Accounting 163

The emphasis of this course is on mastery of basic accounting concepts including the Accounting Cycle and understanding of key Financial Statements. Students purchase access to an online textbook and working papers, which enable the student to work on problems from...

Accounting Advanced Honors 271

A further study of the concepts and principles of accounting. This course continues many of the topics introduced during the first year of college accounting. Strongly recommended for those planning to major in business in college. Prerequisite: Accounting 163 OR...

Accounting Honors 173

This accelerated course is for the serious student who is interested in establishing a strong business foundation for college.  The student will master generally accepted accounting principles, examine different types of businesses, explore business careers with...

Adaptive Physical Education

Adapted Physical Education is designed instruction that will appropriately modify physical activities to meet the unique needs, challenges, abilities and disabilities of the individual students enrolled. Prerequisite: Permission from the Instructional Supervisor...

Advanced Acting 261

This intermediate course covers acting skills including relaxation and concentration, creation of characters, play-reading, blocking, and scene production. Students participate in theater games and exercises, improvisation, and performances of both monologues/audition...

Advanced Ceramics 261, 361, 461, 571, 671

Advanced level ceramics classes designed for students to develop skills in idea development, planning and reflective critiquing leading to well-made meaningful artwork. Prerequisite: Ceramics...

Advanced Drawing 261

This course is the second in sequence and will teach the development of drawing styles. Students will gain technical drawing skills in the areas of figure drawing, design, and still-life. Prerequisite: Drawing...

Advanced Foods and Nutrition 261

Foods & Nutrition 261 is a laboratory course designed to help students learn advanced cooking techniques. Students will craft amazing and fun foods using knives and creative chemistry. The units highlighted in this course include advanced quick breads, yeast...

Advanced Horticulture 263

As the capstone horticulture course, this laboratory course includes topics in botany, landscape design, greenhouse operation, floriculture, and plant identification. Students are expected to complete independent projects and accept responsibility for managing a...

Advanced Journalism Honors: Newspaper / Yearbook

Editors of the school newspaper and editors of the school yearbook are eligible to enroll in this advanced journalism and leadership course in which students are expected to demonstrate expertise in a variety of journalistic disciplines including reporting, writing,...

Advanced Music Theory and Composition 373

This course is designed specifically for the academically gifted music student. Its content is a continuation of Music Theory and Composition 283 with a focus on arranging, orchestrating, and composing. Prerequisite: AP Music Theory and Composition 283 OR Permission...

Advanced Painting 261

This course will teach advanced painting skills and idea development. Opportunities will be provided for students to develop their own styles, exhibit their work and develop a portfolio. Prerequisite: Painting...

Advanced Precalculus 463

This course covers various elementary functions, rational and polynomial functions, trigonometry, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Additional topics include polar equations, vectors, parametric equations, probability, statistics, and sequences & series....

Advanced Radio Production 261, 361, 461, 561, 661, 761

This is an advanced course in radio theory and production. Students in this course are expected to be conversant with the terminology of broadcast production, evaluation, and performance. In their assigned roles in specific station departments, students have...

Advanced Self-Defense and Fitness

This course is for the student who wishes to maintain their self-defense skills and personal fitness at a high level. Personal and Self-defense techniques will be developed within all stages of conflict. This course will include physical techniques as well as conflict...

Advanced Topics in Mathematics 873

Topics align with the Oakton Community College syllabi for Linear Algebra and Calculus III. In addition to high school credit, two semesters of college- level math credit may also be obtained (through Oakton dual credit). An application fee of $25 is required if...

Adventure Education I

This course consists of learning individual and team-related activities, i.e., team building, trust activities, fire building, outdoor cooking, knot tying, rope work, climbing, rappelling, kayaking, and introduction to challenge course. A strong emphasis is placed on...

Adventure Education II

This course builds upon the skills developed in Adventure Ed I, with emphasis on continued growth. The activities include advanced climbing and rappelling techniques, in depth work on the challenge course, team building skills, kayaking, personal challenge and...

Algebra 163, 263

This instructional course is designed to develop student’s knowledge of algebraic concepts and skills. Topics may include operations with integers, simplifying expressions, factoring, solving single and multi-step equations, absolute value, and inequalities....