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Required Courses

P.E. 9 is the physical education course required for graduation. It is a stand-alone course which encompasses the basic concepts of athletics and fitness, and introduces students to the basic physiological, psychological, sociological, and mechanical principles of human movement. Students will be empowered to make choices, meet challenges, and develop positive behaviors in fitness, wellness, and movement activity for a lifetime.

Health emphasizes successful application and mastery of health-enhancing skills. Health education is addressed in a way that allows students to obtain and interpret basic health information and apply it effectively to their daily lives. Students are encouraged to become health-literate and self-directed learners while establishing a basic understanding of health promotion and disease prevention. Health instruction leads high school students to understand basic concepts of health literacy.

College & Career
10th Grade (required)
One Semester - 1/2 credit

College and Career is designed to provide students foundations of basic knowledge and skills they need as they prepare for further training in a career or to go on to college. Guest speakers from various career fields inform students of different career paths. Students further their written and oral communication skills, collaboration skills, and problem solving skills.

Computer Science Principles
10th Grade (required)
Full Year - 1 credit

Computer Science Principles provides the foundation of an introductory computer programming course. Students learn how to develop computational thinking skills vital for success across all disciplines, such as using computational tools to analyze and study data and working with large data sets to analyze, visualize, and draw conclusions from trends. Students develop effective communication and collaboration skills by working individually and collaboratively to solve problems, discussing and writing about the impacts these solutions could have on their community, society, and the world.