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1 Endorsement Lists Your choices determine your future

2 5 Endorsements There are 5 Endorsement Pathways: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Business and Industry Public Services Arts and Humanities Multidisciplinary Studies (not an option for incoming 9 th graders – can be used starting the 11 th grade year)

3 STEM Endorsement The following are endorsements in STEM: Engineering Computer Science Science Mathematics

4 Business and Industry Endorsements The following are endorsements in Business and Industry: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Architecture and Construction Arts, Audio/Video Tech and Communication Business Management and Administration Finance Hospitality and Tourism Information Technology Manufacturing Marketing Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics English Advanced Broadcast Journalism Newspaper Public Speaking Debate

5 Public Service Endorsements The following are endorsements in Public Service: Education and Training Government and Public Administration Health Science Clinical Biomedical Science Human Services Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security ROTC

6 Arts and Humanities Endorsements The following are endorsements in Arts and Humanities: Social Studies Language Other Than English Same Language Two Languages American Sign Language Fine Arts Art Dance Music Theatre

7 STEM Endorsement 8 th Grade 9 th Grade 10 th Grade 11 th Grade 12 th Grade ENGLISH English I English II English III English from English List A MATH Algebra I Geometry Math from Math List A Math from Math List B SCIENCE Biology One science from Science List A One science from Science List B SOCIAL STUDIES World History or World Geography Elective or Endorsement Course U.S. History GovernmentEconomics OTHER REQUIRED GRADUATION COURSES Foreign Language I Foreign Language II Elective or Endorsement Course PE Fine Art from Fine Art List A Elective or Endorsement Course SUMMER SCHOOL All course choices should support your future career goals. Communication skills and technology skills are a foundation for success in the modern business world. Please select all courses with your career goals in mind.

8 ENGLISH English – List A English IV Literary Genre- Shakespeare Creative Writing Public Speaking III Oral Interpretation III Debate III Newspaper III Yearbook III AP English Lit & Comp IB Language Studies A1 HL Business English College Prep English Communication Applications Dual Credit English IV MATH Math – List A Math Models with App PLTW Digital Electronics Or, with no restriction: Algebra II Precalculus Indep. Study in Math AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science IB Math Studies SL IB Math SL IB Math HL Math – List B Algebra II Precalculus Indep. Study in Math – Statistics Indep. Study in Math - Calculus AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science IB Math Studies SL IB Math SL IB Math HL Or if taken after the third math credit required under the foundation program: Math Models with App. ( year only) Digital Electronics SCIENCE Science – List A IPC Chemistry AP Chemistry IB Chemistry Physics Prin. of Technology AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based IB Physics Science – List B Chemistry Physics Astronomy Earth & Space Science Environmental Systems AP Biology AP Chemistry AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based AP Physics 2: Alg.-Based AP Physics C AP Environmental Science IB Biology IB Chemistry IB Physics IB Environmental Systems Anatomy & Physiology Medical Microbiology Pathophysiology Forensic Science Principles of Technology Principles of Engineering Scientific R&D: IB Chemistry Yr 2 IB Biology Yr 2 IB Physics Yr 2 Dual Cr. Anatomy & Physiology FINE ART Fine Art - List A May count under endorsement area Art, Level I, II, III, or IV Dance, Level I, II, III, or IV Music, Level I, II, III, or IV Theatre Level I, II, III, or IV ELECTIVES Five elective credits are required for the Foundation Plan ENDORSEMENTS Endorsement – Engineering Must take coherent sequence of at least 4 total, one advanced PLTW Gateway to Engineering PLTW Intro to Eng. Design PLTW Prin of Engineering PLTW Digital Engineering PLTW Aerospace Engineering PLTW Eng Design & Dev Endorsement – Math Must take Alg. II plus 2 additional courses for which Algebra II is a prerequisite Algebra II Precalculus PreAP Precalculus Calculus AP Calculus Indep. Study in Math: Statistics AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC ENDORSEMENTS Endorsement – Computer Science Must take coherent sequence of 4 credits from: PreAP Computer Science AP Computer Science A Adv. Computer Science III IB Computer Science SL IB Computer Science HL ENDORSEMENTS Endorsement – Science Must take 4 credits including Chemistry and Physics and 2 additional courses from: Physics Chemistry Astronomy Earth & Space Science Environmental Systems AP Biology AP Chemistry AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based AP Physics 2: Alg.-Based AP Physics C AP Environmental Science IB Biology IB Chemistry IB Physics IB Environmental Systems Anatomy & Physiology Medical Microbiology Pathophysiology Forensic Science Principles of Technology Scientific R&D: IB Chemistry Yr 2 IB Biology Yr 2 IB Physics Yr 2 Principles of Engineering STEM Endorsement

9 Business and Industry Endorsements 8 th Grade 9 th Grade 10 th Grade 11 th Grade 12 th Grade ENGLISH English I English II English III English from English List A MATH Algebra I Geometry Math from Math List A Math from Math List B SCIENCE Biology One science from Science List A One science from Science List B SOCIAL STUDIES World History or World Geography Elective or Endorsement Course U.S. History GovernmentEconomics OTHER REQUIRED GRADUATION COURSES Foreign Language I Foreign Language II Elective or Endorsement Course PE Fine Art from Fine Art List A Elective or Endorsement Course SUMMER SCHOOL All course choices should support your future career goals. Communication skills and technology skills are a foundation for success in the modern business world. Please select all courses with your career goals in mind.

10 Business and Industry Endorsements ENGLISH English – List A English IV Literary Genre-Shakespeare Creative Writing Public Speaking III Oral Interpretation III Debate III Newspaper III Yearbook III AP English Lit & Comp IB Language Studies A1 HL Business English College Prep English Communication Applications Dual Credit English IV MATH Math – List A Math Models with App PLTW Digital Electronics Or, with no restriction: Algebra II Precalculus Indep. Study in Math AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science IB Math Studies SL IB Math SL IB Math HL Math – List B Algebra II Precalculus Indep. Study in Math – Statistics Indep. Study in Math - Calculus AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science IB Math Studies SL IB Math SL IB Math HL Or if taken after the third math credit required under the foundation program: Math Models with App. ( year only) Digital Electronics SCIENCE Science – List A IPC Chemistry AP Chemistry IB Chemistry Physics Prin. of Technology AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based IB Physics Science – List B Chemistry Physics Astronomy Earth & Space Science Environmental Systems AP Biology AP Chemistry AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based AP Physics 2: Alg.-Based AP Physics C AP Environmental Science IB Biology IB Chemistry IB Physics IB Environmental Systems Anatomy & Physiology Medical Microbiology Pathophysiology Forensic Science Principles of Technology Principles of Engineering Scientific R&D: IB Chemistry Yr 2 IB Biology Yr 2 IB Physics Yr 2 Dual Cr. Anatomy & Physiology FINE ART Fine Art - List A May count under endorsement area Art, Level I, II, III, or IV Dance, Level I, II, III, or IV Music, Level I, II, III, or IV Theatre Level I, II, III, or IV ELECTIVES Five elective credits are required for the Foundation Plan ENDORSEMENTS CTE: Must include coherent sequence of 4 or more CTE credits from the following areas. Two courses must be from the same cluster, one of which must be advanced (third or higher in a sequence). *Technical dual credit courses may be included in the following pathways in addition to those courses listed. Agriculture Intro to Ag Science & Technology Horticulture Science Small Animal Management Wildlife Management Ag Mechanics Animal Science Equine Science Ag Metal Fabrication Architecture & Construction Wood Technologies Adv. Wood Technologies Interior Design Arts, A/V, & Communications Fashion Design Exploration Fashion Design, Prod, & Mgt. Advertising & Graphic Design Adv. Adv. & Graphic Design Internship Animation Advanced Animation Photography Advanced Photography Audio/Video Production Business Management & Administration Intro to Business & Marketing Keyboarding Applications Computer Information Applications Adv. Computer Information Applications Honors Computer Information Applications Business Web Technologies Business Law International Business ENDORSEMENTS Business, contd. Virtual Business Mapping Your Future Business Exec. Internship Adv. Business Exec. Internship Richard Greene Scholar Business Practicum Adv. Business Practicum Finance Money & Me Accounting Adv. Accounting Banking & Finance Hospitality Services Nutrition & Food Management Information Technology Computer Applications in Industry Business Web Technologies Manufacturing Concepts of Engineering, Technology & Science Applications Welding Adv. Welding Marketing Entrepreneurship Fashion Merchandising Sports & Entertainment Event Marketing Sports & Entertainment Marketing Internship Adv. Sports & Entertainment Marketing Internship Marketing Work Experience Adv. Marketing Work Experience Transportation and Logistics Dual credit courses are available for this pathway. ENDORSEMENTS English: Must include 4 elective credits to include 3 levels in one of the following areas: Newspaper, Public Speaking, or Debate, or Yearbook Newspaper Newspaper I, II, III Public Speaking Public Speaking I, II, III Debate Debate I, II, III Yearbook Yearbook/Magazine Prod. I, II, III Electives to reach 4 credits Communication Applications Oral Interpretation I, II, III Literary Magazine Journalism Photojournalism Combination: Must include 4 credits in a coherent sequence that corresponds to student’s academic or career goals from courses on this page

11 Public Service Endorsements 8 th Grade 9 th Grade 10 th Grade 11 th Grade 12 th Grade ENGLISH English I English II English III English from English List A MATH Algebra I Geometry Math from Math List A Math from Math List B SCIENCE Biology One science from Science List A One science from Science List B SOCIAL STUDIES World History or World Geography Elective or Endorsement Course U.S. History GovernmentEconomics OTHER REQUIRED GRADUATION COURSES Foreign Language I Foreign Language II Elective or Endorsement Course PE Fine Art from Fine Art List A Elective or Endorsement Course SUMMER SCHOOL All course choices should support your future career goals. Communication skills and technology skills are a foundation for success in the modern business world. Please select all courses with your career goals in mind.

12 Public Service Endorsements ENGLISH English – List A English IV Literary Genre-Shakespeare Creative Writing Public Speaking III Oral Interpretation III Debate III Newspaper III Yearbook III AP English Lit & Comp IB Language Studies A1 HL Business English College Prep English Communication Applications Dual Credit English IV MATH Math – List A Math Models with App PLTW Digital Electronics Or, with no restriction: Algebra II Precalculus Indep. Study in Math AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science IB Math Studies SL IB Math SL IB Math HL Math – List B Algebra II Precalculus Indep. Study in Math – Statistics Indep. Study in Math - Calculus AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science IB Math Studies SL IB Math SL IB Math HL Or if taken after the third math credit required under the foundation program: Math Models with App. ( year only) Digital Electronics SCIENCE Science – List A IPC Chemistry AP Chemistry IB Chemistry Physics Prin. of Technology AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based IB Physics Science – List B Chemistry Physics Astronomy Earth & Space Science Environmental Systems AP Biology AP Chemistry AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based AP Physics 2: Alg.-Based AP Physics C AP Environmental Science IB Biology IB Chemistry IB Physics IB Environmental Systems Anatomy & Physiology Medical Microbiology Pathophysiology Forensic Science Principles of Technology Principles of Engineering Scientific R&D: IB Chemistry Yr 2 IB Biology Yr 2 IB Physics Yr 2 Dual Cr. Anatomy & Physiology FINE ART Fine Art - List A May count under endorsement area Art, Level I, II, III, or IV Dance, Level I, II, III, or IV Music, Level I, II, III, or IV Theatre Level I, II, III, or IV ELECTIVES Five elective credits are required for the Foundation Plan ENDORSEMENTS Must include a coherent sequence of 4 CTE credits, at least 2 courses in the same career cluster, at least 1 advanced course Education and Training emphasis: Ready, Set, Teach! Adv. Ready, Set, Teach ! Health Science (Biomedical Sciences) emphasis: Must take 4 total PLTW Principles of Biomedical Science PLTW Human Body Systems PLTW Medical Interventions PLTW Biomedical Innovations Health Science (Clinical) emphasis: Must take at least 3 courses for four or more credits, one advanced Concepts of Health Care Health Care Rotations Adv. Health Care Rotations Medical Terminology Prep. for Pharmacy Technician Medical Microbiology Pathophysiology ENDORSEMENTS Human Services emphasis: Intro to Human Services Child Development Interpersonal Relationships Cosmetology I Cosmetology II Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security emphasis: Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, & Security Law Enforcement I Law Enforcement II Court Systems & Practices Forensic Science Security in Law Enforcement Disaster Response Forensic Psychology Firefighter I Firefighter II Practicum in Law Enforcement ENDORSEMENTS Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Must include 4 courses from the following: Aerospace Science I – AF JROTC Aerospace Science II – AF JROTC Aerospace Science III – AF JROTC Aerospace Science IV – AF JROTC Aviation Ground School

13 Arts and Humanities Endorsements 8 th Grade 9 th Grade 10 th Grade 11 th Grade 12 th Grade ENGLISH English I English II English III English from English List A MATH Algebra I Geometry Math from Math List A Math from Math List B SCIENCE Biology One science from Science List A One science from Science List B SOCIAL STUDIES World History or World Geography Elective U.S. History GovernmentEconomics OTHER REQUIRED GRADUATION COURSES Foreign Language I Foreign Language II Elective or Endorsement Course PE Fine Art from Fine Art List A Elective or Endorsement Course SUMMER SCHOOL All course choices should support your future career goals. Communication skills and technology skills are a foundation for success in the modern business world. Please select all courses with your career goals in mind.

14 Arts and Humanities Endorsements ENGLISH English – List A English IV Literary Genre-Shakespeare Creative Writing Public Speaking III Oral Interpretation III Debate III Newspaper III Yearbook III AP English Lit & Comp IB Language Studies A1 HL Business English College Prep English Communication Applications Dual Credit English IV MATH Math – List A Math Models with App PLTW Digital Electronics Or, with no restriction: Algebra II Precalculus Indep. Study in Math AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science IB Math Studies SL IB Math SL IB Math HL Math – List B Algebra II Precalculus Indep. Study in Math – Statistics Indep. Study in Math - Calculus AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science IB Math Studies SL IB Math SL IB Math HL Or if taken after the third math credit required under the foundation program: Math Models with App. ( year only) Digital Electronics SCIENCE Science – List A IPC Chemistry AP Chemistry IB Chemistry Physics Prin. of Technology AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based IB Physics Science – List B Chemistry Physics Astronomy Earth & Space Science Environmental Systems AP Biology AP Chemistry AP Physics 1: Alg.-Based AP Physics 2: Alg.-Based AP Physics C AP Environmental Science IB Biology IB Chemistry IB Physics IB Environmental Systems Anatomy & Physiology Medical Microbiology Pathophysiology Forensic Science Principles of Technology Principles of Engineering Scientific R&D: IB Chemistry Yr 2 IB Biology Yr 2 IB Physics Yr 2 Dual Cr. Anatomy & Physiology FINE ART Fine Art - List A May count under endorsement area Art, Level I, II, III, or IV Dance, Level I, II, III, or IV Music, Level I, II, III, or IV Theatre Level I, II, III, or IV ELECTIVES Five elective credits are required for the Foundation Plan ENDORSEMENTS FINE ARTS: Must earn 4 credits from one area or a combination of two areas of emphasis Art Emphasis: Art I, II, III, IV PreAP Art I AP Studio Art AP Studio Art – Drawing AP Studio Art - 2D Design AP Studio Art – 3D Design Art II Ceramics Art III Ceramics Graphic Design III Graphic Design IV Art History AP Art History IB equivalent to the above Theater Art Emphasis: Theater Arts I, II, III, IV Tech Theater I, II, III, IV Dance I, II, III, IV IB equivalent to the above Music Emphasis: Vocal Ensemble I, II, III, IV Choral Music I, II, III, IV Band I, II, III, IV Jazz Band I, II, III, IV Orchestra I, II, III, IV Instrumental Ensemble I, II, III, IV Mariachi Band I, II, III, IV Music Theory I AP Music Theory Music History & Literature IB equivalent to the above ENDORSEMENTS SOCIAL STUDIES: Must earn 4 credits World Geography PreAP World Geography AP Human Geography World History AP World History U.S. History AP U.S. History AP European History Special Topics in SS: Adv.Texas Studies Special Topics in SS: American Culture Studies Special Topics in SS: Adv. Social Science Problems U.S. Government AP U.S. Government & Politics AP Comparative Government & Politics Economics AP Macroeconomics Psychology Sociology AP Psychology IB equivalent to the above ENDORSEMENTS FOREIGN LANGUAGE OPTIONS: -4 Levels in same language, or -2 levels is one language plus 2 levels in another language, or -4 levels in American Sign Language Latin I, II PreAP Latin III AP Latin Latin V – Roman Civilization French I, II, III PreAP French III, IV AP French Language & Cultutre German I, II, III PreAP German III, IV AP German Language & Culture Spanish I, II, III Spanish for SS I, II PreAP Spanish III, IV PreAP Spanish for SS, III AP Spanish Language Culture of Spanish Language PreAP Spanish Literature AP Spanish Literature & Culture American Sign Language I, II, III, IV Chinese I, II IB equivalent to the above

15 Performance Acknowledgement For outstanding performance: In a dual credit course – 12 hours of dual credit In bilingualism and bi-literacy On an AP test or IB exam On the PSAT, ACT-Plan, SAT, ACT For earning a nationally or internationally recognized business or industry certification or license

16 Distinguished Level of Achievement To receive Distinguished Level of Achievement, a student must do the following: Four credits in science Four credits in math, including credit in Algebra II Curriculum requirements for at least one endorsement To be eligible for automatic admission at a 4-year university, students must be in the top 10% and graduate with the Distinguished Level of Achievement

17 What Career Pathways Will Be Offered as My Choices ?  Agricultural Science  (Florist, Fish & Game Warden, Landscape Architect, Farm Worker, Food Production, Veterinarian, etc.)  Architecture and Construction  (Interior Design Specialist, Construction Worker, etc.)  Arts, A/V Technology and Communication  (Newscaster, Photographer, Singer, Actor, Fashion Designer, etc.)  Business, Management and Administration  (Retail Sales, Stock Broker, Marketing Director, Administrative Assistant, etc.)

18 What Career Pathways Will Be Offered as My Choices? (Cont.)  Education and Training  (Teacher, Childcare Provider, Teaching Assistant, Counselor, etc.)  Finance  (Accounting, Bank Teller, Economist, etc.)  Health Science  (Nurse, Dentist, Physical Therapist, Physician, Pharmacist, Dietitian, X-Ray Technician, etc.)  Hospitality and Tourism  (Hotel Manager, Travel Agent, Chef, Tour Director, etc.)

19 What Career Pathways Will Be Offered as My Choices? (Cont.)  Human Services  (Cosmetologist, Social Worker, Childcare Provider, etc.)  Information Technology  (Network Specialist, Computer Technician, Web Designer, Video Game Developer, etc.)  Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security  (Fire Fighter, Police Chief, Lawyer, Security Specialist, etc.)

20 What Career Pathways Will Be Offered as My Choices? (Cont.)  Manufacturing  (Welder, General Contractor, Electrician, etc.)  Marketing  (Wholesale and Retail Sales, Customer Relations Specialist, Advertising, etc.)  STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics  (Engineer, Chemist, Meterologist, etc.)


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