• Are you inspired by innovation and new technology? In this this two-year program, you will learn to design and build robotic devices and diagnose and repair state-of-the-art automated equipment. Students will perform activities and obtain knowledge in areas such as electronics, robotics, mechanical systems, fluid power systems, programmable logic controllers, and control systems. One-year seniors will be considered if space is available.

    • Career Pathways:
      Students prepare for a career in the robotics and automated technology field or prepare for postsecondary education in mechatronics engineering. With further education and experience, students can find opportunities in occupations such as Mechatronics Technician, Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Controls Engineer, and Manufacturing Engineer.

    See Career Pathway Information here.


    • Post-secondary/Advanced Placement:
      Students can continue their education at postsecondary schools such as Montgomery County Community College, Delaware Country Community College, Penn State University, Lehigh University, University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, and Widener University.

    • Industry Certifications:
      Students can potentially earn OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Manufacturing Certification, and Universal Robotics 32 Hour ANSI/IACET Cobot certification.

    • Materials and fees:
      Approximately $75

    Take a Tour of EASTERN’s Auto and Manufacturing Career Clusters at https://youtu.be/vCZ0CCQxYpQ

  • Meet Your Instructor

    Student Awards

    • Attendance Award
    • Director’s Award
    • EASTERN Foundation Award
    • Educators’ Association Award
    • Foundation Award for High Student Achievement
    • Hatboro Rotary
    • SkillsUSA Advisors Award
    • Springfield Township High School Alumni Association Award (STHSAA)
    • Straight A
    • Student of the Month

    Class Awards

    Each class at EASTERN competes for the Class Monthly Attendance Award. This is calculated based on the best attendance percentage of the AM and PM session.