Band, Jazz, Orchestra, Chorus, Eurythmics
2D, Ceramics, Drawing
Yearbook class is a year-long experience where dedicated students work together to create, plan, and produce the yearbook.
Yearbook: Journalism 1-4
Business Technology includes:
Digital Information Technology (includes an Internet Business Associate certification)
Digital Design 1 (Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop certification included)
Business technology: Digital Information Technology, Digital Design 1 (Photoshop)
These classes are focused on learning technology and skills related to photograph manipulation and marketing skills that are useful in many career fields.
Medical (Health Sciences)
Year 1 – Anatomy & Physiology
- Learning the different body systems and disease processes
Year 2 – Foundation
- Learning the basics of
- Mental health
- How to do vital signs
- Patient Assessment
- Certification in CPR
Consecutive years – Industry Certification
EKG – Electrocardiogram
- Once passes all qualifications – Sits for State Certification
CMAA – Certified Medical Administrative Assistant – Direct Study
- Once passes all Qualifications – Sits for State Certification
Engineering, Technology, Robotics
Volleyball, Weight Training, Team Sports
Calculus, Financial Algebra
Law Studies, African American History
LAW STUDIES: The primary content for the course pertains to the study of the American legal system as the foundation of American society by examining those laws which have an impact on citizens’ lives and an introduction to fundamental civil and criminal justice procedures. Content should include, but is not limited to, Foundations of American Legal System, Equal Rights Law (Post Civil War through Civil Rights Act), Rise of Big Government (1920s-1970s) and Liberties and Contemporary Issues. Law Studies will present students with critical thinking opportunities about various topics in todays legal system as well as up to 3 mock trials.
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY HONORS: The primary content emphasis for this course pertains to the study of the chronological development of African Americans by examining the political, economic, social, religious, military and cultural events that affected the cultural group. Content will include, but is not limited to, West African heritage, the Middle Passage and Triangular Trade, the African Diaspora, significant turning points and trends in the development of African American culture and institutions, enslavement and emancipation, the Abolition, Black Nationalist, and Civil Rights movements, major historical figures and events in African-American history, and contemporary African-American affairs.
Forensics, Anatomy & Physiology, Physics