Beavercreek City Schools and Greene County Career Center have partnered to offer Project Lead the Way engineering programs at both Ankeney and Coy Middle Schools and at Beavercreek High School. Greene County Career Center provides the teaching staff, equipment and technology needed to give students the best instructional environment. App Design and Development leads students through a journey of learning how computer applications are coded, designed and implemented. This class is provided for seventh and eighth graders. Eighth graders are also offered Automation and Robotics and Flight and Space. Automation and Robotics explores designing, building and programming robotic devices that can be used in manufacturing or for personal use. Flight and Space delves into aviation and flight principals as students begin by using computer-aided design to create airplanes and move into more advanced aviation and aerospace principles. At the high school level, students may learn engineering design, applied engineering, digital electronics, computer science principles and aerospace engineering. All high school classes may lead to college credit.
Career-Technical Student Organization affiliation - TSA.