Fire and Rescue

Fire and Rescue–Off-site

Note: Classes at the ESEC (Emergency Service Education Center) at 700 North High School Road;
Second year students should enroll in the Emergency Medical Services program. This will give students the opportunity to earn an additional 12 college credits toward a fire science associate degree.
Students must provide their own transportation to ESEC!

Course Instructor: Justin Longerich
Number of Credits: 3 per semester
Semesters Offered: 2 semesters
Prerequisite: None
Eligible Grade Levels: 11th & 12th
Dual Credit: Ivy Tech Community College – 12 Credits
  • Adrenaline rush, burning buildings, blazing fires and YOU!
  • Prepare for entry-level positions or further study in fire service
  • Study fire protection systems, fire prevention and safety education, building construction and floor plans, fire, safety and construction codes
  • Focus on Fire Service Accreditation Service (IFSAS) curriculum prepares students for FireFighter I & II certifications exams
  • Learn the importance of on-scene and on-the-job firefighter health, safety and fitness
  • Earn credits toward an associate degree program in Fire Science
  • Uniform required: shirts and safety glasses; approximately $190
  • Physical may be required.

Dual Credit Information for 2022-23

Dual credit offerings are subject to change at the discretion of postsecondary partners, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, The Indiana Department of Education, or the Indiana Office of Career and Technical Education.

Course Number Course Name Credit Amount College
FIRE 100 Fire Suppression 3 Credits Ivy Tech Community College
HSPS 121 Hazmat 3 Credits Ivy Tech Community College
FIRE 116 Firefighter I 3 Credits Ivy Tech Community College
FIRE 117 Firefighter II 3 Credits Ivy Tech Community College


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  • Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., quantitative data, video, multimedia) in order to address a question or solve a problem.
  • Gather relevant information from multiple types of authoritative sources, using advanced searches effectively; annotate sources; assess the strengths and limitations of each source in terms of the specific task, purpose, and audience; synthesize and integrate information into the text selectively to maintain the flow of ideas, avoiding plagiarism and overreliance on any one source and following a standard format for citation (e.g., APA or CSE).
  • Reasoning and Inference Understand assumptions, suggestions and implications in reading passages and draw informed conclusions.

Area 31 Eligibility Statement

Read the Eligibility statement here.

NOTE: Required prerequisites include the successful completion of Algebra I and English 10 for academic credit.