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Course Catalog

Please be aware that course selections made now are commitments. Course changes in September will not be allowed easily because elective sections are limited, and teacher and class assignments are based upon the decisions you make now.
  • A humanities course is any subject that covers human beings and their culture.  Subjects may include English, Social Studies and Fine Arts.
  • STEM is an acronym for the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.  Through STEM, students develop key skills including: problem solving and creativity. Subjects may include Vocational: Career & Technical Education and Mathematics. 
  • A prerequisite is something that is required before you can take a class.  It can be an introductory course you need to have before taking a higher level course and/or a grade-level you must be in order to take a class.  For example, in order to take FRC601 AMERICAN REGIONAL CUISINES, you must have passed FFD201 or FFB301 AND be a 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student.  See your school counselor with questions. 
  • Unified indicates courses which students work in partnership with peers with special needs in a cooperative learning environment. Students develop interpersonal skills and friendships.
  • Courses with an A, E, T and/or U in the course description offer college credit.
  • Some classes require the purchase of textbooks, workbooks, calculators or other materials. All art classes require a studio fee ($4 – $160 typical range, depending upon class, materials, and scope of projects.) Financial assistance is available.