A selection of beautiful cutting boards/serving platters made by Woodworking students this year – J.M. did our first-ever diagonal design! Students select their wood species, learn how to calculate board feet to price out a project, and design their dimensions. Great work, everyone!
A selection of projects by our Fall 2018 Junior Woodwork course! Students choose wood species and dimensions, and create an assortment of introductory projects. Featured here are cutting boards/serving platters, a tablet/recipe book holder, and a step stool. Excellent work!
Incredible laminated project by EF in Grade 10! E. chose a variety of wood species, prepped and laminated them, and went a step further with the scroll saw, cutting out an intricate outline of Vancouver Island. CS’s finger is pointing to Comox :).
Very impressive project by J.L. in Grade 10. Handle was carved by hand, whale tail profile was cut out on the bandsaw. Check out the before and after (after features a leather strap and a wood burning of J.L.’s home – Read Island).
Check out these incredible and unique cutting boards by some of Highland’s Grade 9 and 10 Woodwork students! Featuring work by J.T., C.G., N.M., C.P., E.S., J.S., G.C., C.H., and Q.B. Fantastic job everyone!