Indian River High School - Scheduling Information 2021-2022

 
Indian River
                         High School

        Scheduling Information
              2021-2022
                 The Chesapeake Public School System is an equal educational opportunity school system.
The School Board of the City of Chesapeake also adheres to the principles of equal opportunity in employment and, therefore,
prohibits discrimination in terms and conditions of employment on the basis of race, sex, national origin, color, religion, age,
                                                       or disability.

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INDIAN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING DEPARTMENT
                           1969 Braves Trail, Chesapeake, VA 23325
(757) 578-7000 – Main Office, (757) 578-7009 – Counseling Office, (757) 578-3420 – Counseling Fax

Mission Statement
The mission of Indian River High School is to maximize each student’s potential, to promote lifelong
learning, and to produce contributing members of society by providing a globally competitive education
which meets student needs and encourages innate and mutual respect among students, parents, staff, and
the community in a safe, diverse environment.

Greetings from the Indian River High School Counseling Department!
Enclosed, you will find information regarding scheduling for the 2021-2022 school year.
Parents/Guardians, please review this information with your child in order to make the best course
selections for the up-coming school year.

Graduation Requirements
Please note that the graduation requirements for students in their first, second, or third year of high school
are different than those who are in their fourth year of high school (and graduating in 2021. Graduation
requirements are based on when the student STARTS high school – not when he graduates from high
school.

Scheduling Timeline
Scheduling information letters will be mailed home to parents/guardians the week of January 4, 2021.
Students will be able to enter their course requests directly in to StudentVue starting January 15 and will
have until January 22 to make their requests. The counselors will be reviewing the students’ requests and
will be in touch with any concerns or suggestions by February 22. Students will also be able to set up
virtual meetings with the counselors from January 15 – February 22. Course requests will be available in
StudentVue and ParentVue on February 24, 2021, and parents/guardians will have until March 4 to make
any changes. March 4 will be the deadline to make any course request changes for the 2021-2022 school
year.

IRHS recommends that every student take 8 classes for the 2021-2022 school year. If a senior elects to
take less than eight classes, he/she must leave the building directly after his/her last class of the day.

Administrators                                             School Counselors
Mrs. Dunbar                    Principal                   Mr. Cohen                      Director
Mrs. Bunch-Boney               Assistant Principal         Mr. Hargrove (A-Cr)            School Counselor
Dr. Harding                    Assistant Principal         Ms. Thompson (Cu - Har)        School Counselor
Mr. Joppy                      Assistant Principal         Mrs. Jones (Has - Mc)          School Counselor
Mr. Mincheff                   Assistant Principal         Mrs. Peterson (Me - Sc)        School Counselor
Mr. Martinez                   Assistant Principal         Ms. Potts (Se - Z)             School Counselor
                                                           Mrs. Goodman                   Student Assistance
                                                           Mrs. Sackey                    ACCESS

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Scheduling Process
   1. Students will be mailed home scheduling information and directions the week of January 4.
   2. Students will watch a scheduling video in first block on January 11, 2021
   3. Students will enter their 8 classes for next year directly into StudentVue between January 15 – 22, 2021.
   4. After January 22, the counselors will review these requests and the final 8 classes will be available on
      February 24 through ParentVue and StudentVue. March 4, 2021, is the deadline for changes.
   5. Due to staffing restraints, schedule changes made after March 4 may not be honored. IRHS is assigned
      teachers for the following school year based on the number of students who sign up for each class.
      Students and parents are encouraged to make wise choices when they pick classes, including electives
      and honors/advanced level classes.

Scheduling Guidelines
Please read the following bullets before making course choices:

   1. All students must take eight classes. Seniors are the only exception. Seniors may take a 3 X 3 in their
      senior year with permission from the principal. Even though we make this exception, we strongly
      encourage all IRHS students to take eight classes each year and to stay in school all four years. This is
      the last opportunity for students to get a free education, and we want our students to be fully prepared
      for college, trade schools, the military, or the work force. Seniors leaving after third block must
      provide their own transportation and leave the building promptly at the end of class.

   2. Straight Algebra I (21011) and Geometry (22011) are classes designed for students who typically earn
      A’s and B’s in their math classes. Most IRHS students take Algebra 1 and Geometry in parts (Part A
      and Part B). By spending two semesters in the Part A and B math classes students will: (1) earn two
      credits (one math credit and one elective credit); (2) have more time to master the material; (3) have
      more time with the teacher to review difficult topics; and (4) generally do better in advanced math
      classes.

   3. Special Education students will be scheduled according to their Individual Education Plan (IEP).
      Students will be scheduled by their special education teachers and/or their school counselors. Their
      proposed schedules must match their IEP’s. Students or parents who want to change the number of
      special education classes a student receives must first change the IEP with the special education
      case manager and IEP team. Students may take support classes 1 or 2 terms.

   4. Students shall not be granted credit for a course if absences total more than nine (9) class periods for a
      one term course or more than eighteen (18) class periods for a two term course (example: AP English)
      unless extenuating circumstances are established. Students must file a request for extenuating
      circumstances from the committee (typically during the last couple of weeks of the semester). Parents
      and students are reminded to document all absences for doctor and legal issues in case the student needs
      to request extenuating circumstances.

   5. Indian River High School encourages all students to be successful in their first attempt in a course. If a
      student fails a class in the fall semester, the student will not be able to repeat the same class in the spring
      semester without permission of the principal. The only exception to this rule applies to graduating
      seniors and for certain math classes. Graduating seniors may repeat classes within the same year to keep
      them on track towards graduation. All other students who fail a class will need to repeat the class at a
      later time.

   6. All tenth graders who will be 16 years old by February 1, 2022, will be scheduled to take PE/Health 10
      in the first semester.
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Graduation Requirements
                                           Standard Diploma: Minimum Credit Requirements
                                                                                                                                                 Credits Required
                                                    Discipline Area                                                                       Student entered High School
                                                                                                                                          2018-2019 school year
                                                                                                                                          Standard Units    Verified
                                                                                                                                          of Credit         Credits
 English                                                                                                                                  4                 2
 Math- Courses shall include at least two different course selections from among:                                                         3                 1
 Alg 1, Geom, AFDA, Alg 2 or other math courses above the level of Alg 1
 Laboratory Science- Courses shall include selections from at least two different                                                         3                              1
 science disciplines
 History & Social Science- Courses shall include U.S. and Virginia History, and U.S.                                                      3                              1
 and Virginia Government, and one other World History or Geography course
 Health & PE                                                                                                                              2
 World Language, Fine Arts or Career and Technical Education- Courses shall                                                               2
 include one credit in fine or performing arts or CTE, a Computer Science course
 credit may be considered a CTE course credit
 Economics and Personal Finance                                                                                                           1
 Electives- Course shall include at least two sequential electives                                                                        4
 Total                                                                                                                                    22                             5
Additional Requirements for Graduation: For students entering the ninth-grade class for the first time in 2013-2014 and beyond: Students shall successfully complete one virtual
course, which may be a noncredit-bearing course or a required or elective credit-bearing course that is offered online.For students entering the ninth-grade class for the first time in 2016-
2017 and beyond: Students shall be trained in emergency first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and the use of automated external defibrillators, including hands-on practice of the skills
necessary to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Students with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan that documents that they cannot successfully complete this
training shall be granted a waiver from this graduation requirement, as provided in 8VAC20-131-420 B.

Beginning with students who enter the ninth grade for the first time in the 2018-2019 school year)To graduate with an Advanced Diploma, a student must earn at least 26 standard units
of credit by passing required courses and electives, and earn at least five verified credits by passing end-of-course SOL tests, authentic performance assessments, or other assessments
approved by the Board of Education or meeting the criteria for the receipt of a locally awarded verified credit. Beginning with students entering ninth grade for the first time in 2018-2019,
a student must also: Successfully (i)complete an Advanced Placement, honors, or International Baccalaureate course, OR(ii) earn a board-approved career and technical education
credential; and successfully acquire and demonstrate foundational skills in critical thinking, creative thinking, collaboration, communication, and citizenship in accordance with the Profile
of a Virginia Graduate. Credit accommodations are not available for the Advanced Studies Diploma. Please note: Your school counselor can tell you which courses are offered by your
school to fulfill the requirements for an Advanced Diploma.

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Advanced Studies Diploma: Minimum Credit Requirements
                                                                                                                                           Credits Required
                                                 Discipline Area                                                                  Student entered High School 2018-
                                                                                                                                  2019 school year
                                                                                                                                  Standard Units of    Verified
                                                                                                                                  Credit               Credits
 English                                                                                                                          4                    2
 Math- Courses shall include at least three different course selections from                                                      4                    1
 among: Alg 1, Geom, AFDA, Alg 2 or other math courses above the level of Alg
 2
 Laboratory Science- Courses shall include selections from at least three                                                         4                                   1
 different science disciplines
 History & Social Science- Courses shall include U.S. and Virginia History, and                                                   4                                   1
 U.S. and Virginia Government, and two other World History or Geography
 course
 Health & PE                                                                                                                      2
 World Language-Courses shall include 3 credits of one language or two credits                                                    3
 of two languages
 Fine Arts or CTE- a computer science course credit may be considered a CTE                                                       1
 course credit
 Economics and Personal Finance                                                                                                   1
 Electives                                                                                                                        3- Courses shall include at least two
                                                                                                                                  sequential electives

 Total                                                                                                                            26                                  5
Additional Requirements for Graduation: For students entering the ninth-grade class for the first time in 2013-2014 and beyond: Students shall successfully complete one virtual
course, which may be a noncredit-bearing course or a required or elective credit-bearing course that is offered online.For students entering the ninth-grade class for the first time in 2016-
2017 and beyond: Students shall be trained in emergency first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and the use of automated external defibrillators, including hands-on practice of the skills
necessary to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Students with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan that documents that they cannot successfully complete this
training shall be granted a waiver from this graduation requirement, as provided in 8VAC20-131-420 B.

Beginning with students who enter the ninth grade for the first time in the 2018-2019 school year) To graduate with an Advanced Diploma, a student must earn at least 26 standard units
of credit by passing required courses and electives, and earn at least five verified credits by passing end-of-course SOL tests, authentic performance assessments, or other assessments
approved by the Board of Education or meeting the criteria for the receipt of a locally awarded verified credit. Beginning with students entering ninth grade for the first time in 2018-2019,
a student must also: Successfully (i) complete an Advanced Placement, honors, or International Baccalaureate course, OR(ii) earn a board-approved career and technical education
credential; and successfully acquire and demonstrate foundational skills in critical thinking, creative thinking, collaboration, communication, and citizenship in accordance with the Profile
of a Virginia Graduate. Credit accommodations are not available for the Advanced Studies Diploma. Please note: Your school counselor can tell you which courses are offered by your
school to fulfill the requirements for an Advanced Diploma.

Additional Diploma Options
    • Graduation Requirements for the Standard Diploma with Credit Accommodations
Students with disabilities who started high school in September 2013 and after are eligible to receive certain
accommodations for the Standard Diploma. Credit accommodations provide alternatives for students with disabilities in
earning the standard and verified credits required to graduate with a Standard Diploma.

    • Applied Studies Diploma (Special Education Diploma)
This diploma is available to students with disabilities who complete the requirements of their Individualized Education
Program (IEP) and who do not meet the requirements of for other diplomas.

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Promotion Requirements
Promotion in the senior high school shall be based upon the number of credits earned. Designation of students by class
(i.e., sophomore, junior, senior) shall be based upon the criteria that follow:

    •   9th grade (freshman) A student with 4 or fewer credits (and in the first year of high school).
    •   10th grade (sophomore) A student with at least 5 credits, but fewer than 10 credits (and in the second year of
        high school).
    •   11th grade (junior) A student with at least 10 credits, but fewer than 16 credits (and in the third year of high
        school).
    •   12th grade (senior) A student with at least 16 credits (and in the fourth year of high school).

Purpose/Description of Block Scheduling
Generally, a 4 X 4 block schedule refers to use of four classes (plus lunch) in the school day, with each class ninety
minutes in length. Students may complete four classes each term (fall and spring) for a total of eight classes for the
school year. The fall term runs from September through January. The spring term runs from February through mid-
June. At the end of the first term (January), the student will take exams, turn in books, and will have completed those
classes.

The purpose of block scheduling is to enable the student to meet the Virginia diploma requirements, while affording the
student the opportunity to study additional courses that ordinarily do not fit in a traditional schedule. Block scheduling
allows students to leave high school better prepared to find acceptable employment, receive valuable training in
technical careers, or prepare for further education at the college level.

Honors and AP Course Requirements
The following information should be utilized to select the course that is appropriate for the ability level and interest of
the student. It is particularly important for students to select the appropriate course before the school year begins as
there will be very little opportunity for a level change once the academic year is in session. In addition, level changes are
not ideal for the student – it is far better to make the best choice the first choice.

Criteria for Accelerated and Honors Courses as Listed in the CPS Secondary Catalog:
When deciding whether or not a certain course or sequence is appropriate, students should be aware that these courses
have been designed for students who meet all the following criteria:
   • have consistently received grades of “B” or better in that subject area in the past;
   • have the recommendation of their present teacher(s) in the appropriate subject; and
   • have the approval of their parents.
Questions for Consideration before Selecting an Advanced Placement Course:
    •   Does the student read voluntarily and for pleasure?
    •   Does the student have enough time to complete assignments and prepare adequately for rigorous exams in light of other
        community and school commitments?
    •   Is the student willing to make studying for an AP course a priority?
    •   Is the student considering his/her academic strengths and goals rather than choosing a certain course simply to be with
        friends?
    •   Will the student handle the necessary constructive criticism well?
    •   Is the student able to deal with the complexities of difficult assessment items which require strong analytical skills?
    •   Is the student able to accept grades that are lower than those to which he/she is accustomed without undue anxiety?

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Comparison of Core, Honors and Advanced Placement Courses
                    Core                      Honors                                Advanced Placement
Course Length       One semester              One semester                          One or two semesters depending on the
                                                                                    course and the instructional delivery method
                                                                                    used
Textbook and        High school textbook      High school textbook with             College level textbook with a minimum of 8-10
Reading             with emphasis on          emphasis on additional guided         pages of reading per day. Students must be
Expectations        guided reading of the     reading for both content and          able to read for content without continual
                    sections related to the   enrichment as appropriate for         guided instruction.
                    Standards of Learning     honors level students.                Summer assignments may be required for
                                              Summer assignments may be             grading purposes.
                                              recommended for preparation
                                              purposes.
Writing             Emphasis on               Emphasis on essay writing that        Extensive emphasis on Free Response
Expectations        paragraph writing for     includes developing a thesis and      Question (FRQ) essay writing centered on a
                    clarity that includes     supporting it with both significant   thesis which integrates factual content and
                    adequate factual          factual information and analysis      analysis to support the thesis.
                    support
Document Analysis   Emphasis on reading       Emphasis on reading and analyzing     Extensive practice in document and data
                    and understanding the     additional document selections in     analysis that leads to incorporation of the
                    required documents        greater depth.                        documents as additional support in
                    listed in the SOL’s.                                            Document/Data Based Question (DBQ) essays
                                                                                    and identifying bias and point of view.
Recommended         Open to all students      College-bound advanced studies        College-bound advanced studies diploma
Student Profile                               diploma students with a strong        students with a strong work ethic who have
                                              work ethic who have regular           regular attendance, complete all homework
                                              attendance and complete all           thoroughly on a daily basis, and are willing to
                                              homework thoroughly each day.         study for rigorous national exams which are
                                                                                    not made by a CPS teacher.
                                                                                    No grade below a B in content courses and
                                                                                    recommended GPA of at least 3.4
End-of-Course       Students are expected     Students are expected to earn a       Students are expected to earn a score of at
Assessments         to pass the Standards     score of “Pass Advanced” on the       least a 3 on the Advanced Placement exam
                    of Learning (SOL) test    Standards of Learning (SOL) end-of    and a “Pass Advanced” on the Standards of
                    and end-of-course         course exam. The level of rigor of    Learning (SOL) end-of course examination and
                    exam                      the course focuses on that goal       the rigor of the course is designed to meet
                                              Honors courses presume entrance       those goals.
                                              into either another honors course
                                              or an Advanced Placement course       Advanced Placement courses presume
                                              and prepare students accordingly.     entrance into the next Advanced Placement
                                                                                    course and prepares students accordingly
Weighted Grade      No additional weight      .025 added per credit to the          .05 added per credit to the overall GPA for
                                              overall GPA
Potential College   None                      None                                  3-8 semester credits, depending on the results
Credits                                                                             of the AP or CLEP exam and the college where
                                                                                    the student attends

Dual Enrollment
For any IRHS student who signs up for a Dual Enrollment class for the 2021-2022 school year, the school counselor will e-
mail the step by step process of what needs to be done. This process will not start until after March 4, 2021. Upon
completion of all requirements, students will earn high school credit and college credit for certain courses. The
procedures for enrolling in a Dual Enrollment course are as follows (note that this process is subject to change):

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Step 1. Apply for Admission to TCC
Complete the free TCC application for admission online, https://www.tcc.edu/apply. If any issues arise, contact the TCC
New Student Support Team at 757-822-1111. If an application cannot be processed, TCC will contact the applicant and
let them know what additional information is needed.

Step 2. Complete the Dual Enrollment Admission Forms
Complete and print the Dual Enrollment Admission Form https://forms.tcc.edu/dual-enrollment-application/ and obtain
the necessary signatures of the parent/legal guardian high school principal. Once you complete it online, you will
receive a confirmation e-mail from TCC. It will say that you need to get your school counselor to e-mail TCC
confirmation that you are cleared to take the class (it will be step #1 in the e-mail). We have confirmed with TCC that
you DO NOT need to do this step. We will be letting them know another way.
Please be prepared to upload your HS transcript and SOL/PSAT/SAT/ACT test scores to the DE application.
http://www.tcc.edu/uploads/pdf/TCC-application-dual-enrollment.pdf

Step 3. Demonstrate Your College Readiness
        High School Students looking to complete Dual Enrollment courses must meet the college placement
        requirements. Students may submit the minimum PSAT, SAT, ACT or SOL Algebra I scores to be eligible for
        admission. NOTE: Students enrolling in a dual enrollment course must meet all course pre-requisites.*
                                                       Placement Chart
                       Course                                   GPA           Additional Course
                       ENG 111-College Composition              3.0           None
                       MTH 154-Quantitave Reasoning             3.0           None
                       MTH 155-Statistics                       3.0           None
                       MTH 161-PreCalculus I                    3.0           HS Algebra 2
                       MTH 167Combined PreCalculus
                                                                3.0           HS Algebra 2
                       I/II
                       MTH 162-PreCalculus II                   3.2           Math Analysis
                                                                              Math Analysis or
                       MTH 245-University Statistics            3.2
                                                                              Statistics
                       MTH 261-Applied Calculus                 3.2           Math Analysis
                       MTH 263-Calculus                         3.4           Math
                                                                              Analysis/Trigonometry

There will not be an TCC Placement Testing. Here are the new requirements;
    • If you have passed the Algebra 1 Math SOL Test AND you have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, you are approved by TCC
         to take the DE English 12 or US History class next year.
    • For students taking DE classes at the Chesapeake Career Center or for students in Mechatronics or Teachers for
         Tomorrow, your GPA needs to be a 2.0 or higher.
    • If you do not meet these requirements, an IRHS school counselor will contact you about options.
Step 4. Submit Dual Enrollment Application & Placement Testing Scores to High School Guidance Department
         Once Steps 1, 2, 3, have been completed, submit the Dual Enrollment application and Placement Testing
         Requirement paperwork to the High School Guidance Office. ALL application materials MUST be submitted to
         the Guidance office BEFORE the last day of the spring semester.
         Any questions regarding the Dual Enrollment opportunities available at Tidewater Community College
         Chesapeake Campus should be directed to the Dual Enrollment Manager, Kyndra F. Brown, (757) 822-5025
Step 5 : You will also need to fill out an updated Chesapeake Public Schools Dual Enrollment application. You will need
to turn this into the School Counselor as well.
Step 6: Payment information directions will be given to you by your school’s Counseling Department.

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When Applying to TCC online – Common Errors and How to Fix

Your Education Section
    • Which of the below describes your current high school education?
           o Students should select the first option: I am currently attending a public/private high school in a U.S.
                state, territory or military installation.
           o They will then need to FIND their high school from the automated list and select it. Make sure they type
                in their correct year of graduation from high school.
    • Program of Study: I plan to earn a degree, certificate, or diploma: CHECK NO
    • Term I plan to start classes: Fall 2020 (for most DE students, unless they are starting the General Education or
       Social Science Pathway this Summer 2020)
    • As of the first day of the term, which of the following best describes your situation:
           o Students should select the first option: I am taking classes through my high school to receive high school
                credit AND college credit.
    • Pick a Primary Campus location: Chesapeake Campus
Your Background Section
    • What is your current citizenship status:
           o Native born U.S. citizen (born in the US) OR
           o Permanent Resident (not born in the US)
Residency Section - This section trips students up the most for some reason

If a student lives with their Mother or Father, then they need to check the following box:
             o I want to claim eligibility based on my parent
Once they have claimed eligibility based on parent or legal guardian (in some cases), then they will need to know if that
person is a Native U.S. Citizen, Naturalized Citizen, Permanent Resident, etc. In most cases, the parent was born in the
U.S., but we do have some students whose parents were born outside the U.S. and moved here
If a student lives with a court appointed legal guardian, then they need to check the following box:
             o I want to claim eligibility based on my court appointed Legal Guardian
THEY SHOULD NOT check that they are under 24 and want to claim eligibility based on myself (unless they are truly
emancipated).

Chesapeake Career Center (CCC)
The Chesapeake Career Center (CCC) prepares students for successful entry into the workforce or post-secondary
institutions by providing career, technical and academic skills and offering valuable industry credentials. CCC courses are
yearlong, two block programs; students will earn three credits for completion of each program. Courses at CCC are
competency based which includes theory, industry hands-on job skills and workplace readiness training. Good
attendance is critical. Upon successful completion of courses at CCC, students are prepared to test for related industry
credentials, certifications or state licensure. Students enrolled in programs at CCC are provided transportation to and
from their high schools. Admission to CCC is through application. For more information, please see your counselor or
visit the CCC website https://cpschools.com/ccc/ or contact CCC at (757) 547-0134.

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Virtual Virginia (VVA)
Virtual Virginia is a program of the Virginia Department of Education serving students in Virginia high schools b providing
flexible options for the diverse educational needs of students. For more information, including an application, students
should speak to their guidance counselors. A list of courses can be found at http://www.virtualvirginia.org/courses/

Credit Recovery
Credit Recovery courses are available as an option for students who are do not earn a passing grade on their first
attempt in a course. Students receive the instruction via an online provider. Students should see their counselor for
more information.

Additional Information
Academic and Career Plans
School counselors will continue to work with students on their Academic and Career Plans (ACP) that were started in
middle school. Counselors will meet with students throughout their high school career to revisit students’ post high
school education goals and their career plans. Counselors will also work with students in projecting what classes they
will take not only the following year but through their senior year. This will enable students to better understand their
status in keeping on track to graduate and taking classes that match up with their expressed career interests. A copy of
the current ACP will be sent home by the end of each year in high school in 10th grade.

College Planning
Throughout a student’s tenure at CPS, he/she will meet with the school counselor several times to choose classes for the
following year and to discuss post-graduation plans. The school counselors also meet with seniors at the beginning of
the senior year to discuss the college application process, but we know that many parents of underclassmen have
questions and concerns about their children and college. The CPS Guidance Department encourages parents to make
individual appointments with the school counselors to discuss specific concerns. Prior to these meetings, however, it is
important for the parents and students to create a list of questions and/or to research admissions requirements for the
schools in which they are interested. The Internet is an excellent way to accomplish this task. Parents and students can
also benefit by visiting colleges and universities. It is best to call the admissions office ahead of time to ensure a tour of
the school.

Virginia High School League (VHSL), 2.0 Eligibility Rules for Athletes, and NCAA
According to the Virginia High School League (VHSL), a student must have passed 3 classes for credit the previous
semester AND be taking 3 credit bearing classes the current semester to be eligible for sports.

In addition to the VHSL rules, Chesapeake has a 2.0 eligibility rule. In order to be eligible for sports, a student must have
a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or a GPA of 2.0 for the previous semester (this includes new students). Only final grades are
used to determine GPA’s (not report card quarter grades). In the fall semester, a ninth grader must have a 2.0 for the
final grades of 8th grade or the second semester of 8th grade. For this reason, 8th grade second semester grades are
very important to rising ninth graders.

If a student has established eligibility in Chesapeake by having the 2.0, and his/her grades fall below a 2.0, he/she can
use a onetime only probation semester as long as the student has passed three classes the previous semester (as
deemed by the VHSL regarding schools on 4 X 4 block scheduling). The probation semester is used the semester directly
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after the student has fallen below a 2.0 whether or not the student is an athlete that semester. During the probation
semester, the student must attend a mandatory study hall for 90 minutes each week if he/she is an athlete that
semester. The probation semester cannot be used by 9th graders in their first semester of high school or by transfer
students who are not enrolling into WBHS with a 2.0

Students should see their guidance counselor for specific information in regards to NCAA core classes, core GPA, filing
the application on line. Student athletes can go to www.ncaaclearinghouse.com for more information.

College and Career Pathways
Students may earn a Social Science Associate’s transfer degree, a certificate of General Studies or a Mechatronics
Certificate through TCC while earning a high school diploma. The Social Science Associate’s transfer degree and the
certificate of General Studies requires course work using Dual Enrollment courses and earn a C or better as well as
Advanced Placement classes and take the AP exam and earn a score of 3 or better. These students will also need to
complete high school credit in mathematics while in middle school. The Mechatronics Certificate does not require
Advanced Placement classes or high school credit in math while in middle school; students will be on a special career
pathway that includes taking selected classes in their high schools, working toward a high school diploma and a
recognized industry credential in electronics. Current high school students should see their counselors if they are
interested in pursuing a pathway.

General Studies Certificate In order to earn the General Studies Certificate, the student will need to successfully
complete Advanced Placement coursework and testing with a score of 3 or better in the following areas: European
History, Art History, and Biology. United States History may be taken as an Advanced Placement course and test or Dual
Enrollment at the high school. In addition, Dual Enrollment English will be taken at the high school. Students will also
need to complete SDV 100 and Math 152 or 163 at Tidewater Community College to fulfill the remaining requirements
for the General Studies Certificate. There are fees associated with TCC courses. Students need to work closely with the
school counselor to ensure that coursework, timelines, and necessary grade requirements are met.

Social Sciences Transfer Degree Students desiring to graduate with the Social Sciences Transfer Degree should have
earned high school credits in middle school in Algebra 1, Geometry, and World Language. Advanced Placement
coursework and testing with score of 3 or better in the following areas is also required: Art History, Biology, Human
Geography, Psychology, Statistics, and US Government and Politics. United States History may be taken as an Advanced
Placement course or Dual Enrollment at the high school. Dual Enrollment English will be taken at the high school. In
addition, the following classes will need to be completed at Tidewater Community College: SDV 100, Math 152 or 163,
PE elective, CST, Sociology, Economics, and an approved TCC elective. There are fees associated with TCC courses.
Summer school attendance may be required. Students need to work closely with the school counselor to ensure that
coursework, timelines, and necessary grade requirements are met.

Mechatronics Certificate
Students who wish to earn the Mechatronics Certificate will need to include appropriate electives in their course of
study. During the 11th and 12th grade, students will take a limited number of required classes at their high school and
spend the remainder of their day at Tidewater Community College. Students need to work closely with the school
counselor to ensure that coursework, timelines, and necessary grade requirements are met. Students will spend their
entire 2nd semester at TCC. There are fees associated with TCC courses.

                                                           11
12
Course Selections 2021-2022
CVA = Chesapeake Virtual Academy classes – online asynchronous classes taken at home

 English
 Course      Course Title                    Grade    Prerequisites                 Notes
 Number                                      Levels
 10011,      English 9, CVA English 9        9        English 8
 10011CVA
 10021,      Honors English 9, CVA           9        English 8 or Honors English
 10021CVA    Honors English 9                         8
 11011,      English 10, CVA English 10      10       English 9
 11011CVA
 11021,      Honors English 10, CVA          10       English 9 or Honors English
 11021CVA    Honors English 10                        9
 12011,      English 11 SOL, CVA English     11       English 10
 12011CVA    11
 12021,      Honors English 11 SOL,          11       English 10 or Honors
 12021CVA    CVA Honors English 11 SOL                English 10
 12141,      AP English 11 - Language        11       Honors English 10             Full Year
 12141CVA    Comp, CVA AP English 11
 13011,      English 12, CVA English 12      12       English 11
 12141CVA
 13021,      Honors English 12, CVA          12       English 11 or Honors
 13021CVA    Honors English 12                        English 11
 13141,      AP English 12 (Lit Comp), CVA   12       English 11 or Honors          Full Year
 13141CVA    AP English 12                            English 11 or AP English 11
 13351,      DE College Composition l,       12       English 11                    TCC App. Course Fee, Placement
 13351CVA    CVA DE College Comp I                                                  Test
 13451,      DE College Composition ll,      12       College Composition l (and    Requires Course Fee
 13451CVA    CVA DE College Comp II                   must earn a C or better)
 48141,      AP Seminar, CVA AP Seminar      9-12                                   Full Year, Alt day
 48141CVA
 48241CVA    CVA AP Research
 16111       Dramatics l                     9-12     English 9
 16212       Dramatics ll                    10-12    Drama l
 16313       Dramatics III                   10-12    Drama ll
 16414       Dramatics lV                    11-12    Drama lll
 16515       Drama V                         11-12    Drama lV
 15310       Journalism lll                  10-12    English 10
 15611       Photo Journalism l              9-12     English 9
 15612       Photo Journalism ll             10-12    Photo Journalism l
 15613       Photo Journalism lll            10-12    Photo Journalism ll
 17011       Public Speaking                 9-12     English 9
 15511,      Creative Writing,               10-12    English 9
 15511CVA    CVA Creative Writing
 01012       AVID 2                          10
 01013       AVID 3                          11
 01014       AVID 4                          12
 17011CVA    CVA Public Speaking
 17212       Adv Argument                    10-12    English 9

                                                          13
17212CVA   CVA Adv Argument
Math
Course     Course Title                     Grade    Prerequisites             Notes
Number                                      Levels
21011,     Algebra 1 SOL, CVA Algebra 1     9-12     Pre-Algebra
21011CVA
21111,     Algebra 1A, CVA Algebra 1A       9-12     Pre-Algebra
21111CVA
21211,     Algebra 1B, CVA Algebra 1B       9-12     Algebra 1A
21211CVA
22011CVA   CVA Geometry                     9-12     Algebra 1 or 1B
22021,     Honors Geometry,                 9-10     Algebra 1 or 1B
22021CVA   CVA Honor Geometry
22111,     Geometry A,                      9-12     Algebra 1 or 1B
22111CVA   CVA Geometry A
22211,     Geometry B,                      9-12     Geometry A
22211CVA   CVA Geometry B
23011,     Algebra Functions & Data         10-12    Geometry or Geometry B
23011CVA   Analysis (AFDA), CVA AFDA
23111,     Algebra ll SOL, CVA Algebra II   9-12     Geometry/AFDA
23111CVA
24011,     Trig/Probability Statistics,     9-12     Algebra 2
24011CVA   CVA Trig/Prob & Stats
25021,     Math Analysis,                   10-12    Trig/Probability &
25021CVA   CVA Math Analysis                         Statistics
25121,     Calculus, CVA Calculus           10-12    Math Analysis
25121CVA
24111,     Probability & Statistics,        10-12    Algebra 2
24111CVA   CVA Prob & Stats
25241,     AP Calculus AB,                  11-12    Calculus
25241CVA   CVA AP Calculus AB
25341,     AP Calculus BC,                  11-12    AP Calculus AB
25341CVA   CVA AP Calculus BC
27011      Computer Science                 10-12    Enrolled in or taken
                                                     Algebra 2
27141      AP Computer Science A            11-12    Computer Science
20211,     Computer Math,                   10-12    Algebra 1 or Algebra 1B
20211CVA   CVA Computer Math
24241,     AP Statistics,                   11-12    Algebra 2
24241CVA   CVA AP Statistics
26011,     Adv Functions & Modeling,        12       AFDA or Algebra 2
26011CVA   CVA Adv Functions &
           Modeling
Science
Course     Course Title                     Grade    Prerequisites             Notes
Number                                      Levels
30011,     Earth Science ,                  9-12
30011CVA   CVA Earth Science
30311,     Environmental Science,           9-12
30311CVA   CVA Environmental Science
30021,     Honors Earth Science,            9-12
30021CVA   CVA Honors Earth Science
31011,     Biology SOL, CVA Biology SOL     9-12                               Earth Science Recommended
31011CVA

                                                         14
31021,      Honors Biology SOL,              9-12                                  Honors Earth Science
31021CVA    CVA Honors Biology SOL                                                 Recommended
31020       Honors Biology Alt Day           9-12                                  For AVID Students
36011,      Biology ll/Human Anatomy &       10-12    Biology                      Earth Science
36011CVA    Physiology, CVA Bio II Human
            Anatomy & Physiology
35011,      Biology ll/Ecology (Marine       10-12    Biology                      Earth Science
35011CVA    Bio), CVA Bio II/ Ecology
            (Marine Bio)
31041       AP Biology (Full Year)           11-12    Biology, Chemistry           Earth Science Recommended
32011,      Chemistry, CVA Chemistry         10-12    Algebra 1 or Algebra 1B      Earth Science & Biology
32011CVA                                                                           Recommended
32021,      Honors Chemistry,                10-12    Algebra l                    Earth Science & Biology
32021CVA    CVA Honors Chemistry                                                   Recommended
32041       AP Chemistry (Full Year)         11-12    Algebra 2, Chemistry         Earth Science & Biology
                                                                                   Recommended
33021,      Physics, CVA Physics             11-12    Algebra 2                    Earth Science, Biology &
33021CVA                                                                           Chemistry Recommended
            Physics for Tech 1 and 2 – see
            the course numbers in the
            Technology Dept listed later
            in this list
33041       AP Physics 1                     11-12    Algebra 2 and 1 math class   Earth Science, Biology &
                                                      higher                       Chemistry Recommended
33142       AP Physics 2                     11-12    AP Physics 1                 Earth Science, Biology &
                                                                                   Chemistry Recommended
30117CVA    CVA Earth Sci II
            (Oceanography)                   10-12    Earth Science 1

34041       AP Environmental Science         11-12    Algebra 1, Biology and
                                                      Chemistry
Social
Studies
Course      Course Title                     Grade    Prerequisites                Notes
Number                                       Levels
40011,      World History l, CVA World       9
40011CVA    History I
40021,      Honors World History l,          9        Honors Social Studies 8
40021CVA    CVA Honors World History I                Recommended
41011,      World History ll,                10       World Studies l              Only Required for Advanced
41011CVA    CVA World History II                                                   Diploma
41021,      Honors World History ll,         10       Honors World History l       Only Required for Advanced
41021CVA    CVA Honors World History II                                            Diploma
41241,      AP European History              10-12    Honors World History l       Full Year: Option to replace
41241CVA    CVA AP European History                                                World History ll
            CVA DE Western Civilization I    10-12    Must Take Both               TCC App, Course Fee, Placement
41251CVA-   & II                                                                   Test, Full Year
41351CVA
42141,      AP US History ,                  11       Honors Placement             Full Year Course
42141CVA    CVA AP US History
42351-      DE US History l & ll             11       Must Take Both (must         TCC App, Course Fee, Placement
42451,      CVA DE US History I & II                  make a C or better in DE     Test, Full Year Course
42351-                                                US History 1)
42451CVA
42011,      US History, CVA US History       11
42011CVA
                                                          15
42021,         Honors US History ,          11       Honors Placement
42021CVA       CVA Honors US History
42020,         Honors US History Alt Day,   11                          For AVID students
42020CVA       CVA Honors US History Alt
               Day
43011,         VA/US Government,            12
43011CVA       CVA VA/US Government
43021,         Honors VA/US Government,     12       Honors Placement
43021CVA       CVA Honors VA/US Govt
43141,         AP Government,               12       Honors Placement
43141CVA       CVA AP Government
43140          AP Government Alt Day        12                          For AVID students and music
                                                                        students
63141          AP Art History               11-12    Honors Placement
45011,         Psychology, CVA Psychology   11-12
45011CVA
46011,         Sociology, CVA Sociology     10-12
46011CVA
47241CVA       AP Economics CVA             11-12    Honors Placement   Full Year Course
45041,         AP Psychology,               11-12    Honors Placement
45041CVA       CVA AP Psychology
44011          World Religions              11-12
48140,         AP Seminar, CVA AP Seminar   11-12
48140CVA
46111          Humanities                   11-12
42511          African American Studies     11-12
48041          AP Human Geography           11-12
Health & PE
Course         Course Title                 Grade    Prerequisites      Notes
Number                                      Levels
59011,         Health & PE l                9                           59010 – H&PE l for Music
59011CVA       CVA Health & PE I                                        Students
59111,         Health & PE ll,              10       PE l               59110 H&PE ll for Music Students
59111CVA       CVA Health & PE II
59211          ADV PE ll (Weights)          11-12    PE ll              Weightlifting Concentration
59311          ADV PE 12 (Team Sports)      11-12    PE ll              Team Sports Concentration
Use course     Basketball                   11-12    PE II              Basketball Concentration
number
01101 – the
computer
will say
Reading but
we are using
this number
59511          Physical Fitness l           9        PE l
59611          Physical Fitness ll          10       PE ll

Music
Course         Course Title                 Grade    Prerequisites      Notes
Number                                      Levels
65010          Orchestra                    9
65210          Concert Orchestra            10-12

                                                             16
66110      Symphonic Band           9
66510      Wind Ensemble            10-12
66311      Percussion Ensemble      9-12
66410      Jazz Ensemble            9-12
64110      Mixed Chorus             9
67011,     Beginning Guitar,        9-12
67011CVS   CVS Beginning Guitar
67012      Guitar 2                 10-12    Guitar 1
67111      Music Survey             9-12
67211,     Music Theory             9-12                     Previous Exp in Performance
67211CVS                                                     Music Class is Recommended
67241CVS   CVS AP Music Theory      10-12

World
Language
Course     Course Title             Grade    Prerequisites   Notes
Number                              Levels
50111,     French 1, CVS French 1   9-12
50111CVS
50212,     French 2, CVS French 2   9-12     Level 1
50212CVS
50323,     French 3, CVS French 3   9-12     Level 2
50323CVS
50424,     French 4, CVS French 4   9-12     Level 3
50424CVS
50525CVS   CVS French 5             9-12     Level 4
50645CVS   CVS AP French            9-12     Level 5
52111,     Latin 1,                 9-12
52111CVS   CVS Latin 1

52212,     Latin 2,                 9-12     Level 1
52212CVS   CVS Latin 2
52323,     Latin 3,                 9-12     Level 2
52323CVS   CVS Latin 3
52424,     Latin 4,                 9-12     Level 3
52424CVS   CVS Latin 4
52525,     Latin 5,                 10-12    Level 4
52525CVS   CVS Latin 5
52645CVS   CVS AP Latin             10-12    Level 5
53111,     Spanish 1,               9-12
53111CVS   CVS Spanish 1
53212,     Spanish 2,               9-12     Level 1
53212CVS   CVS Spanish 2
53323,     Spanish 3,               9-12     Level 2
53323CVS   CVS Spanish 3
53424,     Spanish 4,               9-12     Level 3
53424CVS   CVS Spanish 4
53525CVS   CVS Spanish 5            9-12     Level 4
53645CVS   CVS AP Spanish           9-12     Level 5
51111,     German 1,                9-12
51111CVS   CVS German 1
51212,     German 2,                9-12     Level 1
51212CVS   CVS German 2

                                                 17
51323,       German 3,                        9-12     Level 2
51323CVS     CVS German 3
51424,       German 4,                        9-12     Level 3
51424CVS     CVS German 4
51525,       German 5,                        10-12    Level 4
51525CVS     CVS German 5
51645CVS     CVS AP German                    10-12    Level 5
Art
Course       Course Title                     Grade    Prerequisites             Notes
Number                                        Levels
60011,       Art 1, CVS Art 1                 9-12
60011CVS
60012,       Art 2, CVS Art 2                 9-12     Art 1
60012CVS
60013,       Art 3, CVS Art 3                 10-12    Art 2
60013CVS
60024,       Art 4, CVS Art 4                 10-12    Art 3
60024CVS
60111,       Ceramics l, CVS Ceramics I       9-12
60111CVS
60112,       Ceramics ll, CVS Ceramics II     9-12     Ceramics l
60112CVS
60113,       Ceramics lll, CVS Ceramics III   10-12    Ceramics ll
60113CVS
60611,       Drawing, CVS Drawing             10-12    Art 1
60611CVS
60641,       AP Drawing, CVS AP Drawing       11-12                              Art l - Art lV Recommended
60641CVS
60711        Painting                         10-12    Art 1                     Art ll Recommended
60411        Airbrush 1                       9-12     Art 1
60412        Airbrush 2                       9-12     Art 1 and Airbrush 1
60811,       Studio Art, CVS Studio Art       11-12                              Art l - Art 4 Recommended
60811CVS
63341,       AP Studio Art 2-D or 3-D         11-12    Art lll or Art 4
63341CVS     Design, CVS AP Studio Art

Aerospace
Science
Course       Course Title                     Grade    Prerequisites             Notes
Number                                        Levels
70011        Aerospace Science 1 (JROTC)      9-12
70012        Aerospace Science 2 (JROTC)      10-12    Aerospace Science 1       Students may not enroll in more
70014        Aerospace Science 4 (JROTC)      12       JROTC 3, Recommendation   than one ROTC class each year
                                                       Required                  without permission from the
                                                                                 teacher.

Business &
Marketing
Course       Course Title                     Grade    Prerequisites             Notes
Number                                        Levels
70311,       Princ of Business &              9-10
70311CVS     Marketing, CVS Princ of
             Business & Mktg
70511,       Business Management,             10-12

                                                            18
70511CVS     CVS Business Management
71011CVS     CVS Business Law                10-12
71611        Digital Applications and        9-12
             Keyboarding
70611        Design, Multimedia, Web         10-12
             Tech
70711        Computer Information            10-12    Keyboarding or Digital
             Systems                                  Applications

             Adv. Computer Information       10-12    Computer Information
70712        Systems                                  Systems
70811        Accounting                      10-12
70812        Advanced Accounting             11-12    Accounting
70911,       Economics & Personal            11-12
70911CVS     Finance, CVS Econ & Personal
             Finance
70910,       Economics & Personal            11-12                               For AVID students and music
70910CVS     Finance Alt Day, CVS Econ &                                         students
             Personal Finance Alt Day
73811        VA Teachers for Tomorrow l      11-12                               Application required
73812        VA Teachers for Tomorrow ll     11-12    VA Teachers for Tomorrow
                                                      l
73851        DE VA Teachers for              11-12    Placement test             TCC App., Course Fee, Placement
             Tomorrow l                                                          Test
73852        DE VA Teachers for              11-12    DE Teachers for Tomorrow   TCC App., Course Fee, Placement
             Tomorrow ll                              l                          Test
75911,       Marketing, CVS Marketing        11-12
75911CVS
75912        Advanced Marketing              12       Marketing or Fashion
                                                      Marketing
76011,       Fashion Marketing,              10-12
76011CVS     CVS Fashion Marketing
76012        Advanced Fashion Marketing      11-12    Fashion Marketing
Family &
Consumer
Science
Course       Course Title                    Grade    Prerequisites              Notes
Number                                       Levels
75011        Introduction to Interior        9-12
             Design
75111        Introduction to Fashion         9-12
             Design
75211CVS     Nutrition and Wellness,         9-12
             CVS Nutrition and Wellness
75411        Child Development and           9-12
             Parenting
75511        Introduction to Culinary Arts   10-12
75711        Culinary Arts l                 10-11                               Full Year Course
75712        Culinary Arts ll                11-12                               Full Year Course
75311CVS     CVS Life Planning
Technology
Course       Course Title                    Grade    Prerequisites              Notes
Number                                       Levels

                                                          19
77611,      Imaging Technology,              9-12
77611CVS    CVS Imaging Technology
77711       Technology of Robotic Design     9-11
78911,      Graphic Communications,          10-12
78911CVS    CVS Graphic Communications
77911       Manufacturing Systems            9-12
77811       Materials & Processes            9-11
            Technology
78011       Construction Technology          9-12
78111       Electronics Systems l            9-12
78112       Electronics Systems ll           10-12    Electronics l
78211,      Technical Drawing and            9-11
78211CVS    Design, CVS Technical
            Drawing and Design
78311,      Engineering Drawing,             10-12    Technical Drawing and
78311CVS    CVS Engineering Drawing                   Design
78511,      Architectural Drawing,           10-12    Technical Drawing and
78511CVS    CVS Architectural Drawing                 Design
78411       Physics for Technology l         10-12    Algebra 1 and Biology
78412       Physics for Technology ll        11-12    Physics for Technology 1,   Physics for Technology 1 & 2 -
                                                      Earth Science & Biology     ONE Science Credit

Special     *if a student is going to be a
Education   full time CVA student, he/she
            can take Support classes as
            CVA classes
Course      Course Title                     Grade    Prerequisites               Notes
Number                                       Levels
90001/      Academic Support (SLD)           9-12                                 Fall and Spring
90002
90101/      Academic Support Self            9-12                                 Fall and Spring
90102       Contained (SLD)
90201/      Learning Environment             9-12                                 Fall and Spring
90202       Adapted and Differentiated
            (LEAD)
90301/      Resource Seminar (ID)            9-12                                 Fall and Spring
90302
90401/      Developmental Workshop           9-12                                 Fall and Spring
90402       (ED)
59001       Adaptive PE/Health 9             9-12                                 Applied Studies Diploma Only
59101       Adaptive PE/Health 10            10-12    Adaptive PE 9               Applied Studies Diploma Only
60001       Art l A                          9-12                                 Applied Studies Diploma Only
16101       Drama 1 A                        9-12
67101       Music Survey A                   9-12                                 Applied Studies Diploma Only
71611A      Digital Applications &           10-12                                Applied Studies Diploma Only
            Keyboarding
78701       Communication Systems A          9-12                                 Applied Studies Diploma Only
75201       Nutrition and Wellness 1 A       9-12                                 Applied Studies Diploma Only

CCC 1 YR    **Students will not enter
            these classes. Applications
                                                           20
are due to the IRHS school
          counselor by February 12,
          2021.
Course    Course Title                   Grade    Prerequisites                 Notes
Number                                   Levels
72311/    HVAC & Refrigeration l, ll     11-12
72312
72611/    Emergency Medical Tech l, ll   11-12    Age of 16 prior to start of
72612                                             course.
72711/    Health Care Technology l, ll   11-12
72712     (Nurse Aide I, ll
72911/    Television and Media           11-12
72912     Productions l
73011/    Nail Technician l, ll          10-12
73012
72521/    Practical Nursing              12       Algebra 1 Biology and         18 month course, return as
72522                                             Chemistry, 2.5 GPA            postgraduate to complete
                                                                                program.
73111/    Public Safety/Firefighting     11-12    Age of 16 prior to start of
73112                                             course.
73711/    Pharmacy Technician l and ll   12                                     DE is optional. See your
73712                                                                           counselor.
73351     DE Auto Body l, Collision      12       Dual Enrollment with TCC      See your counselor for more
          Repair                                  and CCC.                      information.
73352     DE Auto Body II                12       Dual Enrollment; TCC &
                                                  CCC
79751/    DE Electricity l and DE        11-12    Dual Enrollment with TCC
79752     Electricity ll                          and CCC.
78151     DE Electronics System I        11       Dual Enrollment with TCC      Mechatronics Students only
                                                  and CCC.
80151     DE Mechatronics I              11       Dual Enrollment with TCC      Mechatronics Students only
                                                  and CCC.
78153     DE Electronic Systems III      11       Dual Enrollment with TCC      Mechatronics Students only
                                                  and CCC.
80152     DE Mechatronics II             12       Dual Enrollment with TCC      Mechatronics Students only
                                                  and CCC.
80153     DE Mechatronics III            12       Dual Enrollment with TCC      Mechatronics Students only
                                                  and CCC.
78152     DE Electronics II              12       Dual Enrollment with TCC      Mechatronics Students only
                                                  and CCC.
78154     DE Electronics/Industrial      12       Dual Enrollment with TCC      Mechatronics Students only
          Robotics Tech                           and CCC.
CCC 2YR   **Students will not enter
          these classes. Applications
          are due to the IRHS school
          counselor by February 12,
          2021.
Course    Course Title                   Grade    Prerequisites                 Notes
Number                                   Levels
71911     Auto Tech l, Powertrain        11-12
          Specialist
71912     Auto Tech ll, Undercar         12       Auto Tech l
          Specialist
                                                       21
72411        Cosmetology l                 11
72412        Cosmetology ll                12       Cosmetology l
73551/       Cybersecurity                 11-12
73552        Fundamentals/Cybersecurity
             Systems Tech.
73513/       Advanced Cybersecurity        12       Cybersecurity
73553        Systems Technology/DE Adv.             Fundamentals/Cybersecuri
             Cybersecurity Systems Tech             ty Systems
                                                    Technology
73611        Dental Assistant l            11
73612        Dental Assistant ll           12       Dental Careers l
72211        Welding l                     11-12                               DE is optional
72212        Welding ll                    11-12    Welding l                  DE is optional

Governor's
School for
the Arts
Course       Course Title                  Grade    Prerequisites              Notes
Number                                     Levels
69111        Dance (Fall)                  9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69112        Dance (Spring)                9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69411        Music Vocal (Fall)            9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69412        Music Vocal (Spring)          9- 12                               Application/Audition Required
69511        Music Instrument (Fall)       9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69512        Music Instrument (Spring)     9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69211        Visual Arts (Fall)            9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69212        Visual Arts (Spring)          9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69311        Theatre (Fall)                9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69312        Theatre (Spring)              9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69011        Musical Theatre (Fall)        9-12                                Application/Audition Required
69012        Musical Theatre (Spring)      9-12                                Application/Audition Required
No Credit
00111        Excused fourth block first    12       Must have own
             semester (seniors only)                transportation home
00112        Excused fourth block second   12       Must have own
             semester (seniors only)                transportation home
00511        SCA block                     10-12    Must be in the SCA

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