• Using electrical codes as guidance, electrical students learn the correct installation of various wiring schemes used in all types of construction. The electrical program provides students with a broad range of experiences covering many new technologies in power, communication, energy conservation, audio/video, security, fire safety, and lighting. Theory classes conform to state standards allowing students to earn class-time hours required by the state to become a licensed electrician. The program works with Cape Cod Community College to help develop initiatives using high tech energy management systems as well as renewable energy projects. The program recently installed a new photovoltaic system for the horticulture retail center and has plans to add similar systems in the school. The students also assisted in the installation of a small wind generator on campus, a first for Cape Cod and our school. Qualified students participate in a strong cooperative work program with many employers in the area. Many students retain their employment in the electrical field upon graduation.




    • 2016 Median National Wage
      $52,720/year, $25.35/hr
    • 2016 Mean State Wage
      $66,130/year, $31,80/hr

    • Residential, industrial, and commercial wiring 
    • Draw electrical schematics
    • Control and protection
    • Electrical distribution
    • Metering

    • OSHA 10 Construction



    • Residential, industrial, and
       commercial electrician
    • Maintenance electrician
    • Electrical equipment sales
    • Industrial controls technician
    • Communications installer
    • Fire alarm system installer
    • Electrical manufacturing
    • Electrical supply worker
    • Appliance repair technician





    • Electrical technician
    • Small business management
    • Electrical contractor
    • Fiber optics technician


    • Electrical engineer
    • Theater lighting technician
    • Lighting designer

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