Students who study technology at the HS level enjoy the options of information science and media technology.
In information science, students use programming and software engineering principles to design and develop algorithms and programs. They will also develop an understanding of the ethics of computer use and the impact of information technology on the community, and will explore post secondary education and career paths in computer science.
- AP (Advanced Placement) Courses
- Music in the High School Division
- Technology in the High School Division
- French in the High School Division
- Science in the High School Division
- Art in the High School Division
- Physical Education in the High School Division
Communication technology students learn about design and production processes in the area of electronic, live, recorded, and graphic communications. Students create, manage, and distribute complex electronic, graphic, recorded, or audio-visual projects independently and in project teams.
Embracing 21st century technology, Mentor College has a mobile iPad lab – which allows teachers the opportunity to expand on the curriculum in an engaging and exciting way through the use of devices that are familiar to the students.