This program is designed for students in grades 7-12.
In this program, the student is given the instruction, support and freedom to create woodworking projects using a variety of hand and power tools. They will choose from pre-selected projects that are designed to teach the safety and use of the tools. At the completion of each project, the student will take a test to show their mastery of the tools. They will then advance to another project which teaches different tools. Once the student passes the tests for all the tools, they will be given more freedom to create projects of their own choosing.
They are permitted to attend The Woodshop one day per week from 4pm-6pm for 7 weeks. They may choose to attend Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. They will have the assistance of woodworking volunteers as they develop both personally and professionally. Each class is limited to 8 students. There is no transportation currently provided.
To register your student for this program, please click HERE.
Geared towards students 6th grade and under, this class will teach woodworking safety and the use of hand tools including handsaw, hammer, screwdriver, and sandpaper. A parent or guardian is required to attend the class with the student. The student will complete one project in the duration of the 4 class. Each 4-week course is limited to 8 students per class. There is no transportation currently provided.
We offer a variety of scheduled and customized workshops for your entertainment and education!
These classes are offered to either adult groups or other organized youth groups (Scouts, birthday parties, church groups, etc.). At the end of each workshop, participants will take home a completed project that they have built in the Bull City Woodshop. (Cost paid by participant based on the project selected- profits from this program will aid in funding the after school program). You can contact us to schedule your custom workshop or visit the calendar page to see the workshops already on the schedule!
We will soon be looking forward to offering space and resources for local makers to rent for a fee. The Woodshop space can be utilized when programs and events are not in session. (Time slot or monthly rental fee paid by makers- profits from this program will aid in funding the after school program)