Students in the CTEC residential construction program work together to lift and place a wall on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

Salem high school students this week raised interior walls for the home they're building as a final project in a residential construction program.

Though Salem-Keizer high schools remain nearly all online, students at the district's career technical education center are still doing hands-on work once per week. For construction seniors, that means the home build many have looked forward to for years.

READ MORE: The pandemic closed high schools, but these Salem students still get to do their final project: Build a house.

CTEC construction instructor Curtis Fisher works with senior Caleb Susee while building a wall as part of the residential construction program on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

Jakob Morales and Caleb Susee work together to hang sheeting on a wall as part of the CTEC residential construction program on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

CTEC construction instructor Curtis Fisher, second from right, works with students in the CTEC residential construction program to move and place a wall on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

CTEC construction instructor Curtis Fisher explains how to use a tool to senior Caleb Susee while building a wall as part of the residential construction program on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

Seniors Caleb Susee, left, and Reed Hamilton lift and move a frame as part of the CTEC residential construction program on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

CTEC construction instructor Curtis Fisher and senior Jesus Cortez look over building plans as part of the residential construction program on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter) Students in the CTEC residential construction program work on building a wall on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

CTEC construction instructor Curtis Fisher works with senior Jesus Cortez as part of the residential construction program on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

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