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1 February 10th REGISTRATION CLASS MEETINGS

2  Complete your registration form along with input from your parents and teachers.  Your registration form should be signed by you and your parent when you come to register in the media center, beginning as early as February 17 th (starting with Juniors)  You will get a print-out summary of courses at the time of registration that must also be signed by your parent and returned to the counseling office – This is the only documentation that locks in your course choices. REGISTRATION NOTES

3 Math (4)9 th Grade10 th grade11 th grade12 th grade Sequence A Intro to Math Found of Math I Math IMath IIMath IIIDiscrete Math Sequence B Foundations of Math I Math IMath IIMath IIIDiscrete Math Sequence C Math I Math II (Honors) Math III (Honors) Discrete Math (Honors) Sequence D – For 8 th grade Math I Students Math IIMath IIIDiscrete Math Essentials of College Math Sequence E- For 8 th grade Math I students Math II HonorsMath III HonorsDiscrete Math HonorsPre-Calculus Honors Sequence F- For 8 th grade Math I Students Math II HonorsMath III HonorsPre-Calculus Honors Calculus AP AB Calculus AP BC Statistics AP Sequence G- For 8 th Grade Math I students Math II Honors Math III Honors Pre- Calculus Honors Calculus AP AB Calculus AP BC Statistics AP MATH

4 ENGLISH English (4)9 th Grade10 th grade11 th grade12 th grade Sequence A Literacy Academy English I English IIEnglish IIIEnglish IV Sequence B English IEnglish IIEnglish IIIEnglish IV Sequence C English I HonorsEnglish II Honors English III Honors English IV Honors Sequence D English I HonorsEnglish II HonorsEnglish III APEnglish IV AP

5 SCIENCE Science (3)9 th Grade10 th grade11 th grade 12 th grade (4 th science credit not required) Sequence A Earth/Env ScienceBiology Physical Science or Chemistry Science Elective (not required) Sequence B Earth/Environmental Science Honors Biology HonorsChemistry Honors Biology II Honors Biology AP Chemistry II Honors Chemistry AP AP Environmental Science Honors PhysicsAP Physics I Sequence C* Biology Honors Earth/ Environmental Science Honors Chemistry Honors Biology II Honors Biology AP Chemistry II Honors Chemistry AP AP Environmental Science Honors PhysicsAP Physics I Sequence D Biology HonorsChemistry Honors Environmental Science AP Biology II Honors Biology AP Earth/Environmental Science Honors Chemistry II Honors Chemistry AP AP Environmental Science Honors PhysicsAP Physics I

6 SOCIAL STUDIES Social Studies (4)9 th Grade10 th grade11 th grade12 th grade Sequence A World HistoryCivics & Economics*American History IAmerican History II Sequence B World History Honors Civics & Economics Honors* American History I Honors American History II Honors Sequence C World History Honors Civics & Economics Honors* Turning Points in American History Honors US History AP AP European History (AP) Psychology AP Government AP Human Geography Cold War History Sequence D Civics & Economics Honors* World History APUS History AP AP European History (AP) Psychology AP Government AP Human Geography Cold War History *Civics and Economics will change to American History: Founding Principles, Civics and Economics

7  Cold War History – Can be taken as a history elective or as a 4 th history after AP US History – Does not replace American History I and II  Course Description: This course will acquaint students with the Cold War, along with its causes and ultimate impact on international relationships and domestic policies. Historical, geographical, economic, and cultural lenses will be used to examine primary and secondary sources on the subject. Critical reading, writing, and thinking will be a focus in this course.  Essentials of College Math – For seniors who are 2 or 4 year college bound  Course Description: This course emphasizes understanding of math concepts rather than just memorizing procedures. Students learn the context behind the procedure: why to use a certain formula or method to solve a problem, for example. This equips them with higher-order thinking to apply math skills, functions and concepts in different situations. The course prepares students for college-level math assignments based on the content. This course is not designed to prepare students for college-level math in STEM majors.  Spanish II for Native Speakers – Must have Spanish I for Native Speakers credit – Honors credit NEW COURSES

8  Drafting II Architecture – Honors Option  Prerequisite: Drafting I Course Description: This course focuses on the principles, concepts, and use of complex drawing tools used in the field of architecture, structural systems and construction. Emphasis is placed on the use of CAD to create floor plans, wall sections, and elevation drawings. Mathematics, science, and visual design concepts are reinforced. *This course is eligible for Honors weight.  Introduction to Computer Science  Course Description: Students will dive into computers and the internet to learn not just how to use these tools effectively, but how they work, how we interact with them, and how to be a creator of technology tools. This course is designed to allow students to explore a variety of computer science topics, such as web design, human computer interactions, programming, problem solving, data analysis and robotics. Students will develop critical thinking, logic, and problem solving skills relevant to today’s technology NEW CTE WAHS

9  Pharmacy Technician – Must have taken Health Science II  Course Description: This course has self-paced, on-line instruction designed to prepare high school seniors for a pharmacy technician career. Topics included in this course are federal law, medication used in major body systems, calculations, and pharmacy operations. Mathematics is reinforced in this course. This course is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (APCE). Upon successful completion of this course and after graduation, the student is eligible to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) exam.  PLTW (IV) – Engineering Design and Development  Course Description: In this capstone Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Pathway to Engineering (PTE) course, students will work in teams to research, design, test and construct a solution to an open-ended engineering problem. The product development life cycle and a design process are used to guide and help the team to reach a solution to the problem. The team presents and defends their solution to a panel of outside reviewers at the conclusion of the course. This course allows students to apply all the skills and knowledge learned in previous Project Lead the Way courses. The use of 3D design software helps students design solutions to the problem their team has chosen. This course also engages students in time management and teamwork skills, a valuable skill set for students in the future. NEW CTEC

10  Network Engineering Technology I  Course Description: This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. By the end of the course, students will be able to build simple LANs, perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement IP addressing schemes. This course uses Cisco Introduction to Networks curriculum and must be conducted using the Cisco Networking Academy connection. English language arts, mathematics, and science are reinforced. This course helps prepare students for the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) certificate.  Computer Engineering Technology I  Course Description: This course includes the skills required for installing and maintaining hardware. It includes objectives in the following five domains, a) PC Hardware, b) Networking, c) Laptops, d) Printers, and e) Operational Procedures. English language arts, mathematics, and science are reinforced. This course helps prepare students for the CompTIA A+ credential. NEW CTE CTEC

11  SAS Programming I – Must have Comp Prog I or AP Computer Science  Course Description: This course is the entry point for students to learn SAS programming. Students will learn how to plan and write SAS programs to solve common data analysis problems. Instruction provides practice running and debugging programs. The emphasis is placed on reading input data, creating list and summary reports, defining new variables, executing code conditionally, reading raw data files and SAS data sets, and writing the results to SAS data sets. Mathematics is reinforced.  Scientific Visualization II – Must have Scientific Visualization I  Prerequisite: Scientific & Technical Visualization I Course Description: This course provides students with advanced skills in the use of complex visualization tools for the study of science, technology, or mathematical concepts. Students design and develop increasingly complex data and concept-driven visualization models. Students use complex 2D and 3D graphics, animation, editing, and image analysis tools to better understand, illustrate, and explain concepts. Students present technical, mathematical, and/or scientific concepts and principles. Activities are structured to integrate physical and social sciences, mathematics, English language arts, and art. NEW CTE CTEC

12  Don’t forget to fill out your form and get it signed by a Parent!!  Registration Parent Night – February 12 th  6:00 – 6:45 – Registration Information - Auditorium  6:45 – 7:30 AP/Honors Parent Information Session – Media Center  Questions? REMINDERS


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