The courses in the Family and Consumer Sciences Department are designed to prepare individuals for life and work, strengthen families, and develop relationships within communities. A computer lab enhances all courses in this department. Projects based on current issues, such as budgeting and resource management, analyzing nutritional intake, and balancing work and family, are just a few of the interactive opportunities offered to students. In addition, the traditional food preparation, clothing construction, and child development courses are still available. Everyone will benefit from participating in the interesting and varied courses offered in this department.
For a complete description of Family and Consumer Sciences courses, see page 40 of the Bryan High Curriculum Handbook.