Los Molinos High School

Los Molinos has a tradition of excellence, continuous improvement, and high standards. Our schools seek to meet the needs of all students and to prepare them for the challenges of the future. We strive to help students learn, become critical thinkers, and to become responsible members of our democratic society.

LOS MOLINOS CONTACT:

Phone: (530) 384-7900
Website: http://www.lmusd.net
Address: 7900 Sherwood Blvd, Los Molinos, CA 96055

Advanced Manufacturing

​Intro: Computers & Design (SolidWorks, G-Code, Plasma)

Intro: Basic Ag Mechanics

Concentrator: Advanced Ag Mechanics

Capstone: Welding Fabrication

  • Ag Computers

    This is a computer-based engineering graphics course that introduces students to graphical design and problem solving using freehand sketching and a solid modeling application. Topics include sketching and modeling using extrudes, sweeps, and lofts. Additional topics include assemblies development and detail drawing output. Graphics standards including American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Y14.5 and international standards application will be introduced and practiced.

  • Basic Ag

    This course focuses on the basic fundamentals of Agriculture Mechanics as it relates to modern Agriculture Industry practices and techniques. Emphasis will be made towards establishing a safe, hazard free learning environment. Employability skills will be fostered through a variety of methods including, but not limited to, hands-on applications, collaborative projects, student presentations, research inquiries, and guest speakers. Organization skills as well as record keeping will be emphasized through the in-class binder portfolio and the FFA record Book.

  • Advanced Ag

    This course focuses on the advanced fundamentals of Agriculture Mechanics as it relates to modern Agriculture Industry practices and techniques. Emphasis will be made towards establishing a safe, hazard free learning environment. Employability skills will be fostered through a variety of methods including, but not limited to, hands-on applications, collaborative projects, student presentations, research inquiries, and guest speakers. Organization skills as well as record keeping will be emphasized through the in-class binder portfolio and the FFA record Book.

  • Welding Fabrication

    This course focuses on combining the skills they have developed from Ag Computers & Design, Basic and Advanced Agriculture Mechanics to develop and create projects as it relates to modern Agriculture Industry practices and techniques. Emphasis will be made towards establishing a safe, hazard free learning environment. Employability skills will be fostered through a variety of methods including, but not limited to, hands-on applications, collaborative projects, student presentations, research inquiries, industry tours and guest speakers. Organization skills as well as record keeping will be emphasized through the in-class binder portfolio and the FFA record Book.