While working alongside industry professionals, curious problem solving students in the Aerospace Pathway will be prepared for success after high school. Earning industry recognized certifications from companies such as SolidWorks, Mastercam, Haas, Snap-on, Stratasys and Project Management Institute, students will be prepared for technician level employment after graduation. For students pursuing higher education, Aerospace courses will provide learning experiences that will offer a competitive advantage when applying for admissions into engineering or advanced manufacturing programs. Come learn about electronics, launch rockets, produce a part on a CNC Mill or design a product to help make future human habitation in space possible while studying Aerospace at the EPIC campus in Littleton Public Schools.

Attend the Aerospace Information Night
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December 12, 6:30-7:30 pm
Arapahoe High School Forum
Speakers: Aerospace Pathway Lead Dan Steepleton, EPIC Principal Travis Amonson, Industry Partners

It is recommended that students take one or more of the following classes at their home high school before enrolling in classes at the EPIC Campus in the Aerospace Pathway:

  • ArapahoePrinciples of Engineering and Technology, Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Heritage - Principles of Engineering and Technology, Introduction to Engineering Design, Manufacturing Technology
  • LittletonMYP Design Technology, Engineering
  • Options - Construction Technology

Have questions? Contact the Aerospace Pathway Lead Dan Steepleton at dsteepleton[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us.

 

Dan Steepleton

Dan is honored to serve as the Aerospace Pathway lead for Littleton Public Schools. During his time in education, he has taught science, technology, and engineering courses for both Jefferson County and Littleton Public Schools.

In this new role, he is excited to work alongside post-secondary and industry partners to design learning experiences that will prepare students for future careers in the aerospace industry.