Course Catalog - Herriman High School

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It's a Great Day to be a Mustang! This Registration Guide was prepared to help students and parents select the appropriate classes required for graduation, as well as prepare students to be college and career ready. Student course selections should be based upon consideration of minimum high school graduation requirements, future college entrance requirements and preparation, future career plans, and taking full advantage of high school educational opportunities. Please use the following guidelines in selecting courses: Will Fulfill Graduation Requirement Will help students prepare for the rigor of college, or are the classes recommended for college admissions.

College Prep

Will help students explore areas of career interest NCAA

Course is approved for NCAA eligibility Utah Scholar Approved Course

 Review prerequisite requirements carefully

There are 27 credits required for high school graduation in the following areas, including 9th grade: Language Arts

4 Credits

Social Studies

3.5 Credits

All seniors must pass the Basic Civics test to graduate Math 3 Credits* * A 4th year of math is recommended for college-bound students Science

3 Credits*

*A minimum of 2 Core sciences must be taken in separate areas of study

P.E./Health

2 Credits*

* Participation Skills & Techniques, Fitness for Life, P.E. Elective, and Health

Fine Arts

1.5 Credits

 Credits may be earned as .5 ( one semester or 2 quarters) or as 1 full credit ( year-long or 4 quarters).

Financial Literacy

.5 Credit

Computer Technology

.5 Credit

 Students must be enrolled in 8 credits each year.

CTE-Career Technical Education

1 Credit

The following information is provided in this catalog: Course number, School Course Title, Grade Level Requirement, Graduation Credit Area, Pre-requisite requirement, Course Fees, and Course Description.

Elective

8 Credits*

*All classes count as elective credit after meeting graduation requirements. 2 years of World Language is recommended for college-bound students ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Total Credits needed for Graduation

27 Credits

Read course descriptions carefully to ensure success and the best schedule! Sit down with your parents/guardians and review the graduation requirements listed above. Then use the 4-year plan worksheet found in this guide to map your progress towards graduation. Schedule appropriate courses for your grade level and academic readiness. It is in your best interest to challenge yourself with rigorous courses, but be prepared to use good study habits and responsible time management to be successful. Your high school grades are recorded on your permanent transcript . Doing your best work for classes is the best way to prepare for the ACT. Remember, your ACT scores, as well as college admission opportunities are directly related to your GPA and ACT scores.

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Language Arts Graduation Requirement: 4 Credits (9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades) Please review prerequisite requirements carefully Language Arts 10 Course

4601

Open to:

10th

Credit: 1

Lang Arts 10

NCAA

Language Arts 10 H Course

4602

Open to:

10th

Credit: 1

Lang Arts 10

Prerequisite:

NCAA

Description: This course, based on the 10th Grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards, is designed for grade-level instruction in reading comprehension, writing, methods of inquiry, and the processes, skills, and strategies for effective communication.

Description: Honors Course -Summer reading required This honors course, based on the 10th grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards, is designed for students who have scored a 3 or 4 (proficient or exceeding proficient) on the SAGE and expect more advanced instruction and rigorous curriculum. Honors students are required to purchase a vocabulary book for $10, as well as the novels listed in their teacher's course disclosure. A summer reading project is required for all students who take this course.

Summer Reading

Fees: $10 Vocabulary Book Description: This course, based on the 11th grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards, is designed for grade-level instruction in reading comprehension, writing, methods of inquiry, and the processes, skills, and strategies for effective communication with an emphasis on American literary texts.

Language Arts 11 Course

4611

Open to:

11th

Credit: 1

Lang Arts 11

NCAA

Language Arts 11 H Course

4612

Open to:

11th

Credit: 1

Lang Arts 11

Prerequisite:

NCAA

Summer Reading

English Language and Composition AP Course

4631

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 1

Lang Arts

NCAA

Prerequisite: Summer Reading Fees: $10 Vocabulary Book, AP Language and Composition examApproximately $96 Language Arts 12th Course

4621

Open to:

12th

Credit: 1

Lang Arts 12

NCAA

Language Arts 12th College Prep Course

4622

Open to:

12th

Credit: 1

Lang Arts 12 NCAA

Description: Honors Course -Summer reading required This Honors course, based on the 11th grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards, is designed for students who qualify for more advanced instruction in reading comprehension, writing, methods of inquiry, and the processes, skills, and strategies for effective communication, with an emphasis on American literary texts. The course also prepares students for college entrance exams (e.g. ACT and SAT). Students are encouraged to purchase personal copies of the novels read in class. Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Summer reading required This college-level course, based on College and Career Ready Standards and the 11th Grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards, is designed to increase students' close-reading and strengthen analytical and argumentative writing skills. The course emphasizes rhetorical and literary analysis of both fiction and nonfiction texts, as well as instruction in grammar and language usage to prepare students for the AP Language and Composition exam. Students who pass the exam will earn college credit. This class requires students to take the AP Language and Composition exam at an additional fee of approximately $96. Students are also required to purchase a vocabulary book for $10, as well as the novels listed in their teacher's course disclosure. A summer reading project is required for all students who take this course.

Description: This course is focused on the history of the English language as experienced through British literature. Reading selections may include Beowulf, Arthurian Legends, Shakespeare, William Blake, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, George Orwell, and William Golding. Based on the 12th grade Utah English Language Core Standards, this course is designed for grade-level instruction in reading comprehension, writing, methods of inquiry, and the processes, skills, and strategies for effective communication. Description: Honors Course This course, based on Utah 12th grade English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards and College and Career Ready Standards, is a higher level course/an honors course designed for students who plan to attend college. The course stresses college level reading, vocabulary, writing, and analytical skills necessary for academic success which is aligned with college standards . The course content includes an introduction to British literature and experience in research with an emphasis on college readiness.

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Summer reading required This college-level course, based on College and Career Ready Standards, is designed to increase students’ abilities as skilled readers of literary text and poetry in a variety of genres. Students will critically read literature selections and write Open to: 11th - 12th analytically about what they have read. The course emphasizes literary analysis of literature (fiction), informational texts NCAA Credit: 1 Lang Arts (non-fiction), and poetry to prepare students for the AP Literature and Composition exam. Students who pass the exam may Prerequisite: Summer Reading earn college credit. This class requires students to take the AP Literature and Composition exam at an additional fee of Fees: AP Literature and Composition exam- approximately $96. Students are also encouraged to purchase the novels listed in their teacher's course disclosure. A summer reading project is required for all students. Approximately $96 English Literature and Composition AP Course

4630

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Elective and Senior Language Arts Options The 4th year or senior Language Arts may be satisfied by some of the following courses Please review prerequisite requirements carefully Journalism 1 Course

4640

Open to:

10th - 12th Lang Arts 12 -when taken as a senior or Elective

Credit: .5

School Newspaper Staff Course

4642

Open to:

10th - 12th Lang Arts 12 -when taken as a senior or Elective Prerequisite: Journalism 1 and approval

Description: This semester course, based on the Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards, is designed to teach students about newspaper writing and reading with interviewing, writing, and editing emphasized. Students will produce a class newspaper. This course is an elective unless taken as a senior for credit in Language Arts 12.

Description: Teacher approval required This year-long course, based on College and Career Ready Standards, is designed for students to publish the school newspaper and study past and current trends and issues in journalism. This course is an elective unless taken as a senior for credit in Language Arts 12.

Credit: 1

Mythology 1 Course Open to: Credit: .5

Description: This is a survey course in mythological literature, based on the Utah English Arts (ELA) Core Standards, with plays and myths as the major emphasis. Cultural history, vocabulary building, and writing assignments are related to the course 11th - 12th NCAA content. A research project is a course requirement. This course is an elective unless taken as a senior for credit in Language Lang Arts 12 -when taken as Arts 12. a senior or Elective 4651

Description: This one-semester course will develop and improve both formal and informal writing skills with emphasis placed upon selfexpression, creativity, and clear communication. It will include a strong focus on distinguishing and using the “craft” of 10th - 12th NCAA Lang Arts 12 -when taken as writing, not just story-telling. Students will produce publishable, written material throughout the year and maintain a portfolio reflecting growth as a writer. This course is an elective unless taken as a senior for credit in Language Arts 12. a senior or Elective

Creative Writing 1 Course 4655 Open to: Credit: .5

Description: This course, based on the Utah English Arts (ELA) Core Standards, is designed for students who enjoy science fiction and fantasy and devour it in their spare time. The curriculum will include short stories, novels, essays, articles, and 12th NCAA informational texts. The goals of this course are to use science fiction and fantasy texts to increase reading and Lang Arts 12 -when taken as comprehension skills, broaden thinking and analysis skills, improve creative writing skills, and build a community of similar a senior or Elective interests. This course is an elective unless taken as a senior for credit in Language Arts 12.

Fantasy and Science Fiction Course Open to: Credit: .5

4661

Description: This course introduces students to basic argumentation theory and practice. Students will learn the basics of argument development, research skills, analytical reasoning, and public and artistic speaking. This class also doubles as a competitive NCAA Open to: 10th - 12th Speech/Debate Team. As part of this team, students enrolled in the class will be required to compete at novice tournaments, Elective ( only 1 Debate Credit: 1 supply volunteer judges, and put in practice hours before and/or after school. This competitive team travels, which requires credit for NCAA) a serious time commitment during the season (October-March). Students will also be expected to maintain a 2.0 GPA Fees: $30 for membership & tournaments, average, and have a C- or better in the class to compete (which constitutes part of the course grade). A $100 participation fee $100 District fee required is required by Jordan School District. A $30 class fee will give students a membership in the National Forensics League, and help pay tournament expenses. Debate 1 Course

1645

Description: Students in this course learn the rudiments of advanced argumentation theory and practice. They will develop in-depth knowledge of argumentation strategy, advanced research skills, and mastery of technical public speaking capabilities in the NCAA Open to: 10th - 12th way of speech (IE) events. This class doubles as a competitive Speech/Debate Team. As part of this team, students enrolled in Elective or Lang Arts 12 the class will be required to compete at varsity tournaments, supply volunteer judges, and put in practice hours before Credit: 1 ( only 1 Debate for NCAA) and/or after school. This competitive team travels, which requires a serious time commitment during the season (OctoberPrerequisite: Debate 1 March). Students will also be expected to maintain a 2.0 GPA average, and have a C- or better in the class to compete (which Fees: $30 for membership & tournaments, constitutes part of the course grade). A $100 participation fee is required by Jordan School District. $100 District fee required Debate 2 Course

1646

Literature and Film Course

4701

Open to: Credit: .5

11th -12th Elective only

Description: This course, based on the Utah English Arts (ELA) Core Standards, is designed for students to read and analyze literary pieces and then explore how film enhances and/or detracts from the work. It focuses on class discussion and analysis of selected films.

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Elective and Senior Language Arts Options Continued English 1010/Writing Course

96001

Open to:

12th

NCAA

Prerequisite: Accuplacer or ACT Score Credit: .5 Elective or Lang Arts 12 Fees: SLCC tuition $40 and $5 per credit

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC Accuplacer Placement Score of 81 or ACT (20 Reading) score required. English 1010 is a required General Education course for college graduation. Students study critical literacies of reading, writing, and thinking. During the semester, students complete four papers and projects using reflective, argumentative, rhetorical, and visual analysis styles. Students receive a high school grade and credit, as well as a permanent grade on their college transcript and 3 credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit or $15). The class fulfills a general education requirements for SLCC.

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- Effective Communication Accuplacer Placement Score or ACT (16 Reading) score required. This concurrent course teaches students to understand and apply the process of communicating effectively across cultures, at work, and in small groups. Students will demonstrate Open to: 11th-12th their knowledge of the communication process through oral, written and presentation assignments. Students receive a high Lang Arts 12 -when taken as school grade and credit, as well as a permanent grade on their college transcript and 3 credits from SLCC. Students must Credit: .5 a senior or Elective register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit or $15), as well as buy the college textbook. Fees: SLCC tuition $40 and $5 per credit, plus cost of college textbook Communication 1010 Course

98351

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- Principles of Public Speaking Accuplacer Placement Score or ACT (16 Reading) score required. This concurrent course allows students to prepare and College deliver speeches for civic and professional occasions. Basic theory and skills practice, including audience analysis, anxiety Open to: 11th - 12th Prep management, critical listening, supporting claims with evidence, persuasion, motivation, and delivery is taught. Students Lang Arts 12 -when taken as receive a high school grade and credit, as well as a permanent grade on their college transcript and 3 credits from SLCC. Credit:5 a senior or Elective Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit or $15), as well as buy the college textbook. Fees: SLCC tuition $40 and $5 per credit, plus the cost of college textbook. Communication 1020 Course

98301

Description: Aint it irritating when ppl don't know how to right and u can barely tell what their trying to say? In Business Communication I, we talk about how to speak and write so people know what the heck you’re trying to say. You’ll sound like a real professional by the time we’re done with you! Taking this class not only advances your skills but you can also get either CTE credit or if taken your senior year, it will count as .5 (half) of the 12th grade English credit. Sweet huh?!

Business Communications 1 Course

8305

Open to:

11th - 12th CTE or Senior Lang Arts

Credit: .5

Business

Business Communications 2 Course

8319

Open to:

11th - 12th CTE or Senior Lang Arts

Credit: .5

Business Prerequisite: Bus Comm 1 or Marketing 2

Description: Mega mind teaches us that the difference between a villain and a super villain is…. PRESENTATION! The way you deliver your information can determine whether the outcome is a success or failure. In Business Communication 2 we raise the bar to take your presentation and delivery skills to the next level. Yes, there will be a big presentation. Yes, you will complete a big portfolio. But we also use Skype and play telephone a lot. Leaving Herriman High with a stellar resume will help you get that job over all the other kids with a higher GPA than you.

Social Studies

Graduation Requirement: 3.5 Credits- Seniors must pass the U.S. Citizenship test Students must take Geography, World Civilization, U.S. History and U.S. Government. Please review prerequisite requirements carefully Description: Recommended 10th grade course This course studies the development of world civilizations emphasizing increasing interrelationships of the world's populations and cultures.

World Civilizations Course

6101

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

World Civ

NCAA

World History AP Course

6114

Open to: 10th - 12th NCAA Credit: 1 World Civ Prerequisite: Grade level or higher reading European History AP Course

6103

Open to:

10th-12th

Credit: 1

World Civ

NCAA

Prerequisite: Grade level or higher reading

Description: Advanced Placement (AP)- College level Recommended 10th grade course AP World History is the study of all of human civilization from mists of antiquity to the modern day. The class is taught at a college level, therefore, students should expect more homework and should read at least at grade level or higher. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the AP exam which is approximately $96.

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) -College level This college-level course is an advanced, rigorous study of European history. Emphasis is placed on advanced study, research, and analytical skills. The course covers European history from 1450 C.E. to the present and focuses on intellectualcultural, political-diplomatic, and social-economic history. It is intended for the above average history student. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the AP exam which is approximately $96.

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Social Studies Continued Description: Recommended 11th grade course This course will help students make connections between their world and the rich heritage of United States history. We will study the history of the United States which is essential for the continuation of our democratic society.

United States History Course Open to: Credit: 1

6111 11th-12th U.S. History

NCAA

US History AP Course

6113

Open to:

11th-12th

Credit: 1

U.S. History

NCAA

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) -College level This college-level course is an advanced, rigorous study of American history from the period of the first European explorations of the Americas to the present. The course emphasizes political institutions and behavior, public policy, social and economic change, diplomacy and human relations, and cultural and intellectual developments. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the AP exam which is approximately $96.

Prerequisite: Grade level or higher reading Description: Recommended 12th grade course (All seniors must pass the U.S. Citizenship test to graduate) The goal of this course is to foster informed, responsible participation in public life. Knowing how to be a good citizen is essential to the preservation and improvement of United States democracy. Upon completion of this course, the student will understand the major ideas, protections, privileges, structures, and economic systems that affect the life of a citizen in the United States political system. This course is recommended for seniors due to their proximity to voting age.

U.S. Government and Citizenship Course

6128

Open to:

11th -12th

Credit: .5

Government

NCAA

Government and Politics: American AP Course

6124

Open to:

11th -12th

Credit: 1

Government

NCAA

Prerequisite: Grade level or higher reading

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) (All seniors must pass the U.S. Citizenship test to graduate) This college level course is an advanced, rigorous study of the Constitutional underpinnings of United States government; political beliefs and behaviors; political parties, interest groups and mass media; institutions of national government; the Congress, the presidency, the bureaucracy, and the federal courts; public policy; and civil rights and civil liberties. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the AP exam which is approximately $96.

Elective Social Studies Options: Please review prerequisite requirements carefully World War II Course

6106

Open to:

11th-12th

Credit: .5

Elective

NCAA

Description: This course is an introduction to the historical and philosophical foundations of the major religions of the world. Religions to be studied include Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, Christianity and various Chinese religions.

Comparative World Religions Course

6118

Open to: Credit: .5

11th-12th Elective

NCAA

Description: This course studies human mind and behavior: how we think, feel, act and interact individually and in groups. Psychology is concerned with all aspects of behavior and with the thoughts, feelings and motivations underlying that behavior.

Psychology 1 Course Open to:

6133 10th -12th

Credit: .5

Elective

NCAA

Psychology 2 Course

6134

Open to: 11th -12th Credit: .5 Elective NCAA Prerequisite: Psych 1 or Teacher Approval Psychology AP Course

6135

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 1

Elective

Description: This course will examine the causes, course and consequences of the war in three areas; Europe, Asia and the home front. Additional themes include the impact of the war on soldiers and civilians, women in the war, the viewpoints of Germany and Japan and post war issues. America’s role will play prominently in the class. However, it will also focus on elements of the war Americans were not directly involved with, such as the rise of fascist regimes and the holocaust.

NCAA

Description: The course provides an in-depth study of topics covered in Psychology I. The course also emphasizes the application of psychological principles through experimentation and observation.

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) This college-level, year-long course covers the history of psychology, research methods, biological bases of behavior, sensation/perception, states of consciousness, learning, cognition, motivation, developmental psychology, personality, testing, abnormal psychology, treatment of psychological disorders, and social psychology. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the AP exam which is approximately $96.

Prerequisite: Psych 2 or Teacher Approval Sports Psychology Course

6136

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

Elective

Description: This course is for competitive athletes or performers. Students will explore the field of Sports Psychology and will learn techniques to help them mentally prepare for performance situations. Topics to be covered include teamwork, communication, focus, confidence, imagery, attitude, goal setting, self-talk, winning, handling fear, and resilience.

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Elective Social Studies Options Continued Sociology 1 Course Open to: Credit: .5

6140 10th - 12th Elective

NCAA

Description: This class is an introduction to the field of philosophy. The course includes an overview of several different philosophers, philosophical systems, subsections of philosophy, and methods of thinking.

Introduction to Philosophy Course Open to: Credit: .5

Description: This course is the systematic study of human society. Topics to be covered include basic theories of interpersonal and group interaction, culture, socialization, groups and their effect on the individual, deviance and crime, race and ethnicity, religion, social class, the family, gender roles and the environment.

6142 11th -12th Elective

NCAA

Description: This course prepares individuals to perform the duties of police and public security officers, including patrol, investigative activities, traffic control, crowd control, public relations, witness interviewing, evidence collection, and management. The course also includes crime prevention methods and routine law enforcement responsibilities.

Law Enforcement Course

6129

Open to:

12th

Credit: .5

CTE or Elective

Math

Graduation Requirement: 3 Credits Secondary Math 1, 2, and 3 are the required courses. A 4th year of math is strongly recommended for students seeking College admissions and preparation. Please review prerequisite requirements carefully Secondary Mathematics 2 Course 5310 Open to: 10th -11th Credit: 1 Math NCAA Secondary Math 1 Prerequisite: Fees: $10- classroom supplies

Description: Recommended 10th grade course Students in Secondary Mathematics 2 will focus on concepts and skills of algebra and geometry, specifically quadratic functions, rational and complex numbers. Graphing calculator recommended. Homework is an important part of this course. Students will be expected to complete all assignments in a timely manner to ensure success.

Description: (Support class for Secondary Math 2) See your counselor to schedule this class Students will be enrolled in Supplementary Secondary Math 2 concurrently with Secondary Math 2. This supplemental course is designed for students who struggled in Secondary Math 1. This course will review skills learned in Secondary Math 1. It will also supplement and review skills necessary for success in Secondary Math 2. The course will include assignments to help reinforce learned math concepts. Teacher or counselor permission required. Please see your counselor for enrollment Prerequisite: Counselor/teacher approval into the course. Supplemental Secondary Math 2 Course 5331 Open to: 10th -11th Credit: .5 Elective

Secondary Mathematics 2 Honors Course 5311 Open to: 10th -11th Credit: 1 Math NCAA Prerequisite: Secondary Math 1 & Honor

Description: Take Honors if you earned a B or better in your Secondary 1 math class Secondary Mathematics 2 Honors is an accelerated course that will focus on the concepts in Secondary Math 2. Additional abstract concepts and challenging topics will be studied. This more rigorous course is part of the accelerated math track. Graphing calculator highly recommended. Homework is an important part of this course. Students will be expected to complete all assignments in a timely manner to ensure success.

Fees: $10- classroom supplies Secondary Mathematics 3 Course

5320

Open to: Credit: 1

10th-12th Math

NCAA

Description: Recommended 11th grade course This course continues student studies of algebra and geometry, specifically polynomial, rational, radical, and trigonometric functions. Graphing calculator recommended. Homework is an important part of this course. Students will be expected to complete all assignments in a timely manner to ensure success.

Prerequisite: Secondary Math 2 Fees: $10- classroom supplies Supplemental Secondary Math 3 Course

5332

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: .5

Elective Prerequisite: Counselor/teacher approval Secondary Mathematics 3 Honors Course

5321

Open to:

10th-12th

Credit: 1

Math

Prerequisite:

NCAA

Description: (Support class for Secondary Math 3) See your counselor to schedule this class Students will be enrolled in Supplementary Secondary Math 3 concurrently with Secondary Math 3. This supplemental course is designed for students who struggled in Secondary Math 2. This course will review skills learned in Secondary Math 2. It will also supplement and review skills necessary for success in Secondary Math 3. The course will include some in-class assignments to help reinforce learned math concepts. Teacher or counselor permission required. See your counselor for enrollment into this class. Description: Take Honors if you earned a B or better in your Secondary 2 math class This accelerated course will focus on the concepts in Secondary Math 3 and include logarithmic and advanced trigonometric functions. This more rigorous course is part of the accelerated math track. Graphing calculator highly recommended. Students completing Secondary Mathematics 1, 2, and 3 are prepared for Calculus. Homework is an important part of this course. Students will be expected to complete all assignments in a timely manner to ensure success.

Honors Math or Math grade B or higher

Fees: $10- classroom supplies

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Math Courses Continued Introductory Statistics Course

5141

Open to: 11th -12th Credit: .5 Math Prerequisite: Secondary Math 2 Fees: $10- classroom supplies Mathematical Decision Making for Life Course

5124

Open to: Credit: 1

12th Math or Elective Approval Reqd Prerequisite: Counselor Fees: $10- classroom supplies College Prep Math Course

5126

Open to: Credit: 1

11th -12th Math NCAA or Elective Prerequisite: Grade C or better in Math 3 Fees: $10- classroom supplies Pre-calculus Course

5131

Open to: Credit: 1

10th-12th Math NCAA or Elective C or better in Math 3 Prerequisite: Grade Fees: $10- classroom supplies Calculus BC AP Course 5136 Open to: Credit: 1

10th-12th NCAA Math Mastery of Pre-calc or Prerequisite: Sec Math 3 H Fees: $15-supplies and Math XL Statistics AP Course

5140

Open to: Credit: 1

11th -12th Math NCAA or Elective Grade C or better in Sec

Prerequisite:

Description: Semester-long class This course will explore the gathering and displaying of data, data modeling, and the relationships of the two. Probability and inference making will be explored. Students will be prepared to take AP Statistics. Homework is an important part of this course. Students will be expected to complete all assignments in a timely manner to ensure success.

Description: Seniors Only - Please see your counselor to schedule This course is specifically for seniors. The course includes mathematical decision making in finance, modeling, probability and statistics, and making choices. Students will use appropriate tools, including technology, to model mathematics. Students will use structure and regularity of reasoning to describe mathematical situations and solve problems. This class must be approved by your counselor.

Description: Students in this course will acquire the skills needed to be successful in Math 1050. Concepts from Sec Math 2 & 3 will be extended to provide students with algebra skills and understanding which are prerequisite to college courses. Graphing calculator recommended. Homework is an important part of this course. Students will be expected to complete all assignments in a timely manner to ensure success. This course DOES NOT satisfy the Regents' Scholarship math requirement.

Description: This rigorous course prepares students for advanced studies in mathematics. Students will study advanced algebra and trigonometry. Graphing calculator highly recommended. Homework is an important part of this course. Students will be expected to complete all assignments in a timely manner to ensure success.

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Two class periods This is an introduction to differential and integral calculus topics , which is equivalent to two semesters of college level Calculus 1 and 2 courses. The course uses advanced skills in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry to analyze real world problems involving movement and variable rates of change. This course focuses on the application of calculus using derivatives, integrals, differential equations, vectors, parametric/polar modeling, and power series. Graphing calculator investigations are an integral part of the course (see instructor for calculator recommendations). Students are expected to take the Advanced Placement (AP) exam. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the exam which is approximately $96. Description: Advanced Placement (AP) This advanced placement course is an introductory, non-calculus based college level class which introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Prepares students for the AP Statistics Exam. Graphing calculator highly recommended. Students are expected to take the Advanced Placement (AP) exam. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the exam which is approximately $96.

Math 3, or Intro to Stats

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- College level course and expectations This course is intended to prepare students for college level mathematics courses. Math 1010 is for students who do not meet the prerequisite for higher level math courses. Intermediate Algebra provides the necessary background for: MATH 1030 Open to: 11th -12th Quantitative Reasoning, MATH 1040 Statistics, MATH 1050 College Algebra, and MATH 1090 College Algebra for Business Credit: .5 Math NCAA orACT Elective score: 18 (Reading 18) Students. This course DOES NOT satisfy the Regents' Scholarship math requirement. Prerequisite: Accuplacer:55 EA Math 1010 Integrated Algebra Course 5501

Fees: SLCC $40 Registration & $5/credit Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- College level course and expectations This course may be an appropriate culminating mathematics course for the general studies or student majoring in nonscience programs. The focus of the course is on the development of problem-solving skills through the application of various Open to: 11th -12th mathematical concepts to real life problems. Students receive a high school grade and credit, as well as a grade on their NCAA Credit: .5 Math permanent college transcript and 3 credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost orACT Elective score: 23 (Reading 20) for the class ($5 per credit- or $15). Prerequisite: Accuplacer:40 (Reading 71) ACT scores must be sent to SLCC directly from ACTstudents.org. Fees: SLCC $40 Registration & $5/credit Math 1030 Quantitative Literacy Course 9658

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- College level course and expectations The course is a study of statistics using projects and data; therefore you will examine statistics by looking at data, with the analyses being done by calculator or computer. Statistics used to describe (descriptive), statistics used to predict Open to: 11th -12th (inferential), and probability are three major themes in this course. Students receive a high school grade and credit, as well NCAA Credit: .5 Math as a grade on their permanent college transcript and 3 credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the orACT Elective score: 23 (Reading 20) partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit-or $15). ACT scores must be sent to SLCC directly from ACTstudents.org. Prerequisite: Accuplacer:50 (Reading 71) Math 1040 Introduction to Statistics Course

9652

Fees: SLCC $40 Registration & $5/credit

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Math Courses Continued Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- College level course and expectations The course is an algebra class designed to prepare students to enter either engineering or calculus courses. It continues to Course 9650 explore, in greater depth, standard algebra topics many of which were addressed in Math 1010. College Algebra satisfies Open to: 11th -12th quantitative literacy requirements for graduation. Students not intending to take calculus should investigate 1030 or 1040 Credit: .5 Math NCAA as alternate courses that satisfy the literacy requirement. Students receive a high school grade and credit, as well as a or Elective ACT score: 23 (Reading 20) grade on their permanent college transcript and 4 credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the Prerequisite: Accuplacer:55(Reading 71) partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit- or $20). ACT scores must be sent to SLCC directly from ACTstudents.org. Math 1050 College Algebra

Fees: SLCC $40 Registration & $5/credit Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- College level course and expectations This course is intended to prepare students for a comprehensive course in calculus by teaching concepts and facts required for a major in math, physics, chemistry, engineering, and computer science, as well as many of the life sciences. The course presents trigonometric functions, polar functions, trigonometric equations, and solutions of right triangles and oblique NCAA Open to: 11th -12th triangles. Polar coordinates, complex numbers, parametric equations, and vectors are also introduced. Students are Credit: .5 Math required to know basic trigonometric facts such as the sine, cosine, and tangent values of special angles without using a orACT Elective score: 26 (Reading 20) calculator. Students are also required to know the fundamental trigonometric identities without looking them up. Students Accuplacer:70(Reading 71) must have earned a grade C or better in Math 1050 to take this course. Students receive a high school grade and credit, as Prerequisite: and a grade C or better in well as a grade on their permanent college transcript and 4 credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit- or $20). ACT scores must be sent to SLCC directly from ACTstudents.org. Math 1050 Math 1060 Trigonometry Course 9651

Fees: SLCC $40 Registration & $5/credit

Science:

Core Courses

Graduation Requirement: 3 Credits

Students must have three science credits for graduation. The first two credits must be from two different Core Science areas. The third credit may be a Core or an Applied Science (3rd Science).

Chemistry and Physics classes us math calculations for assignments and lab activities. Please check prerequisites carefully. Biology Course

3111

Open to:

10th -12th Core Science NCAA Credit: 1 Fees: $15- Consumable materials

Description: Recommended 10th grade course Biology is the study of life. We begin the year talking about ecology and discover how living things interact with each other and their environment. We learn about cells, their structure and function, DNA, genetics, evolution, plants, animals, and body systems. Biology is a one year, one credit course. Students will participate in laboratory activities which will include animal dissections.

Biology-Agricultural Science

Description: Recommended 10th grade course

Course

8207

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: 1

Core Science or CTE

This course covers biology with an agricultural emphasis. Students learn about the structure of cells, how genetic information is passed on, biological diversity, the process of evolution, and how organisms interact with their environment. Students learn how to apply this information in plants and animals through laboratory activities. Students also explore recent advances in biotechnology (genetics, embryos, etc.). This is a one year, one credit course of biological science. Participation in the FFA youth leadership organization may be an integral part of this course.

NCAA

Fees: $15- Consumable materials Chemistry Course

3121

Open to:

10th -12th Core Science NCAA Credit: 1 Fees: $15- Chemicals, project supplies & replacing broken glassware Chemistry Honors Course

3122

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: 1 Core Science NCAA Fees: $15- Chemicals, project supplies & replacing broken glassware Physics Course

3131

Open to:

10th -12th

NCAA Credit: 1 Core Science Fees: $15- Consumable materials, equipment maintenance, project supplies

Description: Math skills equivalent to a B or better in Secondary Math 1 is strongly recommended Chemistry is the study of matter, structure, energy and change. Topics include atomic structure, periodic table of elements, bonding, conservation of mass and energy, chemical reactions, equilibrium equations, acid/base chemistry, and nuclear chemistry. This is a lab based course. Chemistry is a one year, one credit course. Students will participate in laboratory activities which will include several chemical reactions.

Description: Math skills equivalent to a B in Secondary Math 2 is strongly recommended Honors Chemistry covers the same topics as regular chemistry, but some topics are covered in more depth. This is a great course for any student who is interested in STEM careers. Topics include matter and change, energy, atomic structure, periodic table of elements, quantum mechanics, bonding, naming compounds, conservation of mass and energy, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, equilibrium equations, acid/base chemistry, and nuclear chemistry. This is a one year, one credit lab based course. Students will participate in laboratory activities.

Description: Math skills equivalent to a B or better in Secondary Math 1 is strongly recommended Physics is the study of motion, work and energy. We begin our study by learning how and why things move and then go on to discover how that motion relates to work and energy. As part of our study we learn about waves, light, optics, electricity, and the fission and fusion of matter to produce energy. Physics is a one year, one credit course. Students will participate in laboratory activities & quarterly projects.

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Science Courses Continued Physics H

Description: Students should be enrolled in Secondary Math 2 Honors or higher to enroll in this course. Honors Physics is especially for those students who desire to pursue a college major in science, engineering, architecture, or medicine. The course covers the same content as the physics course, however it has greater emphasis on the problem Open to: 10th -12th solving skills necessary to prepare a student for university studies. Credit: 1 Core Science NCAA Honors Physics is a one year, one credit course. Students will participate in laboratory activities & quarterly projects. Prerequisite: Sec Math 2 Honors Students who consistently achieve A’s and B’s in this course should consider attempting the AP Physics I Exam. Taking and Fees: $15- Consumable materials, equipment passing the AP exam will earn the student college credit. There is a fee to take the exam which is approximately $96. maintenance, project supplies Course

3134

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Recommended 11th or 12 grade course Advanced Placement or AP Biology is a rigorous, college level course. It covers the same topics as regular biology but involves greater depth. The class moves at a faster pace and it is important that students do not get behind. The class is lab based and includes a dissection. AP Biology is a one year, one credit course. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the exam which is approximately $96. Prerequisite: Biology or Teacher approval It is very rigorous and is intended for students who desire to pursue a college major in science or a health related career. Regular study and reading text materials are necessary to do well in the course and pass the AP exam to receive college Fees: $15- Consumable materials credit. Biology AP (Science & Medical Field Careers) Course 3112 Open to: 10th -12th Core Science Credit: 1 NCAA

Description: Concurrent Enrollment (SLCC) College level course and expectations Biology 1010 is a college level course intended for non-majors. Topics covered include: chemistry of life, cells, cell energy and division, DNA, genetics, evolution, plants and animals. This is a one year course and includes the lab component (1015). Students receive a high school grade and credit, plus the same grade recorded on their college transcript and 4 credits from SLCC, if they get a C or better in the course and on the final exam. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit- or $20). The class fulfills the general education requirements for SLCC. ACT scores must be sent to SLCC directly from ACTstudents.org. It is rigorous but not as demanding as AP Biology. Testing will be the largest factor in grade determination, but regular study and reading text materials are necessary to perform well on content tests.

Biology 1010/15 (SLCC)-Non Science Careers 3221 Course

Open to: Credit: 1 Prerequisite:

11th -12th Core Science

NCAA

Accuplacer reading 58 or ACT Reading score of 16

Fees: $15- Consumable materials plus SLCC tuition $40 and $20/ 4 credits

Chemistry AP Course

3123

Open to: Credit: 1

11th-12th Core Science

NCAA

Chemistry or Approval Prerequisite: Fees: $15 -Chemicals & project supplies Optional- Student may take a lab class at the University of Utah for an additional fee. AP Physics 2 Course Open to: Credit: 1

3137 11th-12th Core Science

NCAA

AP Physics 1 or H Physics Prerequisite: Fees: $15- Consumable materials Optional- Student may take a lab class at the University of Utah for an additional fee. AP Physics C Course

3135

Open to: Credit: 1

11th-12th Core Science

NCAA

Calculus or Calculus taken concurrently or H Physics Fees: $15- Consumable materials Optional- Student may take a lab class at the University of Utah for an additional fee.

Prerequisite:

Description: Advanced Placement (AP). Receiving a B or better in Secondary Math 2 is strongly recommended. Advanced Placement or AP Chemistry is a very rigorous, college level course, with a large emphasis on lab work. It covers the same topics as honors chemistry but involves greater depth. It is intended for students with a desire to major in the subject and pursue a related career. The class moves at a faster pace and it is important that students do not get behind. Students may take the lab portion of this class at the University of Utah for an additional fee. Once completed, students will have two U of U chemistry lab credits. This is a one year, one credit course. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the exam which is approximately $96. Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Receiving a B or better in Secondary 2 Math is strongly recommended AP Physics 2 is a very rigorous, college level course. It reviews topics taught in Honors Physics as well as covering additional topics such as the study of fluids, electricity, and magnetism. Successful completion of AP Physics 1 (transfer students) or Honors Physics is required to enroll in this course. It is intended for students with a desire to major in the subject and/or pursue a related career in engineering, architecture, or medicine. The class moves at a faster pace and it is important that students do not get behind. AP Physics 2 is a one year, one credit course. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the exam which is $96.

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus based course. AP Physics C (Mechanics) is a calculus based college level course. It reviews topics taught in the first semester of Honors Physics but using Calculus principles as well as Algebra. It is very rigorous and is intended for students with a desire to major in the subject and/or pursue a related career in engineering, architecture, or medicine. It is equivalent to a first semester of a calculus based general physics course taught at a University. The class examines physics concepts in a more indepth way with a higher level of math proficiency than the other courses offered. AP Physics C (Mechanics) is a one year, one credit course. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam. There is a fee to take the exam which is approximately $96.

Applied or 3rd Science Options Students must have three science credits for graduation. The first two credits must be from two different Core Science areas. The third credit may be a Core or an Applied Science (3rd Science). Astronomy Course

31411

Open to: 11th-12th NCAA 3rd Science Credit: .5 Fees: $10- Materials and a field trip

Description: One semester course-.5 credit Students will learn about our Solar System, the Sun, star formation and life cycle, our Galaxy, the Universe, light, telescopes, and the night sky. This course will be a fun exploration of the universe around you. Astronomy is a one semester, half credit course. Students will observe the night sky, the Sun, planets, and track the lunar phases, while learning to find stars in the night sky. The class has several labs along with lots of science demonstrations. Fees cover consumable materials and a field trip to the Clark Planetarium. Page 9

3rd Science Options Continued Wildlife Biology Course

3160

Open to: Credit: 1

11th-12th 3rd Science

NCAA

Biology Prerequisite Fees: $15- Consumable materials Zoology Course

3163

Open to:

11th-12th 3rd Science

Credit: .5

NCAA

Fees: $10-Consumable materials Geology Course

3165

Open to:

11th-12th 3rd Science

Credit: .5

NCAA

Description: Wildlife Biology is the study of North American animals, and their impact on ecosystems. During the year we will be discussing how producers, consumers, and decomposers make a healthy ecosystem sustainable. We will also explore the benefits/negative aspects of human interaction, introduced species, and global effects on North American animals. Student will participate in laboratory activities which include some outside labs. The lab fee covers the cost of consumable materials such as animals, tools, and glassware.

Description: One semester course Zoology is the study of invertebrate and vertebrates animals. During the semester, we will investigate what separates simple organisms from the more complex. We will use class dissections to uncover evolutionary advancements of organisms, and practice the correct classification of common animals. Zoology is a semester long biology course. Students will participate in laboratory activities. The lab fee covers the cost of consumable materials such as animals, tools, and glassware. Description: One semester course Geology is the study of solid Earth, the rocks that make up Earth and the changes rocks go through. Topics include the history of Earth, plate tectonics, weathering/erosion, minerals, resources, the rock cycle and Utah geology. Geology is a semester long course. Students will participate is a variety of laboratory activities on natural resources, mineral identification, the rock cycle and rock identification, and activities on the history of Earth.

Fees: $10- Consumable materials Human Anatomy/Physiology Course

3170

Open to: 11th-12th NCAA 3rd Science Credit: 1 Fees: $15-Consumable materials

Medical Anatomy and Physiology Course

9120

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 1

3rd Science, or CTE

NCAA

Animal Science 1 Course

8201

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: 1

3rd Science, or CTE

Description: Taking Biology or Intro to Health Science prior to this class is encouraged Human Anatomy and Physiology is an introductory course for students interested in the human body. It gives an overview of the 11 organ systems in the human body, focusing on the structures and functions of the major tissues and organs. Students will participate in laboratory activities which will include dissections of eyeballs, kidneys, hearts, and chicken wings. The lab fee covers the cost of consumable materials such as dissection specimens, chemicals, and glassware.

Description: This full-year course provides students with an in-depth study of health care careers including clinical experience in a variety of health care settings. Instruction includes intermediate anatomy and physiology, medical terminology and abbreviations, diseases and disorders, medical ethics, and first aid. The class is designed to prepare students for a variety of health technology programs. Participation in the HOSA youth leadership organization may be an integral part of this course. Description: In Animal Science I we cover the basic science of animals including animal body systems, genetics, and animal production. While this class focuses more on livestock animals, the principles learned apply to all animals, including pets. This is a hands on class which includes exposure to multiple animals throughout the year. We also conduct several dissections. This class is a perfect gateway for those students who want to have a career working with animals in the future. FFA is an integrated part of this class and FFA membership is strongly encouraged.

Fees: $15 for consumable materials Animal Science 2 Course

8203

Open to:

11th-12th 3rd Science, or CTE

Credit: 1

Description: Animal Science 2 covers the next level of animal science. We study animal anatomy, behavior, health, and veterinary procedures. This class focuses on dogs, cats, horses, poultry, and exotic animals. This is a hands on class which includes exposure to multiple animals throughout the year. We also conduct several dissections. This class is part of a pathway that prepares students for a career in the animal industry. FFA is an integrated part of this class and FFA membership is strongly encouraged.

Prerequisite: Animal Science 1 Fees: $15 for consumable materials Plant and Soil Science Course Open to: Credit: 1

8210 10th-12th 3rd Science, or CTE

Description: Plant and Soil science introduces students to the world of horticulture and botany. This is a full year course that counts as a science, CTE, or elective class. Topics covered include plant structure, growing systems, soils science, and basic principles of botany. This is a hands on class and students will be working in the school greenhouse and the science laboratory often. This class is a part of a pathway that prepares students for multiple careers in plant science and agriculture. FFA is an integrated part of this class and FFA membership is strongly encouraged.

Fees: $15 for consumable materials

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P.E. & Health Science Graduation Requirement: 2 Credits Students must take: Participation, Skills & Techniques; Lifetime Fitness; P.E. Elective and Health Fitness for Life Course 7120 Required for Open to: 10th Credit: .5 Fitness for Life Graduation Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance

Description: Recommended for 10th graders This course is designed for continued physical fitness improvement with an increased understanding of the components that make up fitness i.e., heart/lung fitness, strength, flexibility, muscle endurance, weight control/nutrition, and stress management. This is a participation graded course.

Team Sports Course 7110 Open to: 10th - 12th Credit: .5 P.E. Elective

Description: This course is designed to teach sports which require group participation and cooperation. This is a participation graded course.

Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Lifetime Sports Course

7121

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

P.E. Elective

Description: This course offers instruction and practice in the fundamentals of golf, tennis, badminton, bowling, and other individual sports. This is a participation graded course.

Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Aerobics Course

7125

Open to: 10th - 12th Credit: .5 P.E. Elective Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Yoga Course

7126

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .5

P.E. Elective

Description: This course is designed to help individuals to learn how to live a healthy lifestyle through movement. This class will include, but is not limited to, interval training, step, kick boxing, Zumba, strength endurance training, and piyo. Aerobics will also participate in a group fitness project where students will design their own workout for the class. This class has a lab fee of $5 to help replace and buy new equipment. This is a participation graded course. Description: This class focuses on structural alignment, increase of strength and flexibility. It will deepen student’s awareness of breath and the role it has in generating energy and stamina in one’s mind and body. The course will also incorporate techniques for stress relief, and enhance one’s physical performance by teaching students how to connect breath, organ systems, physiology and anatomy all together. This is a participation graded course.

Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Fundamentals of Basketball Course

7111

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

P.E. Elective

Description: Not for students who have played on the school basketball team This course offers instruction and practice in the fundamentals of basketball. Not for students on the school basketball team. This is a participation graded course.

Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Fundamentals of Volleyball Course Open to: Credit: .5

7113 10th - 12th P.E. Elective

Description: Not for students who have played on the school volleyball team This course offers instruction and practice in the fundamentals of volleyball. Not open to students who have played on the school volleyball team. This is a participation graded course.

Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Description: This course is a continuation of fundamentals of volleyball emphasizing further development of offensive and defensive Course 7114 strategies, effective team work, and sportsmanship. This is a participation graded course. Open to: 11th - 12th Credit: .5 P.E. Elective Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Volleyball Volleyball 2

Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Weight Training 1 Course Open to: Credit: .5

7130 10th - 12th P.E. Elective

Description: This course is designed as an introduction to proper weight lifting techniques and includes the development of individual programs that develop body tone, muscle strength, and physical conditioning. This is a participation graded course.

Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance

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P.E. & Health Continued Description: This course is a continuation of Weight Training 1, emphasizing further development of programs that develop body tone, muscle strength, and physical condition. This is a participation graded course.

Weight Training 2 Course

7131

Open to: 10th - 12th Credit: .5 P.E. Elective Prerequisite: Weight Tr 1 Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Power Lifting Course Open to: Credit: .5

7132 Football P.E. Elective

Prerequisite:

Coach approval

Description: Coach approval necessary This course requires approval from the Football coach. Once try-outs are completed and team rosters have been created, the coach will submit students' names for enrollment into Power Lifting. This is an advanced weight training course that offers instruction in heavy power lifting routines. It stresses strength, weight gains, and flexibility for injury prevention and agility. The course is designed to compliment the Football Athletic Program.

Fees: $5 for equipment & maintenance Consumer Health Course 7100 Open to: Credit: .5

10th - 11th Health

Description: Recommended for 10th graders This course emphasizes the physical, social, and mental health dimensions people make in their lives and offers students an opportunity to evaluate health practices, products, and services. Required for Graduation Description: Recommended for 10th graders This course emphasizes the physical, social, and mental health dimensions people make in their lives and offers students an opportunity to evaluate health practices, products, and services.

College Athletic Preparation Course 72211 Open to: 10th - 11th Credit: .5

Elective

Intro to Health Science & Technology Course

7101

Open to:

10th - 12th .5 Health .5 CTE

Credit: 1

Satisfies Health Grad Rec

Description: This course is a great intro class to other health science and medical classes, including JATC. Videos and lectures are used to achieve competency covering more than 350 medical word roots, suffixes and prefixes. Emphasis is placed on pronunciation, spelling and proper usage of medical terminology. Participation in the HOSA youth organization is encouraged.

Medical Terminology Course

9122

Open to: Credit: .5

10th - 12th CTE or Elective

Exercise Science & Sports Medicine Course

7206

Open to: Credit: 1

11th - 12th CTE or Elective

Medical Anatomy and Physiology Course

9120

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 1

Description: Health Science is a class that acquaints students with a wide variety of careers in the health fields. Students learn basic anatomy, medical terminology, C.P.R., first aid, vital signs, ethics, job skills, etc. Health Science is not required but is recommended as a preparatory class for all medical related classes at the Jordan Technical Center. This full year class fulfills the required health credit for graduation from Jordan School District. Participation in your local HOSA or SkillsUSA chapter is strongly recommended.

3rd Science, or CTE

NCAA

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the area of physical therapy and athletic training. Students will also learn components of sports medicine including human anatomy and physiology, injury prevention, first-aid practices, injury evaluations, healing processes, therapeutic modalities, sports nutrition, performance skills and career options. Participation in the HOSA youth leadership organization may be an integral part of this course. Description: This full-year course provides students with an in-depth study of health care careers including clinical experience in a variety of health care settings. Instruction includes intermediate anatomy and physiology, medical terminology and abbreviations, diseases and disorders, medical ethics, and first aid. The class is designed to prepare students for a variety of health technology programs. Participation in the HOSA youth leadership organization may be an integral part of this course.

Fine Arts: Visual & Performing Arts Graduation Requirement: Students must complete 1.5 credits of Fine Arts. All Visual and Performing Arts classes may be used to fulfill the Fine Arts requirement

Please carefully review Fees required

Visual Arts: Studio Art: 3-D Design AP Course Open to: Credit: 1

1012 11th ,12th Fine Art

Prerequisite: Instructor approval

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Year-long This is a year-long, college level course that follows the Advanced Placement Program. This class focuses on sculpture or three-dimensional art. Compositional issues that involve the space surrounding the art object as well and the space it occupies will be taught. Additive and subtractive sculpture will be explored. University credit can be earned with a successful score on the Advanced Placement (AP) portfolio. The fee to submit your AP portfolio is approximately $96.

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Visual Arts continued Drawing 1 Course Open to: Credit: .5 Fees: $20.00 ,

1044 10th-12th Fine Art Art Supplies $15

Drawing 2 Course Open to:

1045 10th-12th

Description: This beginning course will help students to develop drawing skills and techniques through a variety of drawing media, such as graphite, pen and ink, charcoal and Prism color pencils. Experience in art criticism, art history and aesthetics will be included.

Description: This is an intermediate course in drawing that builds on the skills and concepts taught in Drawing 1. The use of value is emphasized. Atmospheric perspective and accurate shading are studied along with composition.

Credit: .5 Fine Art Prerequisite: Drawing 1 Fees: $20.00 , Art Supplies $15 Drawing AP Course Open to: Credit: 1 Prerequisite:

1014 11th ,12th Fine Art Instructor approval

Fees: $70 for Art supplies and materials

Printmaking 1 Course Open to: Credit: .5

1020 10th-12th Fine Art

Fees :$20.00 , Art Supplies $15 Printmaking 2 Course

1021

Open to: Credit: .5 Prerequisite: Fees: $20.00 ,

10th-12th Fine Art Printmaking 1 Art Supplies $15

Art Foundations 1 Course

1026

Open to:

10th-12th

Credit: .5

Fine Art

Fees:$20.00 , Art Supplies $15

Ceramics 1 Course Open to:

1029 10th-12th

Credit: .5

Fine Art

Fees: $20- Supplies & tool kit $40

Ceramics 2 Course Open to: Credit: .5

1030 10th-12th Fine Art

Fees: $30- Supplies & tool kit $40 Ceramics 3 Course

1031

Open to: 10th-12th Credit: 1 Fine Arts Prerequisite: Instructor approval Fees: $30- Supplies & tool kit $60

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Year-long ART AP (Drawing and 2D) What happens when you get to college and you’re required to submit a portfolio to get into the Art program you want? Hopefully you spent your high school junior and senior year creating a skillful, creative, and sophisticated portfolio. AP students strive to get a “5” score which rewards them up to 7 college credits. We hone our observational skills in drawing the human form/still life in a variety of styles, methods, and medium and then find that niche that best represents your artistic strengths. All 2D work can be submitted as a portfolio, ranging from Oil painting to photographed installations. Most students who have taken 1020 can continue working on their portfolio in Art AP. The fee to submit your AP portfolio is approximately $96. Description: This course introduces fine art printmaking and focuses on beginning techniques, processes and materials. It explores the role of traditional and contemporary printmaking as a fine art medium. It also focuses on the development of personal and individual imagery, craftsmanship, the use of tools and materials, and printmaking terminology. The course includes intaglio printing and relief printing. Description: This course goes more in-depth with fine art printmaking and focuses on intermediate techniques, processes and materials. It further explores the role of traditional and contemporary printmaking as a fine art medium. It focuses on the further development of personal and individual imagery, craftsmanship, the use of tools and materials, and printmaking terminology. The course includes intaglio printing and relief printing.

Description: Art Foundations is a beginning entry-level art course where you will work in all the 2D and 3D mediums that our school offers as an individual course. Students will work with clay, create drawings, paintings, hand pulled prints, try photography and more. As a sophomore or junior, this is an excellent course to take if you want to just dip your toe into all the rich courses that the Fine Art Department has to offer you. After taking this course, you will have a better idea of which mediums you like to work in best. If you discover that you really like painting or ceramics after taking this class, you will be able to take these as an entire course. Description: Ceramics develops basic skills in the creation of 3-D forms and pottery in clays. Techniques in hand building, wheel throwing, basic glazing, and firing are taught. With an emphasis on studio production, this course is designed to develop higher-level thinking and art-related technology skills. Some art criticism, art history, and aesthetics may be included. Class fees cover wheel throwing tools and 50lbs of clay for each student.

Description: Semester long course This is an intermediate course that builds upon the concepts and skills learned in Ceramics 1. Students will then consistently produce quality pieces of ceramics. Students will be introduced to more advanced techniques for wheel throwing. Half of the class time will be spent refining hand building/sculpture skills, and half of the time will be spent throwing functional ware on the wheels. Class fees cover wheel throwing tools and 50lbs of clay for each student.

Description: Year-long course This is an advanced course in ceramics. Students are directed to work on independent projects following a theme or pursuing particular problems of design or construction. The goal of the course is to create pieces for exhibition or portfolio purposes. Half of the class time will be spent refining hand building/sculpture skills, and half of the time will be spent throwing functional ware on the wheels.

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Visual Arts Continued Description: Beginning course in which projects are created with a variety of color medium (watercolor, pastel, acrylic, and mixed media). Skills are taught such as basic drawing, color theory, principles of design, with an emphasis on creativity. This really fun class is now also open to sophomores.

Painting 1 Course 1046 Open to: 10th-12th Credit: .5 Fine Arts Fees: $20, Supplies & kits $25

Description: Oil painting using techniques with Grisaille, Glazing, All-Pinta and Alla Prima. Group materials will be used to defer some of the high costs of the oil medium. Fees also cover the cost of two large canvasses.

Painting 2 Course

1047

Open to:

10th-12th

Credit: .5 Fine Arts Prerequisite: Painting 1 Fees: $30, Supplies & kits $25 Description: Jewelry 1 is a course for students who enjoy creating art. Students will be able to use raw materials such as copper and silver to demonstrate the skills of filing, sawing, soldering, casting and stone setting independently. Class projects will include creating rings, pendants, ear rings and bracelets. Class fees are used to purchase raw materials, maintenance of tools used for crafting jewelry and a $20 instructional lab.

Jewelry 1 Course

1052

Open to:

10th-12th

Credit: .5

Fine Arts

Fees: $20, Raw materials $45 Description: Jewelry 2 students will apply skills learned in Jewelry 1 to create original jewelry pieces out of both copper and silver. They will engage in designing the jewelry pieces as well as crafting the raw materials to reach the desired result. Class projects will include creating original designs of rings, pendants, ear rings and bracelets. Class fees are used to purchase raw materials, maintenance of tools used for crafting jewelry and a $20 instructional lab.

Jewelry 2 Course

1053

Open to:

10th-12th

Credit: .5 Fine Arts Prerequisite: Jewelry 1 Fees: $30, Raw materials $45 Art 1010 Exploring Art Course

1067

Open to:

11th ,12th

Credit: .5 Fine Arts Fees: $30-Art supplies and materials plus SLCC tuition $40 and $5/ per credit or $15

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- College level and expectations Art 1010 is a SLCC concurrent class that offers 3 GE credits (core) accepted by Utah colleges and universities and .5 Art high school credit. Students get hands-on, interactive, and project based experience in Art History. Students take two field studies, create many shared Google projects and every Friday, create art like the masters. Research, writing, and reading are also required. Students receive a high school grade and credit, plus the same grade recorded on their college transcript. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit).

ART 1020 Intro to Drawing Course 1066 Open to: 11th ,12th Credit: .5 Fine Arts or CTE Fees: $35-Art supplies and materials plus SLCC tuition $40 and $5/ per credit

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC- College level and expectations Art 1020 is a SLCC Concurrent class that gives you hands-on studio experience in 2-D, mostly observational drawing. It’s like taking Drawing One/Two on steroids. Students come out of this class with serious ninja drawing skills. No pre-test, prerequisite, or prior art skills required. Mostly only sketch-book homework. You receive a high school grade and credit for either Art or CTE, as well as a grade on your college transcript and 3 credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit). The class fulfills the general education requirements for SLCC.

Basic Film Photography

Description: This course is an introduction to photographic imaging including history, evolution of the camera, alternative photography, capturing images on black and white film, converting images to digital, and making black and white prints in a photographic darkroom. Course includes instruction and training in camera skills, exposure, composition, portraiture equipment operation, film processing, dark room procedures, scanning, digitizing, editing, toning and colorizing black and white photographs, printing and mounting photos. Classwork includes hands-on work, as well as an introduction to Adobe Light room and Photoshop. Geared to prepare individuals for the workplace in photography with a commercial perspective.

Course

8606

Open to:

10th - 12th Fine Arts or CTE

Credit: .5

Visual Art

Fees: $20, Film & Supplies $30

Basic Digital Photography Course

8607

Open to:

10th - 12th Fine Arts or CTE

Credit: .5

Visual Arts

Prerequisite: Basic Film Photography Fees: $20, Film & Supplies $20

Description: This course is an introduction to digital photographic imaging including the evolution of the digital image, capturing images with a digital camera, basic editing techniques and how to output images in various formats. Course includes instruction and training in digital imaging, image types, pixels and resolution, composition, exposure, camera techniques, equipment operation, image processing, editing, manipulating and techniques such as scanning, digitizing, editing, layout, outputting various image formats, printing and mounting photos. Classwork includes hands-on practice and skill building, as well as an introduction to Adobe Light room and Photoshop. Geared to prepare individuals for the workplace in photography with a commercial perspective.

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Visual Arts Continued Adv. Commercial Photo Course

8609

Open to:

11th, 12th Fine Arts or CTE

Credit: 1

Visual Arts

Prerequisite: Basic Digital Photo/approval Fees: $30, Consumables & supplies $20 Design & Visual Communication Course Open to: Credit: .5

8650 10th, 12th Fine Arts or CTE

Visual Arts

Fees: $20, Consumables & supplies $20 Commercial & Advertising Art Course

8651

Open to:

11th, 12th Fine Arts or CTE

Credit: 1

Visual Arts

Prerequisite: Des & Vis Comm or Approval Fees: $20, Consumables & supplies $20

Description: An advanced course in digital imaging combining artistic techniques with a commercial perspective to effectively communicate ideas to business and consumer audiences via the use of advanced digital and/or film photography. Course includes instruction and training in career opportunities, workflow, specialized camera equipment and accessories, software operation, copyright, ethics, and legal issues that apply to commercial photography business operations. Classwork includes hands-on practice and skill building, as well as advanced techniques in Adobe Light room and Photoshop on a professional level. Geared to prepare individuals for the workplace and effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences via the use of photography. Description: Graphic Design 1 Walt Disney once said, “It all started with a mouse.” Well, that mouse started as a sketch on a train while Mr. Disney was returning to LA after a failed business partnership in New York left him destitute. This class will help you develop your drawing, color and typography skills as a door to work in places like The Walt Disney Co. You will make drawings, illustrations, animation, movie posters, cartoons and characters as you learn to effectively communicate ideas to consumers and commercial audiences. Thanks Walt for showing the way! Students will also learn computer graphics with an introduction to Adobe Illustrator and InDesign. Description: Graphic Design 2 You know that cereal box you had out this morning for breakfast? Someone actually designed it to communicate to and persuade you without you knowing. Change the world by learning the skills to creatively communicate an idea with art, illustration, color, typography in a way that helps and persuades the decisions made by consumers on a daily basis, in things like magazines, movie posters, music covers, signage, advertisements, brochures, cards etc. You will learn to sketch, create concepts, make layouts, and use color to influence everyday life. And you will do fun things like typography, hand lettering, cartooning, storyboarding, illustration, letterpress, silkscreen, lithography, and, of course, computer graphics. You will also use computer software such as Adobe Illustrator and InDesign. In this class you will produce REAL materials for the school such as posters, flyers, signs, apparel and catalogs, the graduation program, to name a few.

Performing Arts: Music Men's Choir Course

1332

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: 1 Fine Art Fees: $70- for $50 District fee & club fee. Ladies' Choir Course 1333 Open to: 10th -12th Credit: 1 Fine Art Fees: $65- for $50 District fee& club fee Bell Choir Course

1337

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: 1 Elective Prerequisite: Instructor Approval Fees: $70 for Ladies $80 for Men-for $50 District fee, t-shirt, club fee and tie. Cantique (Advanced ladies' Choir) Course

13332

Open to:

11th -12th

Credit: 1

Fine Art

Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $185 - includes District participation fee, dress, hoodie, club fee, and jewelry A' Cappella (Mixed Choir) Course 13350 Open to:

11th -12th

Credit: 1

Fine Art

Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $145 -Ladies: includes District fee*, dress, and jewelry. $82-Men: includes District & club fee and tie

Description: This is a non-audition course, all are welcome to participate. Prior experience with music is not necessary. Students will learn how to sing well, read music, and will learn the rudiments of music. This class will prepare you to become an excellent musician. Five outside of class performances are required. Singing in a men's choir is some of the most fun you will ever have! Fees: includes $50 District participation fee and $ 20 club fee.

Description: This is a non-audition course, all are welcome to participate. Prior experience with music is not necessary. Students will learn how to sing well, read music, and will learn the rudiments of music. Five outside of class performances are required. Great attitudes are welcome! Fees: includes $50 District participation fee and $ 15 club fee.

Description: You will lean the coordination and technique to play English Hand bells. Every student that has ever participated in the class leaves grateful that they did. Knowledge of music (i.e. note values and note names) is preferred, but not required. There are five outside of class performances. Please talk to the teacher in the choir room if you are interested. Approval is necessary (NOT an audition) in order to enter the class.

Description: Audition Course This is an audition course for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade ladies. This class is for students interested in exciting musical study and in singing wonderful women's repertoire. Vocal technique is covered extensively along with music reading skills. This ensemble tours in the spring along with A'Cappella and the Chamber Singers. Outside of class performances are part of the course. If you are looking for an engaging and energetic learning environment, this is the ensemble for you. **District participation fee is only paid once if you are in multiple music classes**

Description: Audition Course This class is for students interested in exciting musical study and in singing wonderful choral music repertoire. Vocal technique is covered extensively along with music reading skills. This ensemble tours in the spring along with Cantique and the Chamber Singers. Outside class performances are part of the course. If you are looking for an engaging and energetic learning environment, this is the ensemble for you. So get ready for an amazing experience! *District participation fee is only paid once if you are in multiple music classes

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Performing Arts Continued Chamber Singers Choir Course 13360 Open to:

12th

Credit: 1 Fine Art Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $160 , includes uniform, cardigan, and costs for clinics

Concert Band Course

1346

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: 1 Fine Art Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $20 for Band shirt and concert food Jazz Band Course

1348

Open to: 10th-12th Credit: 1 Fine Art Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $30 for Band shirt, concert food and festival registration fees Symphonic Band Course

1349

Open to: 10th-12th Credit: 1 Fine Art Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $30- Band shirt, concert food and festival registration fees Marching Band Course

1350

Open to: Credit: 1

10th-12th Fine Art

Description: Audition Course This class is for students interested in exciting musical study and in singing wonderful choral music repertoire. Vocal technique is covered extensively along with music reading skills. This ensemble tours in the spring along with Cantique and the Chamber Singers. Outside class performances are part of the course. If you are looking for an engaging and energetic learning environment, this is the ensemble for you. So get ready for an amazing experience! **District participation fee is only paid once if you are in multiple music classes**

Description: Audition Course This intermediate-level band course encourages increased technical and expressive musical proficiency through performance and the study of music. Marching band may be part of the course requirement during marching season. Rehearsals and performances outside of class time are part of the course requirement and constitute a portion of the grade. If available, an oboe, bass clarinet, bassoon, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, French horn, baritone horn, euphonium, or tuba may be rented at the school for a nominal fee.

Description: Audition Course This course is open to students whose interests are in performing jazz, rock, Latin, and related music literature. The group is designed to provide fundamental knowledge of this music through performance. Rehearsals and performances outside of class time are part of the course requirement and constitute a portion of the grade.

Description: Audition Course This advanced course performs varied, advanced level music. Marching band may be part of the course requirement during marching season. Rehearsals and performances outside of class time are part of the course requirements and constitute a portion of the grade. If available, an oboe, bass clarinet, bassoon, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, French horn, baritone horn, euphonium, or tuba may be rented at the school for a nominal fee.

Description: (Concert/ Symphonic Band or Percussion Ensemble membership may be required.) This course is designed for students who will perform music at field shows, football games, parades, festivals, and competitions. Marching Band creates the spark needed for our school spirit to burn brightly. Go Mustangs!

Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $30 Band shirt and accessories Percussion Ensemble Course 1352 Open to: Credit: 1

10th-12th Fine Art

Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $30 for Band shirt, concert food and festival registration fees Music Composition (Electronic Music) Course

1353

Open to: Credit: 1

10th-12th Fine Art

Description: Audition Course This course is designed for students to perform as a percussion ensemble as well as possibly performing with concert band, marching band, symphonic band, and in pep band activities. Students with drum or mallet percussion experience (i.e., marimba, xylophone, and bells) are encouraged to improve their skills in a large-group setting. Rehearsals and performances outside of class time are part of the course requirement and constitute a portion of the grade.

Description: This is an individualized semester course in the use of technology in music. The class will focus on electronic sequencing (multi-track recording), and computer-assisted music writing. This is a hands-on course in the use of MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface). Students need basic skills in piano, computer, reading, and understanding musical notation and symbols.

Prerequisite: Instructor Approval Orchestra 1 Course

1347

Open to: Credit: 1

10th-12th Fine Art

Prerequisite: 1 yr. of experience Fees: $20 fee is to pay for T-shirts, classroom supplies, and music

Description: This course is designed for any student who plays a string instrument (violin, viola, cello, or bass). The course focuses on developing performance skills and technical proficiency on an instrument through a wide variety of orchestral literature. Students will also learn the rudiments of music theory and further develop their playing technique on their instrument. Students will perform with the entire ensemble and in small groups frequently throughout the year in a variety of performance situations, including formal concerts, recitals, festivals, and competitions. Rehearsals and performances outside of class time are part of the course requirement and constitute a portion of the grade.

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Performing Arts Continued Orchestra 2 Course

1303

Open to:

10th-12th

Credit: 1

Fine Art

Prerequisite: Audition & Interview Fees: $20- T-shirt, supplies and music Orchestra 3 Course

1304

Open to: Credit: 1

10th-12th Fine Art

Description: Audition Course This course is designed for advanced string students. The course focuses on developing performance skills and technical proficiency on an instrument through a wide variety of challenging orchestral literature. Students will perform with the entire ensemble and in small groups frequently throughout the year in a variety of performance situations, including formal concerts, recitals, festivals, and competitions. Rehearsals and performances outside of class time are part of the course requirement and constitute a portion of the grade.

Description: Audition Course This is an audition course designed for advanced string, woodwind, brass, and percussion players who are highly proficient on their instrument and have experience playing in a group setting. The course will focus on developing the skills needed for playing in a large ensemble and performing a wide variety of high quality music. To enroll in this course, students must also be enrolled in another instrumental ensemble.

Prerequisite: Audition & Interview Fees: $20- T-shirt, supplies and music AP Music Theory Course

1329

Open to:

11th-12th

Credit: 1

Fine Art

Prerequisite: Fees: $96 AP Exam fee

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) Year-long This course is designed for music students who would like to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the many different elements of music and how they are created. Students will learn to analyze and compose music, as well as develop and improve their ability to listen to and recognize the elements of music. The course will cover music from all different periods of music history and many different styles. This is an Advanced Placement (AP) course. Students can earn university credit with a successful performance on the AP exam. There is a fee to take the exam which is approximately $96.

Performing Arts: Theatre & Film

Theatre 1 Course

1626

Open to:

10th-12th Fine Art Credit: .5 Prerequisite: Fees: $20.00- Drama Club membership, most activities, supplies, and a T-shirt. Theatre 2 Course

1627

Open to:

10th-12th Fine Art Credit: .5 Prerequisite: Theatre 1 Fees: $20.00- Drama Club membership, most activities, supplies, make up, T-shirt. Theatre 3 Course Open to: Credit: 1

1628 11th-12th Fine Art

Description: In this semester class, students will be introduced to the wonderful world of theatre. They will learn the language of acting on the stage, play with pantomime, and perform scenes and monologues. Whether students have taken theatre before or not, Theatre 1 is an excellent choice for high school.

Description: Students in this performance intensive and fun semester class will be able to expand their knowledge and love of theatre by delving into more varied acting styles including, Classical Acting (Shakespeare), Viewpoints, and Neutral Mask.

Description: Audition Course Students will have the opportunity to look at theatre from a historical perspective beginning with the Ancient Greeks and follow the path of Western Theatre through the eras of Medieval, Renaissance, and Neo- Classical Theatre. We will read and perform from famous works. In addition class members will have the opportunity to compete in the Region and State Theatre competitions.

Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $30.00 -Drama Club membership, most activities, supplies, make up, T-shirt. Theatre 4 Course

1629

Open to:

12th Fine Art

Credit: 1

Description: Audition Course Students in this highest level theatre class will get to explore the production side of theatre as they delve into the art of directing and script writing. Throughout the year they will have the opportunity to direct fellow class members in short scenes to be performed during class and to write their own one act plays. Students will have the opportunity to compete in the yearly Region and State Theatre competitions.

Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $30.00 -Drama Club membership, most activities, supplies, make up, T-shirt.

Film Studies 1 Course

1651

Open to:

10th-12th

Credit: .5

Fine Art

Film Studies 2 Course Open to:

1652

11th-12th Fine Art Credit: .5 Prerequisite: Film Studies 1

Description: Students will watch and write about several films. The goal is to learn to intellectually critique and analyze film as they study some of its most important elements including; screenplay, production design, directing, cinematography, etc. In the end students will have gained more awareness of the art form and the way that it functions as entertainment and edification. Description: Students will have the opportunity to take their knowledge of film even deeper as they take the things they learn and write about film. Students will be given the task of completing short film projects to share with the class. Some of the class projects will be done to highlight specific elements of film (i.e. editing and music), while others will be done to demonstrate different styles of storytelling (i.e. comedy or errors, tragedy, animation, and documentary).

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Performing Arts: Dance Dance 1 Course

7140

Open to:

10th -12th Fine Art/PE

Credit: .5

Description: This is a beginning high school level dance course that builds dance knowledge and skills in technique, improvisation, choreography, artistic impression, performance, culture, and life skills. In this course there are opportunities to perform outside of the class time.

Description:

Dance 2 Course

7141

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: .5

Fine Art/PE

This is an advanced high school level dance course that builds off of the high school level Dance 1. In this course there are opportunities to perform outside of the class time once a semester. This course builds dance knowledge and skills in technique, improvisation, choreography, artistic expression, performance, culture and life skills.

Prerequisite: High school Dance 1 Dance 3 Course

7142

Open to:

10th -12th Fine Art/PE

Credit: 1 Prerequisite: Audition course Dance Company Course

7143

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: 1 Fine Art Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $125-District fee, optional Spirit Pack $250

Social/Ballroom Dance 1 Course

7144

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: .5

Fine Art/PE

Social/Ballroom Dance 2 Course

7145

Open to:

10th -12th

Credit: .5 Fine Art/PE Prerequisite: High School Ballroom Dance 1 Social/Ballroom Dance 3 Course

7150

Open to: 10th -12th Credit: .5 Fine Art/PE Prerequisite: Ballroom Dance 2 Social/ Ballroom Performing 3 7151 Course Open to: Credit: 1

10th -12th Fine Art

Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $20 Participation, $250 for optional spirit pack

Musical Dance Theatre Course Open to: Credit: 1

1632

11th-12th Elective Prerequisite: Audition Course Fees: $30 (pays for props, karaoke tracks, costumes, and sheet music)

Description: Audition course This is an advanced high school level dance course that builds off of high school level Dance 2. This course builds dance knowledge and skills in technique, improvisation, choreography, artistic expression, performance, culture and life skills. This course will mainly focus on performance and choreography while using the elements; energy, space, time, and the language of dance, as an art form. In this course there are opportunities to perform outside of the class time once a semester. Description: Audition Course This is an advanced company level dance course that builds dance knowledge and skills in technique, improvisation, choreography, artistic expression, performance, history, culture and life skills. This course will mainly focus on performance and choreography while using all forms of dance and the elements; energy, space, time, and the language of dance, as an art form. Rehearsals and performances outside of class-time are part of the course requirements and constitute part of the course grade. Dance company gives opportunities to fundraise for tour, year-end banquet, summer camps and extra clothing. *Students may purchase the optional Spirit Pack for $250.00

Description: In this beginner high school level ballroom dance course students will gain a basic understanding of ballroom dance, basic rhythm, and partnering skills. The following dances may be included: Foxtrot, Cha-Cha, Waltz, Swing, Mambo, Western Swing, and Western Line Dance. In this course there are opportunities to perform outside of the class time once a semester.

Description: This intermediate high school level ballroom dance course offers practice in intermediate ballroom dance steps, rhythms, and techniques. The following dances may be included: Tango, Lindy Hop, Rumba, Samba, Paso Double, intermediate ChaCha and Waltz. In this course there are opportunities to perform outside the class time once a semester.

Description: This advanced high school level ballroom dance course offers practice in advanced ballroom dance steps, rhythms, and techniques. The following dances may be included: West Coast Swing, Lindy Hop, advanced levels of the Tango, Waltz, and Cha-Cha. This course also focuses on student choreography and performance. In this course there are opportunities to perform outside of class time once a semester. Description: Performance Ballroom Team This one year advanced ballroom course is for the ballroom team. This course offers advanced instruction on various genres of ballroom dance such as the Charleston, Waltz, Swing, Lindy Hop, Cha-Cha, Samba, Rumba, Tango, Paso Double, Viennese Waltz, Salsa, Mambo, and character dancing. Students will have many opportunities to perform ballroom pieces for assemblies, halftimes, concerts, and in the community. Students are expected to work as team members and manifest a higher level of techniques and artistry in their performance. There is a high expectation of dedication and rigor for all members and a strong focus on self/group analysis, creativity, and what it means to be a responsible partner and performer; as well as the steps necessary in preparing a professional dance performance. Fees: $250 for optional spirit pack that includes clothing for performances and rehearsals. The ballroom team will take a possible trip every other year. This will be an additional fee and additional fundraisers will be provided for this.

Description: Audition Course This one year performing arts elective course focuses on musical theatre productions. Students are expected to sing, dance, and act in this class. Students will build dance knowledge and skills in technique, improvisation, choreography, artistic expression, performance, culture, and life skills. Students will learn how to put their dance, vocal, and acting skills together. Students are expected to work as team members and manifest a higher level of technique and artistry in their performance. There is a high expectation of dedication and rigor for all members and a strong focus on self/group analysis, creativity, and what it means to be a responsible performer; as well as the steps necessary in preparing a professional performance. Students will have many opportunities to perform pieces for assemblies, halftimes, concerts, and in the community.

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World Languages 2 years of the same language are recommended for college admissions 2 years of a high school world language are required for the Regent's Scholarship! Did you know that you can take an advanced world language class in place of your Senior English? Eligible courses: French 3H, 4H, AP. Mandarin Chinese 3H. Spanish 3H, 4H, AP. French 1 Course Open to: Credit: 1

4100 10th - 12th Elective

NCAA

Fees: $10 used for class cultural activities French 2 Course 4101 Open to: 10th - 12th NCAA Credit: 1 Elective Prerequisite: French 1 Fees: $10 used for class cultural activities

Description: COME LEARN AND LOVE FRENCH! French 1 students will learn French language through travel, fairy tales, nursery rhymes, music, culture, stories and games. One of the authors we will study include Charles Perrault, “French author and member of the Académie Française who laid the foundations for a new literary genre, the fairy tale, with his works derived from preexisting folk tales “ (Wikipedia, n.d.): Beauty and the Beast, Tom Thumb, Sleeping Beauty, etc Description: COME ONE COME ALL TO LEARN AND LOVE FRENCH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE! French 2 students will continue to learn and become more proficient in French language through food tasting, cooking, travel, literature, games, poetry music, art and history.

Description: COME LEARN AND LOVE FRENCH! French language is an official language in 29 countries across the world and is projected to Open to: 10th - 12th NCAA be Europe’s most widely spoken mother tongue by 2025. According to the International Organization of Francophonie and Elective or Lang Arts 12 when USA Today (2015), French-speaking populations are growing faster than English and Mandarin-speaking populations. French 3 students finesse their communication, comprehension and writing skills through teaching methodologies that Credit: 1 taken as a senior include food tasting, cooking, travel, literature, games, poetry music, art and history. Prerequisite: French 2 French 3 Honors Course 4103

Fees: $10 class activities & online program Description: Advanced Placement (AP) DID YOU KNOW: France has the world’s fifth biggest economy and is the number three destination for foreign investment.? French language is an official language in 29 countries across the world? More than 200 million people speak French on the Open to: 11th - 12th NCAA five continents? French is also the only language, alongside English, that is taught in every country in the world? In AP Elective or Lang Arts 12 Credit: 1 French class students finesse their communication, comprehension and writing skills through teaching methodologies that when taken as a senior include food tasting, cooking, travel, literature, games, poetry music, art and history. We also prepare to pass AP French Prerequisite: French 3 H exam, if that is something that students choose to take. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP Fees: $10 class activities & online program exam. The fee to take the exam is approximately $96. French Language AP Course 4104

American Sign Language 1 Course

4170

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

Elective

NCAA

Description: Did you ever want to talk under water? This course has been designed to give students an introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) and the Deaf community. Students will learn basic sentence structures and common vocabulary. Students will learn appropriate cultural behaviors as well as study important people and events in deaf history and their impact on society. This course will be conducted predominantly in ASL, a deaf-friendly voice-off environment.

Fees: $5 Classroom consumables American Sign Language 2 Course

4171

Open to: 11th - 12th Credit: 1 Elective NCAA Prerequisite: C+ or Better in ASL 1

Description: Do you want to know how to talk with your mouthful without being rude? Students will build on what they learned in ASL 1. The focus shifts toward improving expressive skills and refining receptive skills. Students are expected to use appropriate cultural behaviors. Students will continue to learn about important people and events in deaf history and their impact on society. This course will be conducted predominantly in ASL, a deaf-friendly voice-off environment.

Fees: $5 Classroom consumables Spanish 1 Course

4180

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1 Elective NCAA Fees: $5 used for class cultural activities Spanish 2 Course

4181

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

Elective

NCAA

Description: You will learn to speak, read, write and understand survival Spanish. Students will learn to communicate in situations most applicable to their lives, including school, at home with family and friends, and around the community. Students will develop an appreciation for the arts and culture of countries where the language is spoken. Class fees are used to pay for cultural activities and authentic foods.

Description: This course is designed to build on the skills that students learned in Spanish 1. Students will expand their ability to communicate in common situations in both the present and past tenses. Students will also expand their knowledge of different cultures and gain a greater appreciation of the differences and similarities between their own culture and the Spanish-speaking world. Class fees are used to pay for cultural activities and authentic foods.

Prerequisite: Spanish 1 Fees: $5 used for class cultural activities

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World Languages Continued Spanish 3 H Course

4183

Open to:

10th - 12th NCAA Elective or Lang Arts 12 when taken as a senior Prerequisite: Spanish 2 Credit: 1

Description: Haven't you always wanted to eavesdrop on all the Spanish conversations you hear? This class will help you do that. You will also gain the confidence to strike up a conversation with a native speaker. This year we will focus on authentic communication with real live people as well as increase students’ proficiency of listening, reading and writing skills. The class is taught primarily in the target language. Students will improve their conversational and presentational skills, and develop an appreciation for the culture of the countries where Spanish is spoken. Class fees are used to pay for cultural activities and authentic foods.

Fees: $5 used for class cultural activities Description: Folks, this is where it all comes together. You will finally get all the jokes that went over your head before. We will focus on authentic communication using topics relevant to students such as family roles, chores, beliefs, relationships, future plans, Open to: 10th - 12th NCAA and how technology changes our lives by building on what was learned in Spanish 3H. We use a variety of texts from Elective or Lang Arts 12 literature, the internet, authentic videos, and guided practice. Students who speak Spanish in the home (heritage speakers) Credit: 1 when taken as a senior should start their course of Spanish study in this class. Class fees are used for class cultural activities and authentic food Prerequisite: Spanish 3 or Native speaker days Fees: $5 class cultural activities Spanish 4 H Course

4186

Spanish Language AP Course 4184 Open to: 11th - 12th NCAA Elective or Lang Arts 12 Credit: 1 when taken as a senior Prerequisite: Spanish 3H or Spanish 4H Fees: $10 class activities & online program Chinese 1 Course

4191

Open to:

10th - 12th

NCAA

Credit: 1 Elective Fees: $5 used for class cultural activities Chinese 2 & 3 Course 4192 Open to: 10th - 12th NCAA Credit: 1 Elective Prerequisite: Chinese 1 Fees: $5 used for class cultural activities

Description: Advanced Placement (AP) This course will greatly improve student fluency in speaking, reading, writing and understanding the language. The class will be taught in Spanish with a focus on effective and accurate communication. This college-level course will include grammar reviews, literature and other authentic reading materials, and an online authentic language program to improve proficiency and gain a greater appreciation for the Latino and Spanish cultures. Students may also receive college credit by taking and passing the AP exam . There is a fee to take the exam which is approximately $96. $10 Class fees are used for class cultural activities and student online video program subscription.

Description: Come learn how to introduce yourself and make friends in a Chinese community. We will learn all the basics you need to survive. Students will learn basic Chinese grammar and vocabulary to communicate about themselves, their family, friends, and school. Students learn listening and conversational skills as well as how to read Pinyin, and to read and write basic Chinese characters. Students will also develop an appreciation for the culture of the countries where Chinese is spoken. Class fees are used to pay for cultural activities and authentic foods.

Description: This class builds on the skills learned in Mandarin 1. Students learn to write sentences using Chinese characters. In addition, students learn to communicate in the target language, listen, read, and write at a novice level. The goal is to communicate in everyday situations about home and school, ordering food, shopping and describing their likes and feelings. Students will also develop an appreciation for the culture of the countries where Chinese is spoken. Class fees are used to pay for cultural activities and authentic foods.

Career Technology Education (CTE) Students must complete the following Graduation Requirements:

Computer Computer Technology

Financial Financial Literacy

CTE1 Credit of CTE

All courses in this section will satisfy CTE graduation requirements. CTE classes are a great way to explore career interests and potential!

Computer Technology 1 Course

8311

Open to: Credit: .5

10th - 12th Computer Tech Graduation Requirement

Fees: $5 Financial Literacy Course

22001

Open to:

11th - 12th Financial Literacy

Credit: .5

Graduation Requirement

Description: The most useful course you have to take! We say, “If you have to take it, we might as well make it Awesome!” Students get the opportunity to earn actual, industry certifications in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Yes, it’s hard, but you will be amazed what you can accomplish in one semester! Topics taught along the way include smart and safe computing, using the internet as a power tool for school, and where computers are going in the future.

Description: The best class you have to take. Your parents are really excited for you to take this class so you don’t mismanage your money and move back into their basement. We’ll talk about your plans for the future, tracking your money through a budget, and protecting your assets. Other highlights include the high stakes stock market simulation, cut throat monopoly, and the best PowerPoint on credit cards you’ve ever seen!

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Finance 1050 Course Open to:

9803 11th - 12th Satisfies Financial Graduation Credit: .5 Literacy Requirement Fees: Cost of college text book, plus $40 SLCC registration and $5/per credit

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC This course fulfills your Financial Literacy requirement plus gives you some college credit too. You’ll learn about the money mistakes adults too often make and are ashamed to tell you about. Our goal is to get you headed in the right direction so you don’t end up living in a van down by the river...unless your goal is to live in a van down by the river then we’ll teach you how to get approved for a loan to purchase the van, ensure the van properly, and plan your estate so your cats can enjoy the van someday. Students receive a high school grade and credit, plus the same grade recorded on their college transcript and credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit).

CTE CTE Pathways: Business & Marketing All courses in this section will satisfy CTE graduation requirements. CTE classes are a great way to explore career interests and potential! Description: Ferris Bueller and every other high school student are still figuring out the more important questions of life, like: When will my parents buy me a car? How can I get a date? What's that weird smell coming from the 1300 hallway? Take Economics and become the next great philosopher like Socrates, Frank Lloyd Wright, Bono, or Aeropostale and learn how the world works.

Economics Course

6153

Open to:

11th - 12th CTE or math elective

Credit: 1

Finance & Accounting

Accounting 1 Course

8300

Open to:

10th - 12th CTE or math elective

Credit: .5

Accounting 2 Course

8301

Open to:

11th - 12th CTE or math elective

Credit: .5

Finance & Accounting

Description: There are three types of people in this world: those who can count and those cannot. Can you add and subtract? Does starting off at $60,000 a year sound like a good plan? This might be the most financially lucrative math/business class that you will ever take. And by the way, this could be your CTE, Elective, or an elective Math Credit. This course will introduce you to the business world of accounting and finance.

Description: In Accounting 1 you learned how to crawl, eat, breathe, and talk Accounting. Now it’s time to take those skills to the next level and actually do accounting “stuff”. Sadly this Italian will not be teaching you how to cook the books, but you could probably just google how to do that. Many students who finish Accounting 2 go on to work as bookkeepers and get paid $14 Finance & $16/ hour while sitting in a comfy office while their buddies are flipping burgers down the road for half the amount. Accounting #math=money! Prerequisites: Accounting 1 (You didn’t really think this class was that easy to get into?)

Prerequisite: Accounting 1 Description: Aint it irritating when ppl don't know how to right and u can barely tell what their trying to say? In Business Communication I, we talk about how to speak and write so people know what the heck you’re trying to say. You’ll sound like a real professional by the time we’re done with you! Taking this class not only advances your skills but you can also get either CTE credit or if taken your senior year, it will count as .5 (half) of the 12th grade English credit. Sweet huh?!

Business Communications 1 Course

8305

Open to:

11th - 12th CTE or Senior Lang Arts

Credit: .5

Business

Business Communications 2 Course

8319

Open to:

11th - 12th CTE or Senior Business Lang Arts Prerequisite: Bus Comm 1 or Marketing 2 Credit: .5

Travel & Hospitality Course

8361

Open to: Credit: .5

10th - 12th CTE

Hospitality Business

8354

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

CTE

Description: Can you see yourself as an event coordinator for the Downtown Marriott? Maybe the rental shop manager for Brighton Ski Resort. How about a travel agent for Getaway Today? This course will help prepare you for some of the most fun and exciting careers out there. You’ll learn about airlines, international travel, hotels, tours, cruise ships, and restaurants. Every day in class will feel like a vacation! Description: School Store Drinks, Snacks, and non-cafeteria-lunch lady food - Can you smell the cookies baking through all the laughter? Running the Mustang Market will put you ahead of Mr. Merrell who is still working at Chick-fil-A. Do you dream about owning your own business, making your own hours, and telling other people what to do? These classes will combine the best of Business Management, Marketing, and Accounting into the first job you didn’t get paid for.

Retailing

Course

Description: Megamind teaches us that the difference between a villain and a super villain is…. PRESENTATION! The way you deliver your information can determine whether the outcome is a success or failure. In Business Communication 2 we raise the bar to take your presentation and delivery skills to the next level. Yes, there will be a big presentation. Yes, you will complete a big portfolio. But we also use Skype and play telephone a lot. Leaving Herriman High with a stellar resume will help you get that job over all the other kids with a higher GPA than you.

Business

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Business and Marketing Continued Description: School Store Are you sick of listening to other people and their horrible ideas? Do you want to analyze why your boss at Little Caesar's is a terrible leader? Business Management teaches you how to be business leader. Not only will you learn the ways of leaders like Henry Ford and Steve Jobs, you'll also refine these skills as you boss people around the Mustang Market School Store.

Business Management

Course

8326

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

CTE

Business

Computer Programming Course

81211

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5 CTE Business Prerequisite: Sec Math 1, Computer Tech, Keyboarding Proficiency Web Page Design Course

8322

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Business Typing skills are helpful

Prerequisite:

Marketing 1 Course

8350

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Marketing 2 Course

8351

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Description: An introductory course in computer programming/software engineering and applications. The course introduces students to the fundamentals of computer programming. Students will learn to design, code, and test their own programs while applying mathematical concepts. This course is taught in the JAVA programming language. The course requires that students be able to read and learn technical language and work independently, and productively in order to be successful in this course.

Description: Wanna know how to take and make a sloth picture appear on your web browser? We’ll show you how! After taking a peek at the backstage view of the internet, students learn HTML code, Adobe Dreamweaver and Photoshop, and dabble in basic CSS. But, this class isn’t just about coding ugly pages, a great deal of time is spent learning design principles (ingredients to making stuff look good). Web Design Students are working to free the world of plain, boring web sites.

Description: Students want to be in a class that's the happiest place on Earth. We say, have it your way! Marketing! It is everywhere you want to be. It's finger lickin' good and melts in your mouth, not in your hands. 9 out of 10 students agree that it's so easy, a caveman can do it. We'll spend time watching Superbowl commercials, playing the Price is Right, designing new products, and learning how to sell stuff. If you want to make the DECA team, Just do it! Sophomores are welcome to come and open Marketing happines-so are juniors and seniors. Description: The Famous DECA & FBLA This is the world famous DECA & FBLA class that is the envy of Silverwolves, Grizzlies, Jaguars, and Miners! You’ll be taking all the impressive skills you’ve learned from your Herriman Business classes and demonstrating them in a huge DECA & FBLA project. You’ll be working with businesses, researching marketing issues, and writing a very long paper. It’s going to be a lot of work and you will cry at some point but it just might be worth it in the end. This class is designed for seniors and Marketing juniors who have already taken (or are currently scheduling) several Herriman Business classes. #allwedoiswin

Prerequisite: Business class or approval Sports Entertainment Marketing Course

8365

Open to: Credit: .5

CTE

10th - 12th Marketing

Description: Sports. Marketing. Twitter. Kammerman.

ESPN, College Game Day or Bracketology

Prerequisite:

Digital Marketing Course

8370

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE Marketing

Description: Does your mom have more Twitter followers than you? Are your Vines boring? Does no one ever like your Facebook posts? Does your vice principal keep telling you to put your phone away? We can help. Learn digital marketing strategies real businesses are using to build brands and drive sales. You’ll experience the marketer’s perspective of Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube, Instagram, blogs, and more. This might be the first step towards a career with Adobe, Orange Soda, Method, or Plaid Social Labs.

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC When Nike was just starting out in 1971 they asked Carolyn Davidson, a college student, to design a logo for the company. Carolyn came up with the iconic Swoosh, which is featured on 120 million shoes each year and is one of the most recognized Open to: 11th - 12th logos in the world. What did Carolyn receive? A check for $35. In addition to learning random stories like this students will Credit: .5 explore real life case studies, create promotional campaigns, and watch hours of some pretty awesome commercials. The CTE Marketing best part will be finding out what cool examples Kammerman found on Twitter last night. Students receive a high school Fees: Cost of college text book, plus $40 grade and credit, plus the same grade recorded on their college transcript and 3 credits from SLCC. Students must register SLCC registration and $5/per credit ($15) at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit). Marketing 1030 Course 9825

Description: What do a Monster Truck Rally Commercial, a Hitalia T-Shirt Design, and a 3 Minute Personal Documentary on all the boys you have broken up with have in common? They are projects you’ll create while learning Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Open to: 10th - 12th Audition, Premiere, and Flash! Industry Awesome Products from Adobe are the core tools used throughout the year. “This is Credit: .5 CTE Digital Media so cool! I made my own _______!” Just fill in the blank with practically anything. Digital Media 1A focuses on Print & Screen Prerequisite: Enjoy laughing at yourself Media and using Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Audition. Digital Media 1B is all about Making Funny Cat Videos, & Mr. Cox Posting said Cat Videos, and forcing your fellow classmates to endure watching your Cat Videos (no actual cats are needed to make Digital Media 1 Course

8124

a cat video).

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Business and Marketing Continued Digital Media 2 Course

8125

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

CTE

Digital Media

Description: MTV 3 Help create a weekly broadcast of school highlights, sports casting, funny commercials, and randomly censored videos. Team - team - team: Enjoy working alone? I guess I can use you to edit videos, but every video creation is part of a team project. Dream it - Sketch it - Film it - Edit it - laugh. In that order, please.

Prerequisite: Digital Media 1 or Approval Description: Application Required for Advisor Approval “The fire was coming so fast I barely had time to get into my house and grab my yearbooks,” - (actual quote from a mom in California after her home burned to the ground in a wildfire.) Put all your schooling to use in one giant project - enjoy writing? photography? marketing? editing? designing? teamwork? or the power to cautiously interrupt classes during 2nd period? Yearbook is not just a class for all the cool kids anymore! There’s room for nerds who love Typography and want to show off their Photoshop Skills.

Yearbook Course

86040

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 1 CTE Prerequisite: Spell Correctly and be able to meet deadlines Application Required!

CTE Health Science All courses in this section will satisfy CTE graduation requirements.

CTE classes are a great way to explore career interests and potential! Intro to Health Science & Technology Course

7101

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

.5 Health .5 CTE

Satisfies Health Grad Rec

Description: This course is a great intro class to other health science and medical classes, including JATC. Videos and lectures are used to achieve competency covering more than 350 medical word roots, suffixes and prefixes. Emphasis is placed on pronunciation, spelling and proper usage of medical terminology. Participation in the HOSA youth organization is encouraged.

Medical Terminology Course

9122

Open to: Credit: .5

10th - 12th CTE

Exercise Science & Sports Medicine Course

7206

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 1

CTE

Medical Anatomy and Physiology Course

9120

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 1

Description: Health Science is a class that acquaints students with a wide variety of careers in the health fields. Students learn basic anatomy, medical terminology, C.P.R., first aid, vital signs, ethics, job skills, etc. Health Science is not required but is recommended as a preparatory class for all medical related classes at the Jordan Technical Center. This full year class fulfills the required health credit for graduation from Jordan School District. Participation in your local HOSA or SkillsUSA chapter is strongly recommended.

3rd Science, or CTE

NCAA

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the area of physical therapy and athletic training. Students will also learn components of sports medicine including human anatomy and physiology, injury prevention, first-aid practices, injury evaluations, healing processes, therapeutic modalities, sports nutrition, performance skills and career options. Participation in the HOSA youth leadership organization may be an integral part of this course. Description: This full-year course provides students with an in-depth study of health care careers including clinical experience in a variety of health care settings. Instruction includes intermediate anatomy and physiology, medical terminology and abbreviations, diseases and disorders, medical ethics, and first aid. The class is designed to prepare students for a variety of health technology programs. Participation in the HOSA youth leadership organization may be an integral part of this course.

CTE Agriculture, Skills & Technical, Technology & Engineering All courses in this section will satisfy CTE graduation requirements. CTE classes are a great way to explore career interests and potential!

CTE Pathways: Engineering & Architecture Description: What is engineering, what do engineers do and why do they make the big bucks. This is the first in a sequence of hands on STEM courses about the principles of engineering and technology. Learn about engineering utilizing problem-solving skills Open to: 10th - 12th Design and making projects in a laboratory environment. Vinyl cutter, laser engraving, flight, electronics, drones, video, 3D CTE Credit: .5 Technology printing, animatronics, video game design, music creation and editing, alternative energy, robotics, and more. Fees: $10- Vinyl for stickers, wood for laser cutting/engraving and other supplies Engineering Principles 1 Course

8104

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CTE Pathways: Engineering & Architecture Description: What is engineering, what do engineers do and why do they make the big bucks. This is the second in a sequence of hands on STEM courses about the principles of engineering and technology. Get more hands on with independent, student directed Open to: 10th - 12th Design projects. Vinyl cutter, laser engraving, flight, electronics, drones, video, 3D printing, animatronics, video game design, music Credit: .5 CTE Technology creation and editing, alternative energy, robotics, and more. Prerequisite: Engineering Principles 1 Engineering Principles 2 Course

8111

Fees: $10 Vinyl, wood, electronic supplies

Description: Do you want to be an evil mastermind and design, build and control your own robot minions? Would you like to build yourself a robot friend? Start on your path to controlling the world and being as rich as Bill Gates with this STEM and Pre Open to: 10th - 12th STEM Class Engineering course. Compete against others to prove your robots supremacy in the arena. Participation in TSA youth Credit: .5 CTE organization and robotics competitions are an optional part of this course. Fees:$10 electrical parts and projects. Automation and Robotics 1 Course

8117

Automation and Robotics 2 Course

8119

Open to:

10th - 12th

Description: This STEM and Pre Engineering class goes beyond basic robotics with this continuation of robotics 1A. Don’t be ruled by a robot overlord someday. Be the overlord. Learn how to rule the robotics world and be a robot master. Participation in TSA STEM Class youth organization and robotics competitions are an optional part of this course.

Credit: .5 CTE Prerequisite: Auto & Robotics 1-A Fees:$10 electrical parts and projects. Description: Engineering and Architecture The first in a sequence of courses that prepare individuals for careers in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. This course includes instruction in 2D or 3D Computer-aided Design (CAD) software to draw a small residential home with an emphasis on blueprint reading. Open to: 10th - 12th Architecture Credit: 1 CTE Engineering Fees: $10 3D printing material and toner SLCC $40 registration & $5 per Credit CAD Architectural Design 1 Course

84031

CAD Architectural Design 2 Course

84010

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

CTE

Description: Engineering and Architecture * Optional Concurrent Enrollment The second in a sequence of courses that prepare individuals for careers in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. This course includes instruction in 2D or 3D Computer-aided Design (CAD) software to design and model a Architecture small residential h home with an emphasis on residential methods and materials of construction, codes, and Building Engineering Information Modeling (BIM)

Prerequisite: CAD Architectural Design 1 Fees: $10 3D printing material and toner SLCC $40 registration & $5 per Credit Description: Engineering and Design The first in a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to develop technical knowledge and skills required to plan and Course 84000 prepare scale pictorial interpretations and technical documentation of engineering and design concepts. This includes Open to: 10th - 12th instruction in the use of 2D Computer-aided Design (CAD) software, sketching, drawing layout, geometric construction, Design Credit: .5 CTE Engineering orthographic projection and dimensioning. Fees: $10- 3D printing material and toner. CAD Mechanical Design 1

CAD Mechanical Design 2 Course

8402

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Design Engineering

Description: Engineering and Design * Optional Concurrent Enrollment The second in a sequence of courses that prepares individuals with an emphasis in developing technical knowledge and skills to develop 3D models in support of mechanical and industrial engineers, and related professionals. This includes instruction in the use of 3D Computer-aided Design (CAD) software, model creation, and technical communication.

Prerequisite: CAD Mechanical Design 1 Fees: $10 3D printing material and toner SLCC $40 registration & $5 per Credit

CTE Pathway: Automotive Technology Description: Auto I is a beginning automotive class designed around owner maintenance, and service. In this class students will explore the automotive industry and learn how to service vehicles using the proper tools and equipment. Skills learned include Open to: 10th - 12th Automotive working safely in a shop environment, changing oil, servicing cooling systems, mounting and balancing tires, and using Credit: .5 CTE Technician vehicle lifting equipment . There is a $5.00 shop fee used to buy floor and hand soap, as well as consumable items used in class demonstrations. Skills learned in this class can be directly applied to the automotive industry. Fees: $5 for consumable materials Introduction to Automotive (Auto 1) Course

8251

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CTE Pathway: Automotive Technology Description: Auto 2 is a full year advanced automotive repair class. This course is designed for students who want to explore further into the automotive industry. We will explore electricity, charging systems, batteries, starters, alternators and system diagnosis. Automotive Students will become familiar with the vehicle emission control systems and use industry tools and scanners to access the Technician computer system on various cars. Students will preform tune ups, and emission test to determine necessary repair Prerequisite: Auto 1 procedures. This class has a $10.00 lab fee to cover shop sprays, grease, and oil used to re-assemble engines, service shop Fees: $10 for consumable materials equipment and tools. ASE Chassis MLR (Auto 2) Course Open to: Credit: 1

8252 11th - 12th CTE

Description: Two Periods Auto 3 is a full year, two period class that is geared towards those students who plan to enter the automotive industry, or those who whish to pursue auto repair as a hobby. This class is divided into 4 sections; brakes, steering and suspension, Open to: 12th Automotive electrical and electronics, and engine performance. Students will be given hands on experience on a wide variety of vehicles, Credit: 2 CTE Technician and repair situations. Students will be given labs and work independently to repair vehicles. There is a $10.00 shop fee to replace consumable tools, equipment, hand soap, sprays , glues and other necessary items used in the shop. Prerequisite: Auto 1 & Auto 2 ASE Brakes (Auto 3) Course

8254

Fees: $10 for consumable materials

CTE Pathway: Woodworking Technology Description: Option for Concurrent Enrollment SLCC: CMGT 1200 Woodworking is a one semester course designed to introduce students to general woodworking practices. Students will develop their knowledge, craftsmanship, sound work habits, and experience through furniture projects, lessons and Open to: 10th - 12th demonstrations, and safe practices. Projects (Night stands or blanket chests) are designed to give students as much Woodworking Credit: .5 CTE experience as possible by using many different machines and tools. This is an excellent foundation course for woodworking Fees: $15 for consumable materials, and/or construction. Class Fee covers supplies such as dowels, biscuits, hardware, adhesives, abrasives, and finishing plus cost of project lumber and materials. (lacquer). Project costs vary with lumber chosen, starting at $35. Membership in SkillsUSA is strongly encouraged. Students $ 40 SLCC registration and $10 for 2 credits may earn 2 college credits from SLCC for this class. Students receive a high school grade and credit, plus the same grade is recorded on their college transcript and credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit or $10). Woodworking Course 8902

Description: Option for Concurrent Enrollment SLCC: CMGT 1220 These advanced students design furniture of their own choice, such as dressers, armoires, beds, tables TV stands. Requirements are a 3-view orthographic, cutting lists, estimating sheets, and plan of procedures. These second or third year Open to: 10th - 12th students learn a variety of advanced joinery and construction techniques. We have a Woodworking Showcase at the end of Credit: 1 CTE Woodworking the year to display. Class Fee $15.00 Covers supplies such as dowels, biscuits, hardware, adhesives, abrasives, and finishing Prerequisite: C or better in Woodworking (lacquer). Project costs vary with project and lumber chosen. Membership in SkillsUSA is strongly encouraged. Students may earn 4 college credits from SLCC for this class. Students receive a high school grade and credit, plus the same grade Fees: $15 for consumable materials, recorded on their college transcript and credits from SLCC. and cost of project lumber/ materials. $ 40 SLCC registration and $15-3 credits Furniture Design and Manufacturing 1 Course

8903

Description: Option for Concurrent Enrollment SLCC: CMGT 1220 An advanced course in a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to prepare Course 8904 and execute furniture design projects; assemble and finish furniture; repair furniture; and stresses the safe use a variety of Open to: 10th - 12th hand and power tools and machinery. Participation in the SkillsUSA youth leadership organization may be an integral part Credit: 1 CTE Woodworking of this course. Class Fee $15.00 Covers supplies such as dowels, biscuits, hardware, adhesives, abrasives, and finishing Prerequisite: Furniture 1 (lacquer). Project costs vary with project and lumber chosen. Membership in SkillsUSA is strongly encouraged. Students may Fees: $15 for consumable materials, earn 4 college credits from SLCC for this class. Students receive a high school grade and credit, plus the same grade and cost of project lumber/ materials. recorded on their college transcript and credits from SLCC. $ 40 SLCC registration and 5$/per credit Furniture Design and Manufacturing 2

Description: Option for Concurrent Enrollment SLCC: CMGT 1220 Prepares students to engage in the mass production of kitchen, bathroom, and various cabinets. Includes instruction in cutting, shaping, assembly, hardware installation, and layout planning. Students usually build projects for customers, but Credit: 1 CTE Woodworking there is time that they can build furniture or cabinetry for personal use. Class Fee: Required only if a student is building cabinetry or furniture for personal use $15.00 Covers supplies such as dowels, biscuits, hardware, adhesives, abrasives, and Prerequisite: Instructor approval finishing (lacquer). Membership in SkillsUSA is strongly encouraged. Students may earn 4 college credits from SLCC for this Fees: $15 for consumable materials, class. Students receive a high school grade and credit, plus the same grade recorded on their college transcript and credits and cost of project lumber/ materials. from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class ($5 per credit- $20). $ 40 SLCC registration and 5$/per credit Cabinetmaking and Millwork Course 8910 Open to: 11th - 12th

CTE Pathway: Agriculture & Animal Science Description: In Floriculture and Greenhouse students will learn everything from how to make floral arrangements, to the workings of commercial greenhouses. Topics covered include floral design, plant science basics, greenhouse structures and growing environments. In this class we regularly work with flowers, such as making corsages and boutonnieres for school dances, as Credit: 1 CTE Plant Systems well as work in the schools greenhouse. The class fee covers the cost of live flowers, growing materials, and other supplies we Fees: $20 for flowers, greenhouse goods use in class. FFA is an integrated part of this course and FFA membership is strongly encouraged. Floriculture and Greenhouse Management

Course Open to:

8206 10th - 12th

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CTE Pathway: Agriculture & Animal Science Biology-Agricultural Science Course

8207

Open to:

10th - 12th Plant or CTE or Animal Credit: 1 Core Science Systems Fees: $15 for consumable materials Equine Science (Horse Science) Course

8213

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Animal Systems

Animal Science 1 Course

8201

Open to:

10th -12th

3rd Science, Animal or CTE Systems Fees: $15 for consumable materials Credit: 1

Animal Science 2 Course

8203

Open to:

11th-12th

Credit: 1

3rd Science, or CTE

Animal Systems

Description: Biology Agriculture is Biology with a strong Agriculture emphasis. We cover cells, ecology, DNA, genetics, evolution, and plant and animal body systems, all with an agricultural viewpoint. This is a hands on class, and students will participate in laboratory experiments and activities often. The class fee covers consumable laboratory materials. FFA is an integrated part of this course and FFA membership is strongly encouraged.

Description: Equine science is a half year course all about horses! Students will learn basic horse terms, tack and riding equipment, breeds, gaits, and many other aspects of the modern horse industry. This class is perfect for those who already have a background in horses, or those students who have no knowledge of horses but would like to learn more. FFA is an integrated part of this course and FFA membership is strongly encouraged.

Description: In Animal Science I we cover the basic science of animals including animal body systems, genetics, and animal production. While this class focuses more on livestock animals, the principles learned apply to all animals, including pets. This is a hands on class which includes exposure to multiple animals throughout the year. We also conduct several dissections. This class is a perfect gateway for those students who want to have a career working with animals in the future. FFA is an integrated part of this class and FFA membership is strongly encouraged.

Description: Animal Science 2 covers the next level of animal science. We study animal anatomy, behavior, health, and veterinary procedures. This class focuses on dogs, cats, horses, poultry, and exotic animals. This is a hands on class which includes exposure to multiple animals throughout the year. We also conduct several dissections. This class is part of a pathway that prepares students for a career in the animal industry. FFA is an integrated part of this class and FFA membership is strongly encouraged.

Prerequisite: Animal Science 1 Fees: $15 for consumable materials Description: Plant and Soil science introduces students to the world of horticulture and botany. This is a full year course that counts as a science, CTE, or elective class. Topics covered include plant structure, growing systems, soils science, and basic principles of Open to: 10th-12th botany. This is a hands on class and students will be working in the school greenhouse and the science laboratory often. This 3rd Science, class is a part of a pathway that prepares students for multiple careers in plant science and agriculture. FFA is an integrated or CTE Plant Systems part of this class and FFA membership is strongly encouraged. Credit: 1 Fees: $15 for consumable materials Plant and Soil Science & Technology 1 Course

8210

CTE Pathway: Photography and Graphic Design Basic Film Photography Course

8606

Open to:

10th - 12th Fine Arts or CTE

Credit: .5

Fees: $20, Film & Supplies $30

Description: Photography 1 This course is an introduction to photographic imaging including history, evolution of the camera, alternative photography, capturing images on black and white film, converting images to digital, and making black and white prints in a photographic darkroom. Course includes instruction and training in camera skills, exposure, composition, portraiture equipment operation, film processing, dark room procedures, scanning, digitizing, editing, toning and colorizing black and Art & Design white photographs, printing and mounting photos. Classwork includes hands-on work, as well as an introduction to Adobe Light Room and Photoshop. Geared for the commercial photography workplace.

Description: Photography 2 This course is an introduction to digital photographic imaging including the evolution of the digital image, capturing Course 8607 images with a digital camera, basic editing techniques and how to output images in various formats. Course includes Open to: 10th - 12th instruction and training in digital imaging, image types, pixels and resolution, composition, exposure, camera techniques, Fine Arts equipment operation, image processing, editing, manipulating and techniques such as scanning, digitizing, editing, layout, Credit: .5 or CTE Art & Design outputting various image formats, printing and mounting photos. Classwork includes hands-on practice and skill building, as well as an introduction to Adobe Light Room and Photoshop. Geared to prepare individuals for the workplace in Prerequisite: Photography 1/Basic Film photography with a commercial perspective. Fees: $20, Film & Supplies $20 Basic Digital Photography

Description: An advanced course in digital imaging combining artistic techniques with a commercial perspective to effectively communicate ideas to business and consumer audiences via the use of advanced digital and/or film photography. Course Open to: 11th, 12th includes instruction and training in career opportunities, workflow, specialized camera equipment and accessories, Fine Arts software operation, copyright, ethics, and legal issues that apply to commercial photography business operations. Credit: 1 or CTE Art & Design Classwork includes hands-on practice and skill building, as well as advanced techniques in Adobe Light Room and Photoshop Prerequisite: Photography 2 or approval on a professional level. Geared to prepare individuals for the workplace and effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences via the use of photography. Fees: $30, Film & Supplies $20 Adv. Commercial Photo Course

8609

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CTE Pathway: Photography and Graphic Design Description: Graphic Design 1 An introduction to Commercial Art including the history of visual communication, evolution of type, and how to create and use art, type and color to effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences. Course includes instruction and training in basic sketching skills, character design, logo design, color theory, illustration, hand lettering, typography, advertising and layout, by learning how to solve design challenges. Classwork includes computer Art & Design graphics with an introduction to Adobe Illustrator and InDesign.

Design & Visual Communication Course

8650

Open to:

10th, 12th Fine Arts or CTE

Credit: .5

Fees: $20, Film & Supplies $20 Description: Graphic Design 2 An advanced course in Commercial Art including careers, design workflow and how to effectively and creatively communicate an idea for a business or consumer client with hand or computer generated graphic design, illustration and Open to: 11th, 12th graphic art. Course includes instruction and training in thumbnail sketching, concept design, layout, color theory and Fine Arts techniques such as typography, hand lettering, cartooning, storyboarding, illustration, painting, letterpress, printmaking, Credit: 1 or CTE Art & Design silkscreen, lithography, offset and computer graphics. Classwork includes hands-on as well as computer graphics with Prerequisite: Des & Vis Comm or approval advanced work in Adobe Illustrator and InDesign. Geared to prepare individuals for the workplace in applied art media and digital or printed media. Fees: $20, Film & Supplies $30 Commercial & Advertising Art

Course

8651

CTE Family and Consumer Science All courses in this section will fulfil CTE graduation requirements.

CTE Pathway: Early Childhood Education Child Development Course

8700

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Early Childhood Education

Fees: $5.00- art supplies & healthy snacks Baby maintenance Early Childhood Education 1a Course 8701 Open to: 10th - 12th Credit: .5

CTE

Early Childhood Education

Prerequisite: Child Development Fees: $10- Copies, lamination, activities, Curriculum Box Supplies Early Childhood Education 1b/2 Course Open to: Credit: 2

8702 10th - 12th CTE

Early Childhood Education

Prerequisite: Early Child Ed 1a &Child Dev Fees: $10 CPR/First Aid certification*, $20 Food Handler's permit*

Early Childhood Education 2 Course

8704

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 1

CTE

Prerequisite:

Early Childhood Education Early Child Ed 1a & Child Development

Description: Do you enjoy babies and little kids? Maybe you want to work with them, teach in a preschool, or even just plan on having one of your own someday? Possibly you just enjoy getting to act like a little kid once in a while...well this is the place! Go back to childhood as we do art activities, read storybooks, and learn about what makes young children so cute and yet sometimes drive us crazy at the same time. We’ll discuss the development of pregnancy, labor & birth, infancy, toddlerhood, and the preschool years. You’ll get some great advice on how to parent with positive discipline rather than punishing your child. Reality Works electronic babies are available to go home for the weekend as practice for having your own child someday. Trust me, it’s fun!!!

Description: Pre-school curriculum Are you interested in teaching and interacting with 3-5 year old children? Then this fun, hands-on class is for you! Come play tag, read storybooks, sing, dance and learn how to teach our Mini Mustangs! This class prepares students to be full-time teachers in our Preschool Lab which runs 2 class periods every other day. Want a promising future? Want to be the #1 draft pick out of all the babysitters in the neighborhood? This class fulfills some of the Child Development Associate (CDA) requirements, which can earn you extra mu-lah AND a guaranteed job right out of high school if completed.

Description: Mini Mustangs Pre-school Year-long class for 2 class periods Question: Who is George Washington’s wife? Answer: Mrs. America Question: What is heaven like? Answer: Golden diamonds! Kids say the darndest things! Come play, teach and learn in the Mini Mustang Preschool where 4-year olds come into school twice a week from the community. Guide field trips around the school, make snacks, paint, play outside on the jungle gym, answer questions like, “aren’t dinosaurs microwavable?” and much, much more! Students learn how to teach preschoolers and have the opportunity to work on their Child Development Associate (CDA) requirements. If you love kids, you will love preschool! *If student already has these certifications they are not required to pay for them again. Description: Mini Mustangs Child Care Lab Year-long class Do you want an opportunity to hang out with children ages 6 weeks – 5 years old for an entire class period? If the answer is yes, then the Child Care Lab is the place for you! You’ll work with a variety of children and learn correct diapering, feeding, teaching, supervising and sanitation skills. This class prepares students for careers related to early childhood education. It is a great place to acquire hours toward your Child Development Associate (CDA)!

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Description: Let’s face it; you ARE going to move out or your parent’s house one day soon! Are you ready for all that requires? This fun & amazing class discusses all of those important things about being on your own that no one ever thought to tell you about. Go ahead, try to name just one other class where you get to spend a couple of weeks just talking about DATING, having guys and gals give each other tips on how to make themselves the more perfect date? Wouldn’t you rather know what’s possibly coming up in life than be surprised and have to live through the “Life of Hard Knocks?” How do you know when you’ve found “The One?” How can you guarantee yourself a life full of family, friends, fun, happiness, and success? Why don’t you come join us and find out?

Adult Roles & Responsibilities Course

8776

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

CTE Pathway: Clothing & Textiles Description: Clothing 1 This ain’t your grandma’s sewing class! Learn to make awesome one-of-a-kind projects like a pillowcase, track or tote bag, apron, pj pants or shorts, skirt, sweatshirt, running shirt, or hoodie! U of U PJs? Yes, please! Plus you’ll learn how to fix all of those rips, holes, and tears in your jeans and backpack!

Apparel Design & Production 1 Course

8725

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Fashion

Fees: $10- Sewing supplies, machine care Sports & Outdoor Product Design 1 Course

8728

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Description: Sports Sewing Think sewing is just for old ladies? NO WAY! With all of Utah’s recreational opportunities outdoor products are in high demand! Learn basic sewing construction skills & make great projects to take on your next adventure! Plus learn how to fix all of those rips, holes, and tears in your jeans & backpack.

Fashion

Fees: $10- Sewing supplies, machine care Fashion Design Studio Course

8730

Open to: 10th - 12th Credit: .5 CTE Fashion Fees: $5- Fabric file and supplies

Description: Does the Devil really wear Prada? You and your friends will find out in this class where we explore the business of fashion. You’ll learn all about fashion retailers, store displays, famous designers & careers in fashion. We’ll look at classic styles and discover why they’ve been around longer than MC Hammer Pants & why the grunge look is back in style! Remember in fashion, one day you’re in & the next you’re out!

Fashion Design Merchandising Course

8352

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Fashion

Apparel Design & Production 2 Course

8726

Open to:

10th - 12th

Description: Attention all you TRENDSETTERS & anyone who just wants to LOOK GOOD - this is THE class for you! Everything you’ll learn is centered on making you look your very best! Topics: current styles & trends, colors & shapes that look best you your individual body type, trends to stay away from, dressing to hide figure flaws, organizing & planning a wardrobe, & fashion history!

Credit: .5

CTE Fashion Prerequisite: Apparel Des 1 or Outdoor 1

Description: Clothing 2 Ready to make some cool, trendy items totally custom to you? We’re gonna kick up your skills a notch with basic tailoring, zippers, pleats, darts, gathers, & other impressive skills! Creativity is highly encouraged in projects that may include: toiletry or gym bag, customized skirt, harem pants, or a hoodie. Plus CHOICE PROJECTS like a prom dress, zip-up jacket, vest, button-up shirt, jersey, athletic apparel, etc. You’ll be hitting the fabric store more than once to find amazing fabrics for your creative projects.

Fees: $10- Sewing supplies, machine care Textile Design Entrepreneurship Course

8729

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .1

CTE Fashion Apparel Des 1 or Outdoor 1

Prerequisite:

Description: Designer Sewing Year-long class Dream of being a fashion designer. Learn to take an idea, turn it into a sketch, and then create the real garment with “Project Runway” competitions! Create your own brand & learn how to sell handmade items using Etsy & Instagram! You’ll also learn advanced skills in tailoring, alterations, pattern drafting and design. Ideal for students interested in fashion & Interior Design. Look forward to many trips to the fabric store for your creations! Participation in FCCLA will be required.

Fees: $10- Sewing supplies, machine care

CTE Pathway: Culinary Arts Foods and Nutrition 1 Course

8750

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Fees: $15 for Food

Culinary

Description: Is eating lunch the best part of your school day? We understand. Sign up for Foods 1 and you’ll be eating TWICE every other day while getting credit for doing it! As a bonus, you’ll have more to look forward to than just macaroni & cheese or PB & J when you move out on your own. Learn basic nutrition plus the ins and outs of how to cook and make food taste even more yummy!! We are now testing each student for a food handlers permit with an option to purchase and raise yourself to the top of the most wanted list for local food joints!

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CTE Pathway: Culinary Arts Foods and Nutrition 2 Course

8751

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5 CTE Prerequisite: Foods 1

Culinary

Description: Know your way around a wire whisk, rubber spatula, or frying pan? We dare you to take your cooking skills to the next level in Foods 2. Put on your chef’s hat and come learn how to cook, bake, and EAT all sorts of regional and ethnic cuisine. This class is perfect if you’re interested in pursuing a career in culinary arts, continuing on to ProStart, or even if you just REALLY like food!

Fees: $15 for Food ProStart 1/Culinary Arts 1 Course

8760

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 2

CTE

Culinary

Prerequisite: Foods 1 & 2 Fees: Total-$50: $20 for Food & supplies, $10 Food Handler's Permit*,$20 personalized chef coat*.

ProStart 2/Culinary Arts 2 Course 8761 Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: 2

CTE

Culinary

Prerequisite: Foods 1 & 2 Fees: Total-$50: $20 for Food and supplies $10 Food Handler's Permit*,$20 chef coat*.

Description: Café on the Corner Year-long class for 2 class periods Love to eat? Love to play with your food? Love to take money from teachers? Come with me and explore your inner chef. Not only is ProStart a STEM class and a national program, its delicious. What you make you eat. We create world cuisines and run a real restaurant in class! We compete just like on tv shows and travel! The moral of the story, always serve too much hot fudge sauce on hot fudge sundaes. It makes people overjoyed and puts them in your debt. (Unlike Accounting 2 we can teach you to cook the books and Italian… ) See you in ProStart! *If student already has a current Food Handler’s Permit and/or a chef coat from previous year, these fees are waived. Participation in FCCLA will be required.

Description: Café on the Corner Year-long class for 2 class periods Promises and Pie Crusts are made to be broken. Do you eat when you’re hungry, stressed, nervous, happy, tired, angry, over worked, overjoyed, etc.? We don’t care. We all eat and it would be a sad waste of an opportunity to have to eat badly. Continue in ProStart II by diving deeper into the restaurant world. Learn more, cook more, eat more… “People who love to eat are always the best people” – Julia Child. Ask not what you can do for your country… Ask what’s for lunch! Participation in FCCLA will be required. Participation in FCCLA is highly encouraged for advanced students to compete in STAR Events. *If student already has a current Food Handler’s Permit and/or a chef coat from previous year, these fees are waived. Participation in FCCLA will be required.

CTE Pathway: Interior Design Interior Design 1 Course

8777

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5 CTE Design Fees: $10-notebook, art supplies, samples

Description: Don’t miss out on the only class that teaches you how to take 3 colors of frosting to frost cookies in 12 different colors (which you get to eat, of course)! If you have a creative side just dying to get out, like to be somewhat crafty but not necessarily artistic, pay attention to detail, or just want to make your bedroom (or even your whole house) look better; then you will love Interior Design! Learn all about the Principles & Elements of Design, how to draw floor plans, and arrange furniture. Come learn how to make any house (or dorm room) your home!

CTE Pathway: Interior Design Interior Design 1010 Course 8778 Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .5

CTE

Design

Prerequisite: Interior Design 1 Fees: $10-Project supplies: portfolio dividers, notebook, art supplies, samples $ 40 SLCC registration and 5$/per credit

Description: Concurrent Enrollment SLCC Do you ever catch yourself watching HGTV or drooling over Ikea’s mini houses? This concurrent Enrollment class is meant to follow after taking Interior Design 1. You will become the designer while learning about fun stuff like accessories, fabrics, lighting, flooring, furniture and architectural details. Your portfolio will grow into something amazing that you can use to get into any design school, apply for scholarships, and help you build and decorate your dream home someday! If you choose, join FCCLA and enter the STAR Event for Interior Design. Herriman High has previously taken 1st and 2nd Place at State, qualifying to go to Nationals. Students may earn 3 college credits from SLCC for this class. Students receive a high school grade and credit, plus the same grade is recorded on their college transcript and credits from SLCC. Students must register at SLCC ($40) and pay the partial tuition cost for the class of $15.

Specialized Courses These courses will satisfy various credit requirements for graduation Advanced Studies Research Course

0200

Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .5

Elective Prerequisite: Counselor Approval Cheerleading/Song leading Course

7203

Open to:

10th - 12th

Description: Counselor approval/enrollment required The course is available to students who require additional study time during the school day because they are taking three or more AP and/or concurrent courses. The course grade will be based on attendance and study behavior in the Media Center. Please see your counselor to enroll in this class.

Description: Audition Course This course is designed for cheerleaders/song leaders who are selected according to school constitutions. After try-outs are completed and team rosters have been created, the coach will submit students' names for enrollment into Cheerleading.

Credit: 1 Elective Prerequisite: Audition/Coach Approval

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Specialized Courses Continued College Athletics Prep Course

7221

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

Elective

Drill Team Course Open to:

7204 10th - 12th

Credit: 1 Elective Prerequisite: Audition/Coach Approval Driver Education 02111Course Q1* Open to: 10th - 11th 02112Credit: .5 Elective Q2* 02113Schedule the quarter that Prerequisite: student turns 16 years old.

Description: The course will focus on academic eligibility, enhancing study and test taking skills, identifying academic as well as athletic weakness, developing training schedules, goal-setting, leadership, improving athletic and competitive skills and selfmarketing. This course will also cover in depth, the recruitment process, securing scholarships and other sources of funding for college. Description: Audition Course This course requires approval from the Drill Team coach. Once try-outs are completed and team rosters have been created, the coach will submit students' names for enrollment into Drill Team. This course is for those interested in promoting school spirit though performances in extra-curricular activities.

Description: This quarter course includes classroom instruction in Utah driver education laws and practices. Range and road driving time are an important part of this program. The successful completion of this course may lead to the acquisition of a Utah driver's license. The quarter course scheduled in conjunction with Driver Education, entitled Careers, offers instruction in life and career choices. Combined credit for both courses is .5 and registering for one course automatically places students in both courses. *Match quarter to schedule Driver Education to the quarter of student's 16th birthday.

Fees: Range Fee $95 Internship Course

02080

Open to: 11th - 12th Credit: .5 Elective Prerequisite: Internship Advisor Approval Internships are the Capstone to many CTE Pathways!

Latinos in Action Course 02220 Open to: 10th - 12th Credit: .1 Elective Prerequisite: Teacher Approval

Peer Leadership Team Course 61320 Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 1

Elective Application Process Prerequisite: Advisor Approval

Description: Internship Approval required and Counselor enrollment required Curious if your career choice is a good fit? Try an internship! Students will gain valuable work experience, interact with professionals, and explore career options while still in high school. Internships can be, but are not limited to, culinary arts, healthcare, business, and education. Students learn work place skills by attending bi-monthly seminars on subjects such as written and oral communication, ethics, team work, and soft skills.

Description: Application Required and Counselor enrollment required- Year-long commitment Latinos in Action is a year-long class committed to service-learning, as well as a leadership course that empowers students through cultural awareness, service, and a focus on excellence in education. We help students to be prepared for and committed to graduating from college. As part of this commitment, we travel twice a week to the nearby elementary schools and tutor children who are struggling in reading, mathematics and science.

Description: PLT Application Required Peer Leadership Team (P.L.T) is a service and leadership organization. Students are organized into teams of peer educators to provide the District’s Peer Refusal Skills Presentation (substance abuse, violence, and bullying prevention message) in elementary students in Herriman High School’s assigned area. P.L.T members are considered role models at Herriman, and work closely with CURE ambassadors and SBOs. Team members will be expected to maintain C’s or better in all classes, as well as having exemplary attendance and moral character. Outside service hours are required.

Fees: $5 for PLT attire/ t-shirt Peer Tutor Course

02071

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

Elective

Prerequisite:

Description: Peer tutoring is a fun and rewarding elective class where students are able to mentor fellow students who have limiting disabilities. Peer tutors are expected to be responsible positive role models for students and help them be academically and socially successful. Peer tutors will go to different general education classes as well as help students in special ed classes such as math, reading, and science. If you want to have fun and make a difference in others' lives, this is the class for you. This class requires consistent attendance and a personal commitment to be dependable. This class may be taken for the full year if desired. Most students love being a peer tutor and form special friendships.

Dependability & Compassion

Release Time Course

6011/6012

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: 0 Prerequisite: Parent Permission Sports Performance Course

7220

Open to:

10th - 12th

Credit: .5

Elective

Description: No Credit for this class This course is available for students taking religious study programs with parent permission. There in NO credit or grade available for these courses. Students taking Release time must schedule carefully to ensure that all graduation requirements are met.

Description: Coach Approval required This course requires approval and request for enrollment from team coaches. It is designed for team athletes for training in mental fitness, healthy lifestyles and athletics. Students will explore sports and athletic preparation, competition, and training.

Prerequisite: Coach Approval

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Specialized Courses Continued Student Aide Course Open to:

11th - 12th

Credit: .5

Elective

Description: Counselor will schedule This course is offered to students who wish to work as a student aide in the Counseling office, Attendance office, the Library or for a teacher. Students must have prior approval and complete a Student Aide form to be given to their school counselor. The counselor will schedule students into the course. Students may only aide for one teach each semester. Teachers may only have one aide for each period.

Prerequisite: Teacher/Office Approval Student Government Course

02050

Open to:

10th - 12th

Description: Advisor will submit names of elected Student Body Officers This course is offered to those students who are elected to student government office. The focus of the course is leadership training and school activity planning

Credit: 1 Elective Prerequisite: Advisor Approval Work Experience Course

0219

Open to:

12th

Credit: .5 Elective Prerequisite: Counselor Approval

Description: Counselor approval/enrollment required Work Experience provides students with an opportunity to gain exposure to a career area related to their academic work. Students must complete the requirements of submitting time-sheets, pay stubs and meeting minimum hourly requirements to obtain credit. Students must be in line to graduate with their class. This is a Pass or Fail grade. Please see your counselor for the Work Experience application.

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