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TABLE of CONTENTS
      Welcome . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  3
      Helpful Phone Numbers  . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  4
      Dual Enrollment/Credit Programs  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  5
      Graduation Requirements  .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
      Cross-Credit Opportunities .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  7
      Career Center . . .  . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  8
      Personalized Pathway Requirements (PPR) Worksheet . . .  . . . . . . . . . 9
      Career Pathways  . . . .  . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
      CTE – Engineering & Technology  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  12
      CTE – Art & Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  13
      CTE – Human Services . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  14
      CTE – Health & Agricultural Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  15
      CTE – Business & Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  16
      NMHS Course Course Descriptions by Departments
        •• Career & Technical Education (CTE)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  17
        •• Electives . . . .  . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  23
        •• English  . . . . .  . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  24
        •• Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  27
        •• Mathematics  . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  31
        •• Physical Education  . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  33
        •• Science  . . . .  . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  35
        •• Social Studies  . . .  . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  37
        •• World Languages                 . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  39
        •• West Sound Technical (WST) Skills Center  . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
TITLE IX: SECTION 504:                                                  The North Mason High School
North Mason School District No. 403 complies with all                   Course Description Guide is published by:
federal and state rules and regulations and does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex,
age, or handicap. This holds true for all students who are
                                                                        NORTH MASON HIGH SCHOOL
interested in participating in educational programs and/                150 North Mason School Rd
or extra curricular school activities. Inquiries regarding              Belfair, WA 98528
compliance procedures may be directed to the School                     Office: 360-277-2303
District’s Title IX Officer, Mark Swofford, or Section 504
Coordinator, Thom Worlund.
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WELCOME!
                          Dear Students, Parents and Guardians:

                        Welcome to North Mason High School’s course registration guide!
This guide is designed to help you select courses and understand NMHS graduation requirements. It outlines core
courses in all content areas as well as the many elective courses offered at NMHS.

We sincerely hope that you will take advantage of the educational opportunities and extracurricular activities offered
here. Your involvement in classes, athletics, clubs and student organizations will increase your enjoyment of these
high school years. Additionally, the academic choices students make during the next few years can have a lasting
impact on their careers and personal lives.

We encourage students to make informed and intelligent decisions in collaboration with their parents and guardians.
Teachers, school counselors and administrators are also invaluable resources in this process and can help students select
challenging courses that are aligned with graduation requirements and career and college goals.

By working together as members of Team North Mason, we can and will provide students with a high school
experience that is academically challenging, rewarding and relevant to the future.

                                             GO BULLDOGS!

                                                   FAMILY ACCESS
Family Access is an easy-to-use on-line resource that allows parents, guardians and students to access important
information from any computer with Internet access. To sign up, call Sandy at 360-277-2105. Sandy will ask you some
questions to verify your identity, and then mail your confidential user name and password to your student’s mailing
address on record.

     Family Access features include:
     ••   Ability to view records of all students within a single family, even if they attend different North Mason schools.
     ••   Parents and students can be assigned their own separate login information.

     Family Access records include:
     •• Student and emergency contact information
     •• Assignments and grades
     •• Attendance
     •• Class schedules
••   Food service accounts

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NMHS on the WEB: Visit our NMSD home page at n o r t h m a s o n s c h o o l s . o r g ,                 then click on
SCHOOLS and choose North Mason High School.

NMHS website features include:
         •• Event calendar – Find out about parent forums, athletic schedules concerts and other school activities.
            You can even sign up to receive emails for cancelled or rescheduled events.
         •• Athletics – Support the Bulldogs!
         •• Attendance (for absences, tardies, early dismissals or messages to students)
         •• Directions (how to find the school)
         •• Family Access; Guidance Counseling; Library
         •• Staff Directory
         •• Student Handbook
         •• Transportation
                                           CONTACT STAFF via EMAIL
Email most NMSD staff members by using the following formula:
first initial + last name @northmasonschools.org

Ex: jdoe@northmasonschools.org

You may also access staff email addresses at the NMHS website.

                                       SCHOOL NEWS via DAILY EMAIL
Would you like to stay informed about activities, opportunities, sports and daily news at NMHS? All you have to do is visit
the Parents & Community Members page on northmasonschools.org to sign up for NMHS School News via email.
After completing the easy registration, you’ll begin receiving the daily NMHS Bulldog Bulletin in your in-box.

                                     EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSURES
Visit our NMSD home page at no rthma so nschools.org and click on “Emergency Information” on the right
navigation menu. You can also call the district hotline at 360-277-2390.

                                  NO INTERNET ACCESS? NO PROBLEM
For those parents without Internet access, we are still happy to assist you in person or by phone. Please feel free to
call our NMHS office at 360-277-2303 or our Guidance office at 360-277-2191.

              HELPFUL PHONE NUMBERS
NMHS MAIN OFFICE . . . .  . . . . . . .  . .  .  277-2303          COUNSELING OFFICE . . .  . . . . . . .  277-2191
ATTENDANCE LINE . . . .  . . . . . . .  . . . . . 277-2218         COUNSELORS
DISTRICT OFFICE  . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . .  . 277-2300      For students with last names A – K:
FOOD SERVICE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . .  .  277-2121    Kim Walters . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  277-2185
TRANSPORTATION/BUSES . . . . . .  . . .  . 277-2301                kwalt e rs@ nort hm asonschools.o rg
Principal Chad Collins. . . . . . . . . .  . . .  . 277-2169       For students with last names L – Z:
cc ol l ins @no rt hmas on s c h ools .or g                        Julie Barfield  . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . 277-2188
Asst. Principal/Athletic Director                                  jbarfie ld@ nort hm asonschools .o rg
Mark Swofford  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . 277-2165     Career & Technical Education Director
m sw o f f o rd @ nor th mas on s c h ools .or g                   Anne Crosby . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . .  277-2393
Asst. Principal Steve Hackett . . . . . . . . 277-2299             acrosby@ nort hm asonschools.o rg
s h a c k e t t @no rt hmas on s c h ools .or g
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DUAL ENROLLMENT/CREDIT
                          Programs in Washington State
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION		 ADVANTAGE                            STUDENT                     TUITION           COURSES
							                                                    RESPONSIBILITIES             /FEES            AVAILABLE

TECH PREP A program enabling              • Remain in      • Enroll in Tech Prep       NONE              See your college
             students to remain in        high school      designated classes at                         and career
             high school and begin        • Prepare for    the high school                               counselor for
             a vocational/techni-         vocational/      • Register online                             details.
             cal program that earns       technical        • Earn a “B” or better
             college credit and leads     career           in the course
             to a 2-year degree or        • Earn both
             certificate.                 high school &
                                          college credit

RUNNING      A program that allows        • Accelerated    • Determine                 Tuition waived,   See the Olympic
START        qualified high school        class            transferability of          student pays      College Running
             juniors and seniors to at-   • Earn both      Running Start college       lab fees,         Start webpage for
             tend college classes and     high school      credits                     textbooks and     details.
             earn high school and         and college      • Ensure credits apply to   transportation
             college credit.              credit           high school graduation
                                                           • Must meet
                                                           applications/registration
                                                           deadlines.

             Identified courses that      • Remain in      • Apply for testing         AP Test Fee       See your school
ADVANCED     prepare high school          high school      • Meet high academic                          counselor for
             students to take             • Accelerated    standards                                     details.
PLACEMENT
             advanced placement           class
             and/or credit at the         • Earn both
             post-secondary level.        high school &
                                          college credit
                                          • AP and/or
                                          college credit
                                          granted based
                                          on successful
                                          AP test scores

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
               SUBJECT                            REQUIREMENTS
                                                  CLASS OF 2019 & BEYOND
               ENGLISH						4
               MATHEMATICS					3
               SCIENCE (w/o LAB)				1
               SCIENCE (w/LAB)					2
               SOCIAL STUDIES					3
               CAREER CHOICES (CTE)			                         .5
               CAREER & TECH ED (CTE)			                       2
               HEALTH 						.5
               PHYSICAL EDUCATION 				1.5
               ARTS							2
               WORLD LANGUAGE -or-			                          2*
               PERSONALIZED PATHWAY			2*
               ELECTIVES						6

               **TOTAL CREDITS            			27

      *FLEXIBLE REQUIREMENTS –
      				       World Language credit and Personalized Pathway requirement may be substituted
      				       with approval according to a Student's High School and Beyond Plan.

      NOTE: To earn a NMHS diploma, a student must earn the required number of
      credits; must meet the state requirements for passing Washington State History
      and state tests or approved alternatives to those tests.

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CROSS-CREDIT OPPORTUNITIES
                                                 DEFINITION:
In many cases North Mason High School’s curriculum provides for equivalency or cross-crediting. Cross-
crediting is a situation where certain elective classes are used to fulfill specific requirements for graduation.

                                                  PURPOSE:
The purpose for cross-crediting is to expand a student’s choice of required and elective classes. It provides an
opportunity to tailor a student’s four-year plan to his/her career goals.

                                                     NOTE:
Students planning to attend a four-year college after high school should check with the admissions
departments of the prospective schools they plan to attend before enrolling in cross-credit classes to fulfill
graduation requirements. These courses may not meet college admission requirements. Students are reminded
that a number of classes may be taken in place of certain required classes. Listed in the table below are the
classes that meet the cross-credit requirements that apply to the graduating class of 2020.

        COURSE				                                           CROSS-CREDITS WITH:
        Accounting						Career & Tech Ed

        Animal Science					                                   Science or Career & Tech Ed

        Business Communications			                            English or Career & Tech Ed

        Digital Photography				                               Fine Arts or Career & Tech Ed

        Graphic Design					                                   Fine Arts or Career & Tech Ed

        Horticulture					                                     Science or Career & Tech Ed

        Financial Math					                                   Math or Career & Tech Ed

        Video Production					                                 Career & Tech Ed

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NORTH MASON HIGH SCHOOL
                                             CAREER CENTER
                                  Thomas Mosby, Ed.D • Career & College Counselor • Room ???
                                        tmosby@northmasonschools.org • 360.277.2211

                                 Come and see all that we have to offer!

                             STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES include:
  ▶▶   College and Career Readiness and Planning
  ▶▶   Vocational / Apprenticeship Programs
  ▶▶   US Military
  ▶▶   2-year Technical Programs
  ▶▶   4-year Colleges and Universities
  ▶▶   College Application and Financial Aid Assistance
  ▶▶   Volunteer Opportunities
  ▶▶   Work-Based Learning Program
  ▶▶   Summer Employment Opportunities

                CAREER & COLLEGE PREPARATION ACTIVITIES include:
  ▶▶   College Presentations:     Regional and national colleges provide presentations to students about
  						                          admissions process, including financial aid
  ▶▶   College Campus Visits:     Student field trips to Puget Sound regional college campuses
  ▶▶   National College Fair:     Student field trip to National College Fair in Seattle
  ▶▶   Regional Career Fair:      Student field trips to regional employment hiring fairs at various sites in
  						various industries
  ▶▶   Industry Site Visits:		    On-site student field trips to various industries
  ▶▶   Industry Presentations:    On-campus presentations to students from various industry representatives
  ▶▶   ASVAB Assessment Coordination:     On-campus student ASVAB Assessment opportunity twice/year
  ▶▶   Pre-ACT Assessment Coordination: On-campus 10th grade student Pre-ACT assessment opportunity
  ▶▶   SAT/ACT Assessment Coordination: On-campus student guidance opportunities for these assessments
  ▶▶   Work–Based Learning:       Student opportunity to earn HS credit for work-based learning participation
  ▶▶   Internships:		             On-campus assistance helping students find internships and volunteer
  						opportunities
  ▶▶   Employment assistance:     Assist students in finding part-time or full-time employment while in school
  						and upon graduation
  ▶▶   High School and Beyond Plans:      Assist students with completing High School and Beyond Planning
  ▶▶   Scholarships Notebooks:    Assist students with exploring scholarship opportunities via the creation of
  						                          their scholarship notebook during their senior year
  ▶▶   Scholarship Awareness:     Assist students with scholarship search and application process
  ▶▶   Federal Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA):      Assist students with completing the FASFA

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Name: __________________________________________                           Grade Level: ______________

     MY PERSONALIZED PATHWAY REQUIREMENT (PPR) WORKSHEET
                                     (Class of 2020 and beyond)

                             What is a Personalized Pathway?
                                ▶▶    It is a sequence of courses intentionally chosen by you, that prepare
                                you to meet your graduation requirements and specific post-high school
                                career or educational goals, and is meaningful and realistic.
                                ▶▶    It is created in collaboration between you, your parent/guardian, and
                                school counselor or administrator.
                                ▶▶    Please note: an additional 1.5 Fine Arts credit and 2.0 World Language
                                credit courses are required, unless replaced by “Personalized Pathway”
                                courses you choose in your 4-year course plan based on your career interest
                                and educational goals.

My Personalized Career Pathway is _____________________________________

   1. For my Personalized Pathway courses, based on my career interests and educational
      goals, I plan to take these courses to meet my overall graduation requirements:

		       REQUIRED COURSE (0.5 Credit)		           SUBSTITUTED COURSE

			          Fine Art
			          Fine Art
			          World Language
			          World Language
			          World Language
			          World Language

   2. How does my career interest connect with the courses I am taking or plan to take?

      _________________________________________________________________________________

      _________________________________________________________________________________

**I understand that university entrance requirements will not be met if I do not take World Language
or Fine Arts classes, and this could disqualify me from university eligibility.

Parent Signature: ______________________________________               Date: _______________________

Student Signature: _____________________________________                Date: _______________________

School Official: _________________________________________             Date: _______________________

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CAREER PATHWAYS
    ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS: CREATORS—Students who prefer dealing with IDEAS and PEOPLE and enjoy
    EXPRESSING their own feelings and ideas in new and different ways through dance, music, art, design, language,
    literature, and other creative outlets.

    BUSINESS & MARKETING: ORGANIZERS AND PROMOTERS—Students who prefer the operational aspects
    of business such as working with DATA, TAKING CARE OF DETAILS, keeping things in order, following rules and
    procedures, and being practical.

    ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY: DOERS AND PLANNERS—Students who prefer working with THINGS and
    enjoy ACTION, using tools, machinery and equipment, working with their hands, seeing the results of their work, and
    often having mechanical, physical, or athletic abilities.
    HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES: HELPERS—Students who enjoy and prefer to work with PEOPLE, helping them
    with their problems, being of service, and doing things for people to contribute to their health and wellness.
    SCIENCE & NATURAL RESOURCES: THINKERS AND INVESTIGATORS—Students who prefer dealing with
    IDEAS and THINGS and enjoy SOLVING PROBLEMS using their minds; dealing with facts and information, and often
    having ability in math and science.

High schools in our state are expected to increasingly engage students to connect high school learning to applications in
the real world, and require that each student has a plan for the year after graduation. These plans include many options:

                 • Community College • 4-year college • Technical College • Specialty Schools
                             Apprenticeships • On-the-Job Training • Military
To assist students to be engaged in their educational planning the following have been implemented as part of the
high school graduation requirements.
			              • A Plan (High School and Beyond Plan)                               • Pathway focus
Parental support is important. Students who have parents/guardians who are actively involved in their academic
careers and planning for the future have a better chance for success during high school and with their post-high
school plans.
Plan Portfolio
All students will have a “High School and Beyond” plan for their four years of high school and for the year after high
school. The plan offers the flexibility to explore areas of interest, but with a future goal in mind. It should help students
understand what they are learning, why they are learning, and how can they use this learning in their future. You can
further define your High School and Beyond Plan by following a Program of Study and taking specific high school
courses which satisfy degree requirements at a college or university. A “High School and Beyond Plan" is a required
document in every student’s portfolio.

The portfolio is where students store their High School and Beyond Plan and its supporting documents. Required
components include:

			              • A career goal 					                            • A resume and cover letter
			              • An educational goal 				                       • Two letters of recommendation
			              • A four-year course plan for high school        • Completion of Career Pathway inventory
			              • Identification of required assessments         • Completion of Career Interest Profiler
Pathway
A pathway is a framework for an organized sequence of classes, experiences, and community- based activities,
supporting students in career exploration and educational preparation. The pathway provides a framework for
selecting classes related to their post-high school plans. These plans within a pathway are flexible and may change as
students progress through their high school experience, but students should consult their counselors to ensure they
are on track to meet any desired college entrance requirements.

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CAREER PATHWAYS

       Engineering, Manufacturing                                                              Arts & Communications
       & Industrial Technology
                                                                                               • Visual Arts
       • Engineering, Design, Development                                                      • Television & Video Production
       • Automotive Technology                                                                 • Publishing
       • Manufacturing                                                                         • Studio 2D & 3D Art
       • Architecture & Construction                                                           • Commercial Photography
       • Computer Science                                                                        & Visual Communications

                                                                  *
                                                        Creativity & Information
                                                  Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
                                               Information, Communication, Technology
                                                                                                              Human
                                            Social & Cross Cultural Skills • Communication
                                                                                                              Services
                                                & Collaboration • Information & Literacy
    Business
    & Marketing
                                             Media Literacy • Productivity & Accountability                   • Education
                                                Leadership & Responsibility • Flexibility                       & Training
    • Finance &                                        & Adaptability • Initiative &                          • Government,
      Accounting                                                                                                Law Enforcement
                                                              Self-Direction
                                                                                                                Services, Military
    • Business,
      Marketing &                                                                                             • Human
      Entrepreneurship                                                                                          Development &
                                                                                                                Personal Care
    • Economics
                                                                                                                Services
    • Business
                                                                                                              • Culinary Arts
      Technology
                                                                                                                & Food Careers
                                          Health & Agricultural Sciences                                      • Sign Language
                                                                                                                Interpretation
                                          • Medical & Health Careers
                                          • Nutrition & Wellness
                                          • Family Health & Psychology
                                          • Horticulture & Animal
                                            Sciences
                    North Mason
                    School District

       *The term21st century skillsrefers to a broad set of knowledge, skills, work habits, and character
       traits that are believed—by educators, employers, and others—to be critically important to success

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CTE - ARTS & COMMUNICATION
Arts & Communications
     Courses offered at North Mason High School:

                 Visual Arts                           Photography                 Video/TV Production
          Graphic Design                          Digital Photography               Video Production

          Introduction to Ceramics

          Ceramics - Handbuilding

          Ceramics - Wheel Throwing

          Ceramics -
          Professional/Independent Artist

                                                            Post-Secondary Programs & Degrees

                                                            T E C H N I C A L P R O G R A M S:
                                                            Arts-Assoc. Degree: Olympic; Media,
                                                            Communications & Design: Bates, Bellevue, Clover
                                                            Park, Highline, Lake Washington, Olympic, Seattle
                                                            Central, Pierce: Computer Graphics: Bellevue,
 C A R E E R S:                                             Lake Washington, Pierce; Fashion Marketing:
                                                            Olympic; Photographic & Film/Video: Olympic,
 Animator                  Graphic Designer
                                                            Bellevue; Animation: Lake Washington; Commercial
 Art Director              Illustrator Interior
                                                            Photography/Commercial Advertising/Art: Seattle
 Art Therapist             Designer Painting
                                                            Central; Radio/Television Broadcasting Tech: Bates
 Artist                    Potter
 Artistic Director         Prop Crafts Artisan
                                                            U N I V E R S I T Y P R O G R A M S:
 Audio Systems             Sculptor
 Technician                Set Designer                     Applied Design & Interior Design: Bellevue, Lake
 Audio-Visual Designer &   Sign Painter                     Washington; Journalism, Visual Communications,
 Engineer                  Tattoo Artist                    Design: EWU, CWU, UW, WSU: Digital Arts, Visual &
 Audio-Visual Specialist   Technical Computer Support
                                                            Digital Design: Art Institute of Seattle
 Broadcast Technicians     Video Systems Technicians
 Camera Operators          Videographer & Special Effects   Additional programs may be available, please check individual
 Cartoonists                                                colleges for more information.
 Cinematographer
 Computer Animation
 Fashion Designer
 Film Making

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CTE - HUMAN SERVICES
Human Services
    Courses offered at North Mason High School:

                                                Consumer & Family
                                                    Resources
                                            Financial Math

     Post-Secondary Programs & Degrees

     T E C H N I C A L P R O G R A M S in
     EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES:
     Early Childhood Ed & Teaching: Bates, Bellevue, Clover Park,
     Green River, Highline, Olympic, Pierce, Renton, Seattle Central;
     Prof-Tech Teaching: Bates, Lake Washington, Olympic; Teacher
     Aide: Bates, Clover Park, Green River, Pierce, Tacoma; Sign
     Language Interpretation: Olympic, Seattle Central; Human
     Services: Olympic

     T E C H N I C A L P R O G R A M in
     CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY:                                                C A R E E R S:
     Olympic
                                                                         Air Traffic Controller
     T E C H N I C A L P R O G R A M S in                                Baker
     CULINARY ARTS, HOSPITALITY & FASHION:                               Caterer
                                                                                                     Library Technician
                                                                                                     Military Officer
     Baking & Pastry Arts: Lake Washington, Olympic, Renton,             Chef
                                                                                                     Military Service Pilot
     Seattle Central; Culinary Arts/Chef Training: Bates, Clover Park,   Child Care Worker
     Lake Washington, Olympic, Renton, Seattle Central, South                                        Resort Manager
                                                                         Clergy
     Seattle; Fashion: Olympic                                                                       Sign Language
                                                                         College Professor
                                                                                                     Interpreter
     U. S. M I L I T A R Y S E R V I C E:                                Correctional Officer
                                                                                                     Social Worker
     Air Force, Army Marines, Navy, Coast Guard                          Counselor
                                                                                                     Teacher
                                                                         Customs Agent
     U N I V E R S I T Y P R O G R A M S:                                Detective
     CWU: Psychology, Sociology, Family & Consumer Sciences,             Educational Administrator
     Education, Nutrition, Exercise, Health Science; UW:                 Employment Interviewer
     Education, Psychology, Social Sciences Sociology; WWU:              Executive Chef
     Education, Psychology; EWU: Education, Psychology;
                                                                         Facilities Management
     WSU: Hospitality Business Administration, Education;
                                                                         FBI Agent
     OfficerTraining: US Armed Forces
                                                                         Government Executive &
     Additional programs may be available, please check individual       Legislative
     colleges for more information.
                                                                         Librarian

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CTE - HEALTH & AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Health & Agricultural Sciences
    Courses offered at North Mason High School:

     Health Education & Health Sciences                                 Agricultural Sciences
      Health                                                   Horticulture
      Biomedical Science                                       Animal Science
      Human Body Systems                                       Veterinary Science

      Medical Detectives - MS

                                                            Post-Secondary Programs & Degrees

                                                            M E D I C A L / H E A LT H - R E L A T E D
                                                            T E C H N I C A L P R O G R A M S:
                                                            Biological Lab Tech: Bates; Dental Assistant: Bates, Clover Park,
                                                            Renton; Dental Lab Tech: Bates; Ultrasound Tech: Bellevue,
                                                            Tacoma; Emergency Med Tech: Tacoma; Medical Records:
                                                            Highline, Olympic, Tacoma; Ward Clerk: Bellevue, Clover Park;
                                                            Hemodialysis: Clover Park; Central Service Tech: Clover Park;
                                                            Medical Insurance Coding: Bates, Highline, Olympic, Tacoma;
                                                            Radiologic Tech: Bellevue, Tacoma; Medical Transcription: Bates,
  C A R E E R S:                                            Highline, Tacoma; Medical Asst: Bellevue, Clover Park, Highline,
                                                            Olympic; Nursing Asst: Clover Park, Green River, Olympic, Tacoma;
  Agricultural & Food          Fish & Game Officer          Nursing-Associate Degree: Bellevue, Clover Park, Highline,
  Scientist                    Florist                      Olympic, Renton, Tacoma, South Seattle; Nursing Practical: Bates,
                                                            Clover Park, Green River, Highline, Lake Washington, Pierce,
  Agricultural Educator        Forestry Technician
                                                            Renton, South Seattle; Optician: Seattle Central; Optometric Tech:
  Anesthesiologist             Health Care Administration   Renton; Sign Language Interpreter: Olympic, Seattle Central;
  Animal Control Officer       Home Health Aide             Respiratory Therapy: Highline, Seattle Central, Tacoma; Substance
  Animal Husbandry             Landscape Designer           Abuse Counseling: Bellevue, Clover Park, Seattle Central,
  Arborist                     Massage Therapist            Highline; Surgical Tech: Clover Park, Seattle Central; Veterinarian
  Athletic Trainer             Medical Transcriptionist     Asst: Pierce; Forensic Tech: Green River
  Biochemist                   Nurse Practitioner           A G R I C U LT U R E / N A T U R A L R E S O U R C E S
  Bio-Tech Lab Technician      Optometrist                  R E L A T E D T E C H N I C A L P R O G R A M S:
  Certified Nursing            Pharmacist
                                                            Horticulture: Lake Washington, South Seattle; Landscaping:
  Assistant                    Pharmacy Technician
                                                            Clover Park; Viticulture/Fermentation: Lake Washington, South
  Chiropractor                 Physical Therapist Asst.     Seattle; Urban Agriculture: Highline; Welding: Olympic
  Clinical Medical Assistant   Physician
  Conversation Scientists &    Psychologist                 U N I V E R S I T Y P R O G R A M S:
  Foresters                    Registered Nurse             Nursing: UW, EWU, WSU; Medicine: UW; Veterinary Science:
  Dental Assistant             Speech Pathologist           WSU; Agriculture Sciences: CWU, WSU, UW; Dietician: CWU;
  Dental Hygienist             Sports Trainer               Athletic Training: EWU, Whitworth, WSU; Pharmaceutical
  Dentist Dietician            Surgeon                      Sciences: WSU, UW; Physical Therapy: EWU: Zoology: UW,
                                                            WWU, WSU; Biotechnology: UW
  Ecologist                    Surgical Technician
  EMT/Paramedic                Ultrasound Technician        Additional programs may be available, please check individual
                                                            colleges for more information.

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CTE - BUSINESS & MARKETING
Business & Marketing
    Courses offered at North Mason High School:

                Business                           Business Technology                    Marketing
         Accounting                               Computer Science - MS            Introduction to Marketing
                                                  Microsoft Office                 Advanced Marketing
                                                  Computer Science Essentials      Store Operations
                                                                                   Sports & Entertainment
                                                                                   Marketing
                                                                                   Fashion Marketing

     Post-Secondary Programs & Degrees

     T E C H N I C A L P R O G R A M S:
     Accounting: Bates, Bellevue, Clover Park, Green River, Highline,
     Lake Washington, Olympic, Pierce, Renton, South Seattle,
     Tacoma; Banking & Support Services: Clover Park, Olympic,
     Renton; Business Adm. Mgmt.: Bates, Bellevue, Highline,
     Olympic, Pierce, Renton, Tacoma; Computer Info Systems:                Assista
     Olympic; Human Resource Mgmt.: Bellevue, Pierce, Tacoma;           C A R E E R S:
     Information Technology Programs: Bates, Bellevue, Clover
                                                                        Aircraft Mechanics
     Park, Green River, Highline, Lake Washington, Pierce, Olympic,
                                                                        Airplane Assemblers
     Renton, Seattle Central, South Seattle, Tacoma; Marketing                                    Design Engineers
                                                                        Airplane Pilots
     Mgmt: Bates, Bellevue, Clover Park, Green River, Highline,
                                                                        Architect                 Drafter
     Pierce; Retail Mgmt: Bellevue, Clover Park, Highline, Olympic;
                                                                        Automobile Mechanics      Drywall Installer
     Office Mgmt: Bellevue, Clover Park, OIlympic, Pierce, Renton,
                                                                        Cabinet Makers            Electrical Engineering
     Seattle Central, South Seattle; Web: Bates, Bellevue, Highline,
     Olympic, Pierce, Renton, Tacoma                                    CAD Designer              Electricians
                                                                        Carpenters                Electronic Engineer
                                                                                                  Engineer
     U N I V E R S I T Y P R O G R A M S:                               Civil Engineer
                                                                        Computer Equipment        Environmental Fire
     Business Administration: EWU, CWU, WSU, UW, WWU;                   Repair                    Inspectors
     Information Technology / Design Tech: EWU;                         Computer Network & Data   Game Designer
     IT & Information Mgmt.: CWU;                                       Computer Programmers      General Contractor
     Digital Technology: WSU;                                           Computer Support          Industrial Engineer
     Information Systems & Operations Mgmt: UW                          Specialists               Machinists
                                                                        Computer Systems          Mechanical Engineer
     Additional programs may be available, please check individual      Analysts                  Military Officer
     colleges for more information.                                                               Plumber
                                                                        Construction Foreman
                                                                        Construction & Building   Sheet Metal Worker
                                                                        Inspectors                Systems Administrator
                                                                        Database Administrators   Welding Technician

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NMHS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                                      1 Trimester to 0.5 credit / 2 Trimesters to 1.0 credit / 3 Trimesters to 1.5 credits

                                    CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)

C
       areer and Technical Education (CTE) is a program that offers the students of North Mason an
       opportunity to develop their skills in specific industries. Students are able to learn using "hands-
       on" activities with their computers, automobiles, environmental science, carpentry, digital video
production, technical theater, family and consumer sciences and marketing. The skills acquired in CTE
courses help students get better and higher paying jobs both after high school and college. It is proven that
self-confidence, self-awareness, good work habits, problem solving, punctuality and teamwork skills are
outcomes of CTE programs.

                                    HORTICULTURE		                        Fall / Winter / Spring
                                    ▶▶ PREREQUISITE: None
CTE – PLANTS / ANIMALS / BUSINESS

                                    ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                                    ▶▶ FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Science credit
                                    Horticulture is a combination of classroom-based and hands-on laboratory exploration in basic botany.
                                    Students will study small-scale food and ornamental plant production, world agriculture, implications of
                                    farming (both conventional and organic) and greenhouse management. Related career opportunities will
                                    be explored. Student may participate in field trips to farms and nurseries, propagate and grow a variety of
                                    plants and learn successful greenhouse plant culture.

                                    ANIMAL SCIENCE 		                     Fall / Winter / Spring
                                      ▶▶ PREREQUISITE: None
                                      ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12
                                      ▶▶ FULFILLS: .5 Science or CTE credit
                                    This course focuses on the scientific principles of the breeding and care of agricultural animals, and the
                                    production, processing and distribution of agricultural animal products. Includes instruction in the animal
                                    sciencers, animal husbandry and agricultural food products processing.

                                    ACCOUNTING
                                    ▶▶ PREREQUISITE: None
                                    ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 11 – 12
                                    ▶▶ FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Elective credit
                                    Did you realize that all colleges require business, marketing, and economics students to take three accounting
                                    classes? This class will give you a solid background of accounting skills to help you succeed at the college
                                    level. Also, learning practical accounting applications will allow you to develop highly demanded job skills in
                                    small and large companies both as a college graduate or to apply for a job right out of high school.

                                    BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS - TECH PREP
                                    ▶▶ PREREQUISITE: English 9 and 10		         FULFILLS: .5 CTE credit or English elective
                                    ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 11 – 12; 10 with instructor permission
                                    Did you know that 70% of your day is spent communicating with other people? This English class offers
                                    activities that enhance student skills to meet work-place demands. For example: effective communication,
                                    positive teamwork, conflict management, problem solving strategies, use of technology and giving
                                    presentations. Business Communications prepares tomorrow’s leaders!
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MICROSOFT OFFICE APPLICATIONS - TECH PREP
                                                 ▶▶   PREREQUISITE: None
                                                 ▶▶   GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
CTE – BUSINESS / WORK-SITE LEARNING / CERAMICS
                                                 ▶▶   FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Elective credit
                                                 Technological advances have promoted new ways of thinking, working, communicating and learning. This
                                                 class will include Microsoft Office Suite 2010 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint & Publisher), 10-key and Internet
                                                 basics. It is highly recommended that all students take this introductory course.

                                                 CAREER CHOICES - ELECTIVE FOR CLASSES OF 2020, 2021, 2022
                                                 ▶▶   PREREQUISITE: None
                                                 ▶▶   GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12
                                                 ▶▶   FULFILLS: .5 CTE credit - Required for Class of 2023 & beyond
                                                 Are you ready for the real world? The average North Mason High School graduate will make seven career
                                                 changes throughout his/her life. Balancing family, career and community roles is critical to enjoying life.
                                                 Students will have the opportunity to research career options and plan strategies to meet their personal and
                                                 career goals through exploring:
                                                      College and technical training opportunities
                                                      Scholarship and financial aid strategies and essays
                                                      Career research and expectations
                                                      Guest speakers share up-to-date workplace insight
                                                      Resumes, letters of introduction, reflection papers

                                                 WORK-SITE LEARNING / WORK-BASED LEARNING                                   (W2 WORK REQUIRED)
                                                 ▶▶   PREREQUISITE: Career counselor permission
                                                 ▶▶   GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12, at least 16 years of age and legally employed
                                                 ▶▶   FULFILLS: 1.0 Elective (360 hr)
                                                 Students who are currently working at a job (after school hours) are potentially able to earn 0.5 credit for
                                                 every 180 hours worked for a maximum of 1.0 credit per year. Current or past enrollment in a qualifying
                                                 CTE course is required. No “under the table” or “self-employed” positions allowed; hours worked during the
                                                 summer cannot be counted toward the credit requirement. See the Career Center staff for information and
                                                 to enroll.

                                                 INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS
                                                 ▶▶   PREREQUISITE: None
                                                 ▶▶   GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                                                 ▶▶   FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Fine Arts credit
                                                 ▶▶   CLASS FEE: $25
                                                 This class is an introduction to the various construction techniques of clay with emphasis on the
                                                 fundamentals of hand-building using coil, slab and pinch techniques. Introduction to basic sculpture will
                                                 also be included. Techniques in decorating and glazing will be explored. Many techniques and products will
                                                 be related to historic periods, as well as various cultural settings.

                                                 CERAMICS – HAND BUILDING
                                                 ▶▶   PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Ceramics
                                                 ▶▶   GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12    FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Fine Arts credit                   CLASS FEE: $25
                                                 Students will explore their artistic creativity enhancing skills in hand building and sculpture. This course
                                                 provides students with an opportunity to develop more specific directions within ceramic production. Glaze
                                                 chemistry, decorating techniques, properties of clay and the firing of kilns will be studied.

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CERAMICS – WHEEL THROWING
                               ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Ceramics
                               ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                               ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Fine Arts credit   CLASS FEE: $25

                               Students will explore their artistic creativity and enhance skills working on the potter’s wheel. This course
                               provides students with an opportunity to develop more specific directions within ceramic production. Glaze
                               chemistry, decorating techniques, properties of clay and the firing of kilns will be studied.

                               CERAMICS - PROFESSIONAL/INDEPENDENT ARTIST
                               ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Ceramics – Hand Building or Wheel Throwing
CTE – CERAMICS / WOODWORKING

                               ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                               ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Fine Arts credit  CLASS FEE: $25
                               This class provides students with advanced individual work in ceramics with an emphasis on perfecting
                               techniques, a variety of processes and the history of ceramics. This class will focus on philosophy of art and
                               what it means to be an artist. Professionalism in art and portfolio building will also be studied. At least two
                               hours a week outside of class will be spent working on ceramic assignments.

                               INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING
                               ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: None
                               ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                               ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE CLASS FEE: $28
                               This class will develop an understanding of the materials, processes and products of the woodworking
                               industries. Students will develop basic skills and techniques needed to construct projects of their own
                               selection following a basic introduction to woodworking, including the care and operation of hand and
                               power tools with a major emphasis on shop safety. Other areas of concentration will include project design
                               and selection of materials, basic wood joints, basic wood finishing techniques, estimation of project costs
                               and development of a plan of procedure. This course is a prerequisite to all other courses in woodworking.

                               WOODWORKING II
                               ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Woodworking
                               ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                               ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE   CLASS FEE: $28
                               This class is a continuation of the Introduction to Woodworking. Students will learn the basics needed to
                               plan, build and finish cabinets and other handcrafted wooden products. Students will work through a series
                               of projects, as well as written assignments. This class is for those who enjoy working with wood or who may
                               want a career building wood products.

                               ADVANCED WOODWORKING
                               ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Woodworking and Woodworking II
                               ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12
                               ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE   CLASS FEE: $28
                               This course is designed to give the student who has completed the Introduction and Woodworking II classes
                               the opportunity to work in-depth in areas of his/her choosing. Students will construct projects of advanced
                               designs. Instruction will include complex wood joints, lamination, spray finishes, production wood fasteners,
                               hardware and related innovations in wood technology.

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INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
CTE – ENGINEERING / MANUFACTURING / TECHNOLOGY   ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: None
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12          FULFILLS: 1.0 CTE or Elective credit (2 trimester course)
                                                 From launching space explorations to delivering safe, clean water to communities, engineers find solutions
                                                 to pressing problems and turn their ideas into reality. Engineering empowers you to step into the role of an
                                                 engineer, adopt a problem-solving mindset, and make te leap- fromdreameers to doers. Studets dig deep into
                                                 the engineering design rocess, applying math, science, and engineering standards to handson projects like
                                                 designing a new toy or improving an existing product.

                                                 PRINCIPALS OF ENGINEERING (POE)
                                                 ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Introduction to Engineering Design
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12     FULFILLS: 1.0 CTE or Elective credit (2 trimester course)
                                                 Principles Of Engineering (POE) is a high school-level survey course of engineering. The course exposes
                                                 students to some of the major concepts that they will encounter in a post-secondary engineering course of
                                                 study. POE gives students the opportunity to develop skills and understanding of course concepts through
                                                 activity-, project-, and problem based (APPB) learning. As you master the basic concepts needed to continue
                                                 your education in engineering or engineering technology, you’ll apply them — tackling real world challenges,
                                                 i.e. energy sources and applications, building robotic machine systems, fluid power, testing the strength and
                                                 durability of materials, understanding how things move and applying that knowledge to projects.

                                                 INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING – TECH PREP / OC COLLEGE CREDIT
                                                 ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: None
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12           FULFILLS: .5 CTE credit
                                                 Students will learn entry-level business and marketing concepts, including marketing and business
                                                 fundamentals, selling, product-service planning, information management, distribution, pricing, promotion,
                                                 risk management, career development, human relations, marketing math and marketing operations. Students
                                                 taking Marketing will have the opportunity to participate in DECA (student marketing leadership organization).

                                                 ADVANCED MARKETING
                                                 ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Marketing
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12, 9 with instructor permission and/or counselor referral
                                                 ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE credit or Career Choices requirement
                                                 Students will explore several careers in marketing and business and develop an understanding of the
                                                 following career pathways: Sports and Entertainment Marketing, Travel and Tourism, Hospitality Services
                                                 Marketing, Retail Merchandising, Apparel and Accessories Marketing, Food Marketing, Entrepreneurship and
                                                 Restaurant Management. Students taking Advanced Marketing will have the opportunity to participate in
                                                 DECA (student marketing leadership organization).

                                                 SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING
                                                 ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Marketing
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12, 9 with instructor permission and/or counselor referral
                                                 ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE credit
                                                 This course will help students develop a thorough understanding of the marketing concepts and theories
                                                 that apply to sports and entertainment, including basic marketing, target marketing and segmentation,
                                                 sponsorship, event marketing, promotions, sponsorship proposals and implementation of sports marketing
                                                 plans. This course will also delve into promotion plans, sponsorship proposals, sports marketing plans, and
                                                 event evaluation and management techniques. Students will have the opportunity to participate in DECA
                                                 (student marketing leadership organization).

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FASHION MARKETING
CTE – ENGINEERING / MANUFACTURING / TECHNOLOGY   ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Marketing
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12
                                                 ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE credit
                                                 The Fashion Marketing course is an introductory course that teaches the concepts of entry-level business,
                                                 marketing and fashion fundamentals. The following list of skill standards prepares the student in fashion
                                                 merchandising with the fundamentals of basic fashion and business concepts; fashion cycles; textile fibers
                                                 and yarns; garment styles and parts; retail merchandise categories; retail business fundamentals; and
                                                 fashion promotion. Students taking marketing classes should have the opportunity to participate in the
                                                 DECA organization (Student Marketing Leadership Association).

                                                 STORE OPERATIONS
                                                 ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Marketing and instructor permission
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12
                                                 ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE credit
                                                 This is a hands-on class, where students gain and utilize skills to operate and manage a small retail business, the
                                                 NMHS student store, aka The Dawg Pound. Students develop transferable skills, including analyzing and selecting
                                                 products, ordering merchandise, scheduling, constructing displays, inventory, balancing a cash drawer at the
                                                 end of a sales shift, developing store promotions and exploring store layout considerations. Students taking Store
                                                 Operations will have the opportunity to participate in DECA (student marketing leadership organization). DECA-
                                                 related activities and curriculum can be used as an approved part of all marketing classes.

                                                 ACCOUNTING
                                                 ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: None
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 11 – 12
                                                 ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Elective credit
                                                 Did you realize that all colleges require business, marketing, and economics students to take three accounting
                                                 classes? This class will give you a solid background of accounting skills to help you succeed at the college level.
                                                 Also, learning practical accounting applications will allow you to develop highly demanded job skills in small
                                                 and large companies both as a college graduate or to apply for a job right out of high school.

                                                 FINANCIAL MATH
                                                 ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: None
                                                 ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 11 – 12
                                                 ▶▶    FULFILLS: 1.0 Math or CTE credit or 3rd Math credit

                                                 Chances are, you are concerned about money. This class will give you practical tips to plan for your financial
                                                 future. Having strong money skills will help you set and meet major goals, such as buying a car or house
                                                 and paying for your education. Also, learning how to use your money wisely will allow you to plan vacations,
                                                 manage tough financial times and provide a comfortable life for yourself and your family. These skills can
                                                 mean the difference between worrying about bills and knowing you’ve got money in the bank.

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DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
                                      ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: None
                                      ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                                      ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Fine Arts credit
                                      This class introduces students to digital photography techniques, basic camera functions and the use of Adobe
                                      Photoshop & Lightroom. You will learn how to use a DSLR camera to take GREAT pictures. We will learn about photo
                                      history, digital work flow strategies and photo hot topics through the development of specific course projects.
CTE – MEDIA & VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS

                                      VIDEO PRODUCTION
                                      ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Digital Photography
                                      ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12
                                      ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Fine Arts credit
                                      Students will learn videotaping techniques, scripting, shot organization, audio dubbing and editing. Video
                                      Production is a trimester long, project-based class where you will develop skills in graphic design, print
                                      production, video production and interactive design using various software tools. Each project adds more
                                      challenging skills to foundation abilities. You will explore interactive design and production and video
                                      production. To simulate a professional work environment, you will gradually migrate your design work from
                                      an individual process to a group process, focused on projects of all variations. The class structure is primarily
                                      studio-oriented and project-based, with emphasis on real-world projects.

                                      GRAPHIC DESIGN
                                      ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: Microsoft Office Applications
                                      ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                                      ▶▶    FULFILLS: .5 CTE or Fine Arts credit
                                      Graphic Design is a trimester long, project-based class where you will develop skills in graphic design, print
                                      production and interactive design using various software tools. This course will introduce the role graphic
                                      design plays in the world. The class structure is primarily studio-oriented and project-based. Each project
                                      adds more challenging skills to foundation abilities. You will explore graphic design, photography, print and
                                      layout design, interactive design and production.

                                      COMPUTER SCIENCE ESSENTIALS
                                      ▶▶    PREREQUISITE: None
                                      ▶▶    GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
                                      ▶▶    FULFILLS: 1.0 CTE or Elective credit
                                      Computer Science = Rewarding STEM Careers!
                                      Computing is involved in nearly every career, field, study, and industry today. This course provides the
                                      student with an introduction into the world of Computer Science. Computer Science is behind most
                                      innovations today; from Biotechnology, Cinematography, to Robotics and National Security. This course will
                                      prepare students to innovate and create with new technologies that drive local and national economies.
                                      This ability to innovate with technology is also important for students’ future success and ability to make
                                      a difference in a global society. This course provides students that opportunity to engage in computational
                                      thinking and problem solving that goes beyond basic computer literacy.

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ELECTIVES
                   1 Trimester to 0.5 credit / 2 Trimesters to 1.0 credit / 3 Trimesters to 1.5 credits

            LEADERSHIP				                                                   .5 CREDIT - CAN BE REPEATED
              ▶▶ PREREQUISITE: Elected Associated Student Body (ASB) and Class Officers
                 or instructor approval
              ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 9 – 12
              ▶▶ FULFILLS: .5 Elective credit
            ASB is the student government class. Students facilitate decisions about ASB matters according to the ASB
            constitution. Students design, set up for and operate pep assemblies and other student activities, while also
            assisting staff as needed.

            OFFICE/SECRETARY ASSISTANT
              ▶▶ PREREQUISITE: 3.0 GPA and approval by NMHS staff secretaries.
                 Applications available in Counseling office.
              ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 11 – 12
              ▶▶ FULFILLS: .5 Elective credit, Graded A–F
ELECTIVES

            Students who are self-motivated, mature and can maintain confidentiality, who demonstrate initiative and
            have regular attendance, will be considered for an office assistant position on campus.

            TEACHER ASSISTANT
              ▶▶ PREREQUISITE: Office approval. Applications available in Counseling office.
              ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 11 – 12
              ▶▶ FULFILLS: .5 Elective credit
            Students who are self-motivated, mature and can maintain confidentiality, who demonstrate initiative and
            have regular attendance, will be considered for a teacher assistant position on campus.

             • LIBRARY – Prerequisite 3.0 GPA, and/or approval by Librarian, Graded Pass/Fail
             • PHYSICAL EDUCATION – Prerequisite 2.0 GPA, approval by instructor, Graded Pass/Fail
             • TEACHER – Prerequisite 2.0 GPA, approval by instructor, Graded Pass/Fail

            YEARBOOK 		                                                   1.5 CREDITS - CAN BE REPEATED
              ▶▶ PREREQUISITE: Teacher approval
              ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 10 – 12
              ▶▶ FULFILLS: 1.5 Elective credits
            Do you want to make history? Join the Siskan Yearbook staff and you’ll do exactly that. Students are invited
            to complete an application, submit a resume, a writing sample and one teacher letter of recommendation
            to be considered for this demanding, satisfying, skill-building, creative and FUN class. Computer experience
            and excellent attendance is a must. You will learn page design, copy writing and photography. The class is
            run like a business and requires time and dedication both in and out of the classroom.

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ENGLISH
                           MINIMUM 4 CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
                  1 Trimester to 0.5 credit / 2 Trimesters to 1.0 credit / 3 Trimesters to 1.5 credits

          A
                  ll students must earn a minimum of 4 credits (8 trimesters) for graduation. In addition,
                  some specified English courses per grade level are required as follows:

          ••  FRESHMEN are required to pass either English 9 or AP Prep English 9.
          ••  SOPHOMORES are required to pass either English 10 or AP Prep English 10.
          ••  JUNIORS are required to pass either English 11 or at least two of the three trimesters of
          Advanced Placement English Language & Composition or Literature & Composition.

          Aside from fulfilling these requirements, students are encouraged to take as many additional
          English electives as they wish, with a minimum of 2 additional trimesters of English required for

                       CORE CLASSES                                            ENGLISH ELECTIVES
            ||   English 9                                           ||   Bridge to College English / Language Arts
            ||   AP Prep English 9                                   ||   Business Communications
            ||   English 10                                          ||   Creative Writing
ENGLISH

            ||   AP Prep English 10                                  ||   Debate – Analysis & Composition
            ||   English 11                                          ||   Science Fiction
            ||   AP English Literature & Composition

          ENGLISH 9

            ▶▶ RECOMMENDED PRIOR COURSE: none
            ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 9
            ▶▶ FULFILLS: 1.0 English credit
          This required course focuses on the study of composition, grammar and mechanics. Students will study
          the writing process and explore different styles of writing. Various literary forms will also be explored. This
          course is the foundation for communication and analysis in writing for use in other high school courses and
          life in general.

          AP PREP ENGLISH 9

            ▶▶ RECOMMENDED PRIOR COURSE: None
            ▶▶ GRADES SERVED: 9
            ▶▶ FULFILLS: 1.0 English credit
          This course is designed to meet the needs of those students with already advanced English skills AND
          students with the desire to advance their English skills. The curriculum will focus on the basic analytical
          reading and composition skills utilized in both AP English Language & Composition and AP English
          Literature & Composition, with the goal of easing the transition from our standard curricular English
          courses. Skill building will be comprehensive and sequential.

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