This year, we were not able to hold student orientation days.
If you're an incoming student, please take the time to watch this video. Additional information will be shared during the first week of class.
If you enjoy helping others and learning about proper care in emergencies, then you should consider Fire & Rescue.
In this program, you will learn:
Employment and admission to specialty training programs can be competitive. To increase your chances, do your best in all high school classes.
The following courses will help prepare you for the Fire & Rescue career program, further education and training, and a career in the fire and rescue industry:
Fire & Rescue I
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
All career and salary information is cited from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The typical student is one who enjoys hands-on learning. Successful students have the patience and attention to detail that are necessary to solve problems, and they can work on projects independently or with other students. They take initiative, check their work as needed, and stay on task without constant supervision. Safety is a primary focus in the Fire & Rescue program, and students must follow guidelines to keep themselves and others safe.
Upon completion of this program, many students continue their education in 2- and 4-year postsecondary degree programs. You may also begin entry-level employment in the fire and rescue industry.