies and Pathways
- Other Programs
- Local Control Accountability Program (LCAP)