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...

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...

AP Computer Science A 483

This course emphasizes skills and content required to perform successfully on the AP exam for this course given in May. The student may receive college credit, advanced college placement, or both depending on the exam score. The course uses the Java programming...

AP Computer Science Principles

AP Computer Science Principles introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world. Students will think creatively while using computer software and other technology to...

Architecture 163/173

This advanced course introduces students to architectural design skills. Students use a multitude of software and model making skills to create original residential designs. The drawings range from artistic renderings to technical drawings for construction. Each...

Architecture 263/273 – 363/373

This advanced course is a continuation of Architecture 163/173. It provides students the opportunity to develop advanced architectural design skills. Students will design commercial structures with model making, renderings, and a set of construction documents....

Automotives 161

This is a consumer focused course that prepares students for vehicle ownership as well as the advanced automotive course. Units of study include automotive lubrication, identifying various vehicle fluids and fluid colors, and performing vehicle preventative...

Automotives 263, Advanced

This demonstration and lab course is designed for students wishing to learn service and repair operations in all eight areas defined by the national institute of automotive service excellence. Emphasis is placed on the diagnosis and repair of all eight-repair areas...

Automotives 363-463, Vocational

This course is designed for the student who is interested in automotive dealership service as a career and includes automotive service repair, operations management, managing dollars with sense, safety, communication, building a team and total customer relationship...

Business Law 161

This course is designed to introduce the student to the American legal system. The court system, crimes and lawsuits, rights and responsibilities of students, contracts, and the laws pertaining to the sales of goods are covered. Current cases occurring in the law are...

Career Survey 161

This instructional elective course focuses on self-exploration in the area of transition through instruction on decision-making and self-advocacy, as they relate to career choices and participation in society. Emphasis will be placed on self-analyzation and the...

Child Growth and Development 161

This course introduces students to the development of the child from conception through the school-age years. Topics such as how to work well with children, developmentally age appropriate activities, components of development (social-emotional, physical, cognitive...

Computer Science Honors 371

This course is an introduction to object oriented programming using the Java programming language. In this class, students will use library classes and packages for developing GUI (graphical user interface) applets and applications. Topics include programming syntax...

Computer-Aided Design and Fabrication 161

This semester long course will introduce students to the world of computer aided design and build critical skills in the drawing methods and standards of architects, engineers, and designers. This course includes the use of various tools involved with hand drafting,...

Construction Skills – Geometry in Construction 163

This is a year-long course and must be taken in conjunction with Geometry 263. Together, these two courses create the program titled “Geometry in Construction”. Students will gain experience in carpentry, including safety, tool use, floor, wall, and roof...

Culinary Arts 361/461

This advanced course is designed to allow students to explore their personal goals in the field of culinary arts and provide them with the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of the industry. In this class, students will create gourmet foods with artistic...

Digital Graphic Design 161

Discover how to create and edit a variety of static raster images and vector images. Experience the production and modification of typography, logos, product packaging, digital pictures and creative designs using the professional software packages Adobe Photoshop and...

Digital Graphic Design 261

Develop advanced graphic designs that are project and process focused to refine creative and technical skills using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Students will also explore other software and tools used in industry today. Using client-based scenarios, course...