Answered by Lori, Hiring Expert at Cigna, on Thursday, June 30, 2016
Great question and you may get different opinions, based on the school and admissions officer, but I think it is beneficial to include any relevant classes, even if they are in high school. Since you are in college now, your high school class wasn't that long ago and based on what you shared, it has relevancy to the engineering path that you want to continue on. It is great that you have been so focused since high school, so listing that class will reinforce your passion regarding the subject matter. I recommend listing is under your college experience and elaborating on what you did in the class and if there were any notable accomplishments or achievements you received throughout the four years. A grad school resume is different from a job resume in that there is more of a focus on your education, volunteer work, and any accomplishments from those areas. Good luck to you!