Fire Science

Fire-Fighting I is designed to provide the student with information in the history, traditions, terminology, organization, and roles and operation of the fire service.  In addition, the class covers principles of combustion and building construction characteristics.  The class also contains typical job and operational descriptions that should provide insight into the inner workings of the fire service.

Fire-Fighting II is designed to provide the student with the information needed in transitioning from firefighter level tasks into a supervisory role as a company officer.  In addition, the class will cover basic principles in leadership, supervision, management, and instructing the Fire Science I students during company drills.  The class will also contain typical administrative duties in addition to the daily emergency operations that a company officer may encounter while working in the fire service.


-SkillsUSA Firefighting 

Enrichment Opportunities
-Lab Experience at Pontiac Fire Department
Field Trips
Training seminars
Guest Speakers 

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