WMHS Innovation Pathways Overview
- Open enrollment – No minimum GPA required
- 4-Year Pathways: Advanced Manufacturing & Biotechnology
- Hands-on, student-centered experiences
- Work with industry partners
- Be prepared for college or careers with regional high employment demand
- Programs began September 2020
- For more information & enrollment details, connect with your guidence counselor
- Program Coordinator Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Required courses include: Engineering Essentials, Drafting/AutoCAD, Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, Computer Science
Capstone Project (Seniors)
Hands-on shop experiences
Pathway to college or a career in the manufacturing industry
Required courses include: Principals of Biomedical Science, Medical Interventions, Biotechnology, Forensic Science
Capstone Project (Seniors)
Hands-on laboratory experiences
Pathway to college or a career in the biotech industry
Additional Program Details
Machinist Training Program
Gloucester High School
Manufacturing companies on the North Shore are actively looking for trained machinists. North Shore Community College is offering free training starting in the Spring, as well as assistance with job placement. Click on the icon to the right to learn more!
Thank You Cummings Foundation!
Woburn Memorial High School (WMHS) is one of the 130 local nonprofits to receive a grant of $100,000 through Cummings Foundation’s $20 Million Grant Program. The high school was chosen from a total of 738 applicants during a competitive review process.
The Cummings $20 Million Grant Program supports Massachusetts nonprofits that are based in and primarily serve Middlesex, Essex, and Suffolk counties. WMHS has identified a need within our school and community for a trained workforce in manufacturing and biotechnology. We will address this need through the implementation of two Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Innovation Pathways in our school – Advanced Manufacturing and Biotechnology.
Innovation Pathways are designed for students to have coursework (including college and college-level courses) and relevant work experience through internships and capstone projects in specific, high demand industries. Community and industry partnerships have been created to provide students with real-world work experience.
With the assistance of the Cummings Foundation’s grant funding, WMHS will acquire durable equipment, hire extra staff for teaching and support, implement Project Lead The Way and other courses, provide professional development, transport students to industry partner sites, and develop marketing and advertising materials. Please see cummingsfoundation.org for more information regarding Cummings $20 Million Grant Program.