Career & Technical Education

Student Development

The Lemont High School Career & Technical Education Department believes students should develop the following characteristics: 

  • Ability to blend laboratory and classroom instruction 
  • Understanding of course material in order to achieve mastery in their chosen area 
  • Knowledge of specific areas of interest in the curricular areas of Business Education, Family and Consumer Sciences, and Industrial Technology

Courses offered within these areas of study help students develop skills that are necessary to become productive members of the workforce. Courses offer students an opportunity to explore career opportunities as they move from introductory to advanced curriculum.

Student Expectations

Based on abilities and course level, students are expected to: 

  • Master skills in their respective areas 
  • Demonstrate craftsmanship, creativity and job-specific skills 
  • Develop interpersonal and cooperative skills 
  • Employ technology to accomplish goals

Grading Standards

Student grades are determined by their level of mastery of skills in their respective areas, in accordance with course requirements.

Course Descriptions

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Career & Technical Education Department

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Scott Duensing

Scott Duensing

Career & Technical Education Chair
John Aspel

John Aspel

Business Teacher
John Crane

John Crane

Industrial Technology Teacher
Matt Davis

Matt Davis

Industrial Technology Teacher, Performing Arts Center Manager
Mark Hollatz

Mark Hollatz

Business Teacher, Head Boys' Golf Coach, Head Girls' Bowling Coach
Matthew Jordan

Matthew Jordan

Business Teacher
Stephanie Krolo

Stephanie Krolo

Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher
Marcy Paddock

Marcy Paddock

Mathematics Teacher, Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher