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CHS Robotics Students Receive College Credit and Industry Certification

Cleveland High School Robotics Academy students have the opportunity to receive college level instruction and industry certifications through Dual Enrollment Mechatronics Courses at Cleveland High School through a partnership with Cleveland State Community College. During the 2018-2019 school year, 21 students received twelve credits and 18 students received six credits towards their A.A.S in Mechatronics from Cleveland State Community College. In addition to these credit hours, 13 of 19 students received a passing mark and internationally recognized Mechatronics Certification in the rigorous Siemens Level 1 Certification Exam. The CHS Robotics Academy has also awarded 12 student FANUC Robotics Certifications for programming and operating of FANUC industrial robotic arms. Eighteen more students should complete the training next school year.