A copy of the 2015-16 Curriculum Guide can be viewed and downloaded from the RB website.
1.0 Credit in English 1.0 Credit in Math 1.0 Credit in Science 1.0 Western Civilization (If not currently taking) .5 Credit in Health .5 Credit P.E. or 1.0 Credit in Marching Band Electives (World Language, Applied Arts, Fine Arts, English)
Pay attention to graduation requirements. Be sure to list alternative classes – This is very important in case a course is closed due to maximum enrollment or if a course is cancelled due to limited enrollment. Think about your 4-year academic plan – How will you meet all of your requirements plus take interesting electives?
English Electives Clarion Rouser Debate Creative Writing Journalism World Language Spanish, French, German & Heritage Speakers Social Studies AP European History Urban Studies
Applied Arts Business & Technology Family & Consumer Science Industrial Technology Technology Education Television Arts Production Fine Arts Music Art Dance Theater
Business Principles & Accounting Covers accounting and the basic management functions of a business Business Marketing & Web Design Covers advertising, marketing and communication strategies in the new media landscape Digital Art Formally titled Digital Imaging
Your current teacher made recommendations in the following subject areas: English (Regular or Honors) Math (Regular or Honors) Science (Regular or Honors) Social Studies (Regular or AP) World Language (Level II, III or IV) Teachers may have suggested classes in: Applied Arts Fine Arts
Remember to take courses that are both challenging and rewarding. Remember balance – allow time for academics, extra-curricular activities and time to do the things you enjoy. Consider your post-secondary plans 4-year college 2-year college Trade school Military Work
Fine Arts Survey (A proficiency exam is also offered once each semester. The 2 nd semester date is TBD.) Health (The course fills up fast.) Failed courses from previous years.
Take selecting course for next school year seriously. “Change of mind” course changes will not be honored after January 23rd. Teachers may make level change recommendations after January.
Course verification letters will be mailed home to families in February. Students/parents will be given approximately 5 days to review their course selections. Verification letters are mailed only to ensure course selection accuracy. We are not able to honor “change of mind” course changes. Students should see their counselor if there is an error on the course verification letter.