Fashion & Interior Design
This pathway map represents a suggested sequence of courses leading to capstone, work-based learning, and post-secondary experiences which will assist students in being as successful as possible after leaving high school. Although each student will personalize their experiences, the earlier a student begins this sequence, the more opportunities students will have to fully explore the educational and community options available. These sequences should be coupled with appropriate core courses, as well as life-skills and courses in a student’s area of interest.
Fashion & Sewing - Clothing Construction 1 - FCS3010, .5-credit, Grades 9-12, Course Fee: $30
All students from any level of sewing ability will learn to use a sewing machine and pattern to plan and complete sewing projects. Fashion, sewing, and consumer skills are emphasized. A variety of career options in the clothing and fashion industries are explored. Each student will complete at least one machine sewing project using pattern and construction skills. Advanced students may work ahead on new skills independently. Units of study include: fabrics and their care, line and design, color, pattern selection, clothing construction, and careers.
Fashion Merchandising & Advanced Sewing - FCS3020, .5-credit, Grades 10-12, Course Fee: $30
Successful students will have completed Fashion & Sewing with a “C” or better.
Learn about careers in fashion design and merchandising while developing your own style. Work with elements and principles of design, forecast and promote fashion products, and enhance your sewing knowledge with more complex projects. Create clothing and accessories using patterns or your imagination to create your own designs. Students may also wish to purchase project materials during our fabric store field trip.
Interior Architecture - FCS3040, .5-credit, Grades 10-12, Course Fee: $20
Are you a creative person? This course provides an opportunity to study how environments affect people. Learn ways to select and improve your surroundings. Consider housing needs and values, use elements and principles of design to analyze your environment, investigate architectural styles, create floor plans and models, design and decorate a space, and have fun!
**Industry certification can be earned.