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Welcome to JMRHS Academy of Engineering & Automation!

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Reminders, Updates and Important Information

March 15, 2017: 
10th grade field trip to Hendrick Motorsports
March 30, 2017: 
Spirit Night @ Dave & Busters in Concord Mills
6:00-9:00 10% of all proceeds (food, non-alcoholic beverages, and power cards) go the Academy of Engineering & Automation
7:00 pm - Parent Advisory Team meeting - join us in the private dining room to get the most up-to-date information about AOEA as well as ways you can get more involved in our Academy. 

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The Academy of Engineering & Automation (AOEA) is a four-year career academy affiliated with the National Academy Foundation (NAF). It is a smaller learning community in which a cohort of students have core and CTE classes together. Academy teachers share the cohort students and work together to integrate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math into their curricula as well as develop interdisciplinary projects.

About NAF

The National Academy Foundation (NAF) is a non-profit organization established in 1989. The mission of the National Academy Foundation (NAF) is to sustain a national network of career academies to support the development of America's youth toward personal and professional success in high school, in higher education, and throughout their careers. NAF Academies function as dynamic partner-ships and collaborations between schools, teachers, administrators, business volunteers, and an active Advisory Board led by industry professionals. www.naf.org

Did you know...

  • Manufacturing today isn’t about standing on an assembly line all day.  It’s about working with computers and robots and operating high-tech equipment.
  • Manufacturing remains NC’s largest industry sector, contributing more to the state GDP than any other sector.
  • NC is the 4th largest manufacturing state in the nation.
  • NC ranks 1st among southeastern states and 10th in the nation for jobs in manufacturing by employing more than 430,000 people.  

Last Modified on March 13, 2017