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Clusters at Wayne High School What they mean to you! For more information on: Clusters, ACT/SAT, College, Career planning, FAFSA and Scholarships visit: http://whspioneers.googlepages.com http://whspioneers.googlepages.com
1 st what classes are required for everyone? All Students must have 25 credits to graduate. All Clusters require students to take the following courses: English-- 4 credits Social Studies-- 4 credits Math-- 4 credits: Alg1 Science-- 3 credits Fine Art -- 1 credit Computer Lit-- 1 credit P.E.-- 1 credit Health-- 1 credit
Students will pick one of two paths: Students will pick one of two paths: Science -- 3 credits Recommended Electives or Cluster Courses --6 credits The skilled path meets the requirements to attend a 2 year college or technical school. The skilled path meets the requirements to attend a 2 year college or technical school.
The College Path meets the requirements to attend a 4 year college or university Foreign Language -- 2 credits Science -- 4 credits Recommended Ele. or Cluster Courses -- 3 credits
The Six Clusters Business and Marketing Engineering and Technical Fine Arts and Humanities Health Science & Natural Resources Human Services
Business and Marketing Business and Marketing Teachers: Mrs. Marcum, Mrs. Oyler and Mrs. Vance Business and Marketing Microsoft Specialist Cluster Courses: Word Processing Spread Sheets (Excel) Computer Presentations Data Base (Access) E-Business Publishing Cluster Courses: Digital Imaging Web Page Publishing Desktop Publishing Business Computer Applications I
Business and Marketing Recommended Electives: Foreign Language I & IIBusiness Law Speech/Oral CommunicationsJournalism Economics Psychology Art IGeography JROTC 1-4 MU English 102 Upper Level ScienceHigher Level Math CTE Course Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Careers Advertising ManagersSales Representatives Budget AnalystsSales Worker Supervisors BuyersStock Sales Agents Computer ManagersTravel Agents Cost EstimatorsNatural Science Managers Financial ManagersPersonal Financial Advisors Human Resources ManagersPromotions Managers Insurance UnderwritersProperty Managers Labor Relations SpecialistsPublic Relations Managers Loan Officers and CounselorsPurchasing Agents Marketing ManagersPurchasing Managers Insurance Sales AgentsReal Estate Managers Product PromotersTax Examiners, and Revenue Agents Real Estate Brokers and Sales AgentsWeb Page Designer Business and Marketing
Engineering and Technical Teachers: Mr. Fouch and Mr. Tanner Welding Cluster Courses: Fund. of Welding Thermal Cutting Shielded Arc Welding Gas Ark Welding HVAC Cluster Courses: Air Conditioning Fundamentals AC Basic Circuitry Domestic Refrigeration AC Heating Systems
Engineering and Technical Recommended electives for both: Foreign Language I & IICTE Course Speech/Oral CommunicationsJournalism Economics Psychology JROTC 1-4 Geography MU English 102 Upper Level ScienceHigher Level Math Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Careers in Engineering and Technical Medical Laboratory TechniciansPlasters and Stucco Masons Semiconductor ProcessorsRoofers BoilermakersIron and Metal Workers Brick Masons, and StonemasonsAssemblers CarpentersOphthalmic Laboratory Technicians Tile Installers and FinishersPainting and Coating Workers Construction and Building InspectorsPower Plant Operators Construction Equipment OperatorsPrinting Machine Operators ElectriciansTextile Careers Hazardous Materials Removal WorkersTool and Die Makers Heating and air conditioning installerWaste Treatment Plant System Operators Painters and PaperhangersWelding, Soldering, and Brazing Workers Plumbers, Pipe Fitters, and Steam Fitters
Fine Arts and Humanities Art Teacher Mr. Johnson Cluster Courses: Art I Art II Art III Art IV Graphic Arts Teacher Mr. Ross Cluster Courses: Fundamentals of Graphic Design Electronic Imaging Platemaking Offset Press and Binding
Fine Arts and Humanities Band Teacher Mr. Dunfee Cluster Courses: Band I Band II Band III Band IV Choir Teacher Mr. Glover Cluster Courses: Choir I Choir II Choir III Choir IV
Fine Arts and Humanities Recommended electives for all: Foreign Language I & IICTE Course Speech/Oral CommunicationsJournalism Economics Psychology Geography Chorus/Band/Art JROTC 1-4 MU English 102 Upper Level ScienceHigher Level Math Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Careers Fine Arts and Humanities Advertising and Promotions ManagerMusic Director AnthropologistsPainters and Illustrator College Art, Drama, and Music Teachers,Photographic Retoucher and Restorer Broadcast News AnalystsPublic Address System Announcer Camera OperatorRadio Operator ComposerDemonstrators and Product Promoter CuratorGrips and Set-Up Worker EditorsMakeup Artist College English and Literature TeachersModels Film and Video EditorsMotion Picture Projectionist College Foreign Language TeachersPrinting Press Machine Operator Graphic DesignerProofreader and Copy Marker
Health Services Teacher: Mrs. Lusher and Mrs. Ellis Diagnostic or Information Services Cluster Courses: Health Care Fundamentals Concepts of Health Care Clinical Concepts Clinicals – 2 credits
Health Services Recommended electives for both: Foreign Language I & IICTE Course Speech/Oral CommunicationsJournalism Economics Psychology Geography JROTC 1-4 MU English 102 Upper Level ScienceHigher Level Math Work Based Internship (by permission only)
Careers in Health Services AnesthesiologistAthletic Trainer AudiologistNuclear Medicine Technologist Dietitian and NutritionistOccupational Health Specialist Occupational TherapistOptician, Dispensing OptometristRegistered Nurse PharmacistRespiratory Therapist Physical TherapistCardiovascular Technologist Physician AssistantDental Hygienist Physician and SurgeonDiagnostic Medical Sonographer PodiatristMedical Records Technician Radiation TherapistRadiological Technologist Recreational TherapistSurgical Technologist Speech-language pathologistClinical Laboratory Technologist
Science and Natural Resources Science Teachers: Mr. D. Dyer, Mrs. Sanders-Wallace, Mr. Wright, Mrs. Wright, Mr. Gibbs Natural Resource Teacher: Mr. C. Dyer Science Cluster Courses: Chemistry Physics Environmental Earth Science Other Science Natural Resources Cluster Courses: Horticulture Landscape Design Turf Management Agricultural Experience
Science and Natural Resources Recommended electives for both: Foreign Language I & IIBusiness Law Speech/Oral CommunicationsJournalism Economics Psychology Geography CTE Course JROTC 1-4 MU English 102 Upper Level ScienceHigher Level Math Work Based Internship (by permission only) Natural Resources Art I
Careers in Science and Natural Resources Small Animal CareAstronomer HorticultureGeologist Veterinary AssistantForester Agriculture FarmerPark Manager MeteorologistPhysicist VeterinarianSafety Technology ChemistBotanist Greenhouse ManagementNatural Resources Manager Turf ManagementConservation Officer Nuclear EngineerLandscaping Mining EngineerCivil Engineer Environmental EngineerMechanical Engineer Chemical EngineerAerospace Engineer
Human Services Social Services/ Education Teachers: Ms. Hager, Mrs. Nicler and Mrs. Perry Cluster Courses Speech Psychology Parenting Life Connections ProStart Teacher: Mrs. Nicler Cluster Courses: Prostart 1A Prostart 1B Prostart 2A Prostart 2B JROTC Teachers: 1st Sgt. Abbott and Staff Sgt. Taylor Cluster Courses: JROTC I JROTC II JROTC III JROTC IV
Human Services Recommended electives for all: Foreign Language I & IIBCA I & II Psychology Upper Level Science Upper Level MathMU English GeographyEconomics JROTC Speech Journalism CTE Courses Work Based Internship (by permission only) Prostart JROTC Baking/Food Preparation Consumer Math Art IP.E.
Careers in Human Services Air ForceBeautician ChefFireman Lawyer/AttorneyPolice Officer Social WorkerArmy Elementary TeacherCook ParalegalNavy/Marines CounselorWaiter/Waitress Middle School TeacherChild Care Criminal JusticeCustodian Secondary TeacherFood Handler Restaurant ManagerHotel Manager
Remember Preparation is Key Where do you want to be in 10 years? Career, Income, Home, Car, Family, etc.
Helpful Information Promise Scholarship: 3.0 GPA, ACT-22 composite, 20 in each subcategory. Colleges look at GPA, ACT, and social involvement: Band, Sports, Clubs, Etc.
Remember to Set Long Term Goals Research Careers that interest you before you select a cluster. Dont pick one just to be with your friends. http://whspioneers.googlepages.com