La Mirada High School

Welding and Mobile Training

Master Advanced Welding While Earning OSHA 10 Certification

11th and 12th grade high school students participating in the summer advanced welding skills pathway earn OSHA 10 certification and learn key supervisory skills by leading welding camps for younger high school and middle school students. Mobile training is offered to middle school students participating in the district’s academic learning recovery programs to offer hands-on engagement with class subject matter. The program is led by Brent Tuttle, a 2020 winner of the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence.

In the summer of 2022, the participating high school students mentored 39 middle school students.  Middle school students built barbeques and charcuterie boards under the supervision of 12 high school mentors. In addition, La Mirada High School hosted several mobile training courses for middle school students, where they learned introductory carpentry and construction skills. 

La Mirada High School is part of the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District.

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