The Academy offers students a variety of courses to prepare for careers in computer science, technology implementation, and integration. Divisions within the Academy include technical support, programming, web development, and networking. Multiple opportunities exist for industry certifications. Students are exposed to not just the physical technology but the science and art that is the foundation of technological creation. This Academy is affiliated with the Cisco Networking Academy.
The Academy offers a comprehensive and integrated approach to prepare students for careers in print, web, broadcast communication, and photographic design. Divisions within the Academy include digital video production, digital multimedia design, game & simulation animation, and digital photography. Students have the opportunity to work in studio labs with dedicated industry quality equipment.
The Academy is designed for students interested in architecture, engineering, construction, drafting, computer-aided manufacturing, electronics, and interior design. Students have an opportunity to work in a small-scale fabrication lab with CNC machines, plotters, wood and metalworking machines, and promotional products manufacturing equipment. The Academy is affiliated with Project Lead the Way, a national pre-engineering curriculum. Opportunities exist for applied dual enrollment at Daytona State.
The Academy is designed to prepare students in the hospitality and tourism career cluster. The curriculum is sponsored by the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation (NRAEF). The divisions offered in this academy area culinary arts and lodging & tourism. Students will gain hands-on experience in venue operation, culinary operations, entertainment management, and lodging.
The Academy focuses on preparing students for public service through various professional careers such as firefighting, law enforcement, education, fish & wildlife officers, and the military. The Military Division of this academy features the Air Force JROTC program. Opportunities exist for dual enrollment and vocational certifications.
The Academy is designed for students with career interests in medical, environmental, and research fields. The Divisions include human & life sciences, environmental sciences, and biomedical technology. The environmental sciences division has a course study in the natural resources, veterinary sciences, and aquaculture. By design, the biotechnology division requires completion of college-level courses and the rigors of high-level sciences and mathematics.
The Academy provides a path for athletic training, sports administration, sports marketing, and fitness physiology. Students have the opportunity to work with existing athletic teams, the faculty and staff wellness program, and the athletic department to gain hands-on sports science experience.
The Academy prepares students for careers in the performing and visual arts. The goal is to develop and refine student natural talent and/or interest in areas such as The Visual Arts: ceramics, sculpting, drawing, painting and The Performing Arts: band, chorus, dance, drama, musical theater, orchestra, and music theory. In addition, students are able to learn about the business and supportive aspects of careers in the arts. The Academy prepares students for multiple Advanced Placement Courses within the visual and performing arts.
with AP and Dual Enrollment Options