Fashion Curriculum

Courses

 
 AA700 - INTRODUCTORY FASHION

This course provides opportunities for the student to develop basic skills in hand and machine sewing

techniques, in the selection, use, and care of basic sewing equipment and to study commercial patterns and simple clothing construction. Emphasis is given to the formation of good work habits, wise use of time, energy and money. Students are responsible for their fabric, notions, supplies, and patterns. (A basic tool kit can be purchased in class.)


0.5 credit - open to grades 11, and 12 and grade 10 as space is available


AA701- INTERMEDIATE FASHION

Having had basic experiences in other simple forms of clothing instruction, the student will receive

instruction in new skills for shaping and fitting garments. Application of basic construction methods will be produced with a greater accuracy. Students are responsible for their fabric, notions, supplies, and patterns.


0.5 credit - open to grades 11, and 12 and grade 10 as space is available

Prerequisite: Introductory Fashion


 AA702- ADVANCED FASHION

Provides experience in advanced clothing construction techniques including linings. Students are

responsible for their fabric, notions, supplies, and patterns.


0.5 credit – open to grades 11, 12

Prerequisite: Intermediate Fashion


AA720 - PATTERN DRAFTING I

Students will use their knowledge of previous fashion classes to learn a flat pattern method of design.

This course is helpful for students considering a career in the fashion industry. Students are responsible for their fabric, notions, and supplies.


 0.5 credit 
- open to grades 11 and 12

Prerequisite: Advanced Fashion


 AA721- PATTERN DRAFTING II

Students will use their knowledge of previous fashion classes, while building on the skills learned in

Pattern Drafting I, to learn the draping method of design. This course is helpful for students considering a career in the fashion industry. Students are responsible for their fabrics, notions, and supplies.


0.5 credit – open to grades 11 and 12

Prerequisite: Pattern Drafting I