Some good woodworking trade schools are Burlington College in Burlington, Vermont, Long Beach City College in Long Beach, California and Palomar College in San Marcos, California, according to Study.com. Some other good woodworking schools are Red Rocks Community College in Lakewood, Colorado and Rockingham Community College in Wentworth, North Carolina.
Two more good woodworking trade schools are Santa Fe Community College in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio, as of 2015.
Study.com provides specific distinctions about each woodworking trade school listed on the website. Burlington College offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Woodworking and Fine Furniture Making for prospective students that are seeking a higher degree than an associates degree.
Long Beach City College offers certifications in woodworking as well as an associates degree in carpentry. Palomar College has new facilities with specific classrooms, labs and machinery that are catered toward distinct woodworking courses.
Red Rocks Community College offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in Fine Woodworking, while Rockingham Community College has a Center for Creative Woodworking that hosts studio and woodworking shop space for students. Santa Fe Community College offers an Associate of Applied Arts degree in Professional Crafts, and the University of Cincinnati offers seven distinct woodworking tracks through its woodworking program.