Engineering, Manufacturing and Design

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Engineering, Manufacturing and Design Pathway

Is the Engineering, Manufacturing and Design Pathway Right for Me?

Offered at Englewood High School and Colorado’s Finest High School of Choice, the Engineering, Manufacturing and Design pathway is a strong fit for curious and inquisitive students who are passionate about investigating and figuring out how things work. From launching space explorations to delivering safe, clean water to communities, engineers find solutions to pressing problems and turn their ideas into reality.

The Engineering, Manufacturing and Design pathway empowers students to step into the role of an engineer, adopt a problem solving mindset, and make the leap from dreamers to doers. Students learn from experts and engage in compelling, real world challenges that help them become better collaborators and critical thinkers. The skills and knowledge students learn from the Engineering, Manufacturing and Design pathway will be used in high school and beyond.

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WATCH: Hands-On Learning Engages Engineering Pathway Students


  • The median annual income for architecture and engineering occupations is $79,180.
  • Engineering occupations are projected to grow 10–14% by 2026, adding 194,300 jobs.*

*US Bureau of Labor Statistics


  • Engineering (design, mechanical, biochemical, electrical, civil, aerospace)
  • Mechanical Design and Fabrication
  • Design Technology
  • Engineering Technology

For more information, contact:

Dr. Diana Zakhem, Director of Secondary Success
Thomas Rode, Assistant Principal at Englewood High School


The Englewood Schools STEAM pathways provide students with rigorous coursework and build technical skills through hands-on applied learning in a career interest area. Participation in a sequence of courses within a pathway prepares students for college and careers.

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STEAM pathways in Englewood Schools offer high school students the opportunity to earn and participate in the following:

  • College credit
  • Advanced Placement credit
  • Industry certificates
  • State-recognized STEM-endorsed diploma
  • Internships
  • Apprenticeships
  • Capstone projects