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  • Health
  • Physical Education (PE)
Aerobic/Dance Conditioning - PPE601

Description: Aerobic/Dance may be done to music and videotapes with the goal to increase cardiovascular endurance. Other activities may include strength training, injury prevention, nutrition, fitness, and dance performance. Prerequisite: PPE401.

  • Course Code(s): PPE601
  • Graduation Requirements: Fitness 
  • Dual Credit: None
  • Course Length: Semester, 0.5
  • NCAA: No
  • Career & Technical Education (CTE)
  • Lab Science
Agriculture Food and Natural Resources - JVC601 & JVC602

Description: This course focuses on the general principles and practice of agricultural research and production that may prepare individuals to apply this knowledge to the solution of practical agricultural problems. Includes instruction in basic animal, plant, and soil science; animal husbandry and plant cultivation; soil conservation; and agricultural operations such as farming, ranching, and agricultural business. Prerequisite: N/A

  • Course Code(s): JVC601 & JVC602 
  • Graduation Requirements: CTE, Lab Science
  • Dual Credit: CTE
  • Course Length: Year, 1 credit
  • NCAA: No
  • Math
Algebra 2 - MAL403 & MAL500

Description: Topics include a review of linear and quadratic relationships, equation-solving algorithms and functions, and an introduction of matrix algebra. Students intending to go to college should complete at least through Algebra 4/Trig or Integrated Math 3B. Prerequisite: Algebra 1 - MAL321 & MAL322.

  • Course Code(s): MAL403 & MAL500
  • Graduation Requirements: Algebra 2/3rd Year Math, Mathematics
  • Dual Credit: None
  • Course Length: Year, 0.5 per semester
  • NCAA: Yes
  • Career & Technical Education (CTE)
  • World Language
American Sign Language 1 - RAS401 & RAS402

Description: In this class (formerly ASL Interpreter 1) students learn the basic concepts of American Sign Language as they explore the career of sign language interpreter. Focus is on understanding deaf culture through videos, guest speakers etc. Prerequisite: None

  • Course Code(s): RAS401
  • Graduation Requirements: World Language, CTE
  • Dual Credit: CTE
  • Course Length: Semester, 0.5
  • NCAA: Yes
  • Career & Technical Education (CTE)
  • World Language
American Sign Language 2 - RAS403 & RAS404

Description: In this class (formerly ASL Interpreter 1) students learn the basic concepts of American Sign Language as they explore the career of sign language interpreter. Focus is on understanding deaf culture through videos, guest speakers etc.Prerequisite: None

  • Course Code(s): RAS401
  • Graduation Requirements: World Language, CTE
  • Dual Credit: CTE
  • Course Length: Semester, 0.5
  • NCAA: Yes
  • Lab Science
AP Biology 1A- SBI501

Description: This class is the first semester of a one-year advanced placement biology course taught to seniors. This is a college level class using college level textbooks and is intended for the serious biology student who is able and willing to work independently. Prerequisite: None

  • Course Code(s): SBI501
  • Graduation Requirements: Lab science 
  • Dual Credit: None
  • Course Length: Semester, 0.5
  • NCAA: No
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Lab Science
AP Biology 1B- SBG662

Description: This class is the second semester of a one-year advanced placement biology course taught to seniors. It continues the content from AP Biology 1. This is a college level class using college level textbooks. Prerequisite: None

  • Course Code(s): SBG662
  • Graduation Requirements: Lab Science
  • Dual Credit: AP
  • Course Length: Semester, 0.5
  • NCAA: No
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Math
AP Calculus AB - MCA501 & MCA502

Description: This is the first of a series in AP calculus, designed to prepare students for the AP Calculus AB Exam. Topics will include the study of limits and their evaluation, differentiation applied to graphs, to related rates, and to maximum and minimum. Prerequisite: None

  • Course Code(s): MCA501 & MCA502
  • Graduation Requirements: Mathematics 
  • Dual Credit: AP
  • Course Length: Year, 1 credit
  • NCAA: Yes
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Career & Technical Education (CTE)
  • Elective
  • Lab Science
  • Math
  • Science
AP Computer Science A - BCI605 & BCI606

Description: Computer programming using the Java programming language. Qualifies lab science or 4 yr math as approved by the 2013 WA. Prerequisite: None.

  • Course Code(s): BCI605 & BCI606
  • Graduation Requirements: CTE, Lab Science, Math
  • Dual Credit: CTE, AP
  • Course Length: Year, 1 credit
  • NCAA: No
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Lab Science
AP Environmental Science 1- SEE561 & SEE562

Description: Advanced placement environmental science is a year-long preparatory course in the science natural resources career pathway designed for 11th and 12th grade students. Students will cultivate their understanding of the interrelationships of the natural world through inquiry-based lab investigations and field work as they explore concepts like the four Big Ideas; energy transfer, interactions between earth systems, interactions between different species and the environment, and sustainability. The course fulfills an elective or occupational credit. Prerequisite: None

  • Course Code(s): SEE561
  • Graduation Requirements: Lab science
  • Dual Credit: AP
  • Course Length: Year, 0.5 per Semester
  • NCAA: Yes
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Elective
  • Social Studies
AP Human Geography - HIN601 & HIN602

Description: This course will focus on the inter-relationship between physical/climate, geographic characteristics of the earth and the political, economic, and social/cultural manifestations of human beings living in groups. Prerequisite: None.

  • Course Code(s): HIN601 & HIN602
  • Graduation Requirements: World History/Other Core
  • Dual Credit: AP
  • Course Length: Year, 0.5 per semester
  • NCAA: Yes
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Elective
  • English Language Arts (ELA)
AP Language/Composition - LAN420 & LAN421

Description: AP English Language and Composition is an introductory college-level composition course. Students cultivate their understanding of writing and rhetorical arguments through reading, analyzing, and writing texts as they explore topics like rhetorical situation, claims and evidence, reasoning and organization, and style. Prerequisite: None.

  • Course Code(s): LAN420 & LAN421
  • Graduation Requirements: English
  • Dual Credit: AP
  • Course Length: Year, 1 credit
  • NCAA: Yes
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Elective
  • English Language Arts (ELA)
AP Literature/Composition 1 - LIT420 & LIT421

Description: The AP course in Literature and Composition should engage students in the careful reading and critical analysis of imaginative literature. This course includes the in-depth reading of works of recognized literary merit, from several genres and periods. Prerequisite: None.

  • Course Code(s): LIT420 & LIT421
  • Graduation Requirements: English
  • Dual Credit: AP
  • Course Length: Year, 0.5 per semester
  • NCAA: Yes
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Lab Science
AP Physics 1- SPH501 & SPH502

Description: In this college-level course students study mechanics, including kinematics, laws of motion, energy, statics, rotational motion, and gravitation. Integral and differential calculus are tools used to derive formulas and solve physical problems. Prerequisite: None

  • Course Code(s): SPH501 & SPH502
  • Graduation Requirements: Lab science
  • Dual Credit: AP
  • Course Length: Year, 0.5 per semester
  • NCAA: No
  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Elective
  • Social Studies
AP Psychology - HPY661 & HPY662

Description: This AP Psychology course is designed to introduce students to the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals. Prerequisite: None.

  • Course Code(s): APP601 & APP602
  • Graduation Requirements: World History/Other Core
  • Dual Credit: AP
  • Course Length: Year, 1 credit
  • NCAA: Yes