Stuylvesants High, a high school in Brooklyn, New York, has opened its doors to its students as a welding school.

The school will offer welding and welding equipment training to students, including welding classes, in an attempt to get the school on a path to becoming the first high school to offer such a program.

The school is currently the only high school with welding school program in the United States.

“We are really excited about this opportunity and really proud of our students and the people who work there and are part of our community,” said Stuyvens Principal Steve Schmidle.

“This is something that has been on our minds for quite a while and we really felt it was something that we wanted to try to bring to the community.”

The school was founded by a group of students in 2012.

It will open its doors in January 2019.

The welding school will be a program that will focus on the fundamentals of welding and the safety and skill of those who are involved.

The program is being created to give students and their parents the opportunity to work alongside other high school students and teachers and also provide opportunities for students to get hands on experience.

“The program is geared towards the students and is going to be something that they will learn together and not just with the teachers,” Schmidl said.

The program will focus in on the basic welding fundamentals.

The students will learn how to apply electrical, plumbing and electrical equipment to weld, as well as how to use the equipment in a safe manner.

The students will also be taught basic skills in safe driving.

The welding school also will have classes on welding safety.

The Stuyvies High School of Engineering and Technology will also offer welding as a program, with the aim of increasing the number of students enrolled in the welding program.

“As a high schools engineering and technology school, we are very excited to have this opportunity to give our students an opportunity to get involved in welding,” said Engineering and Technical Director Anthony Lutz.

“This is a great way for our students to develop the skills needed for jobs in the future, such as the automotive industry, and to work together to create an environmentally friendly workplace.”

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